Thursday, November 15, 2007

Park Place on Main Welcomes the Season for Giving with a Winter White Party

As the frosty month of December approaches, Park Place on Main is mixing cuisine and white hot fashion with an event to warm the heart on Thursday, December 6 at 7 p.m. The dress code is swanky white dress and proceeds will benefit the Home of the Innocents, which helps thousands of families and children in crisis each year. The event costs $50 per person and includes cocktails and food stations. Tax and gratuity are additional. Space is limited for this special event and reservations are required. To save a seat, call (502) 515-0172.

Chef Jay Denham has created several inventive stations for this winter event. Taste a variety of marinated meats cooked to perfection on large heated stones at the Hot Rocks Station. Chef Denham’s “Clay Pigeon Station”, squab cooked in a clay casing and then broken right before serving, is a fun and unique treat. Other stations include salad, festive eggnog cocktails and desserts. A special station will also be designated for guests to donate extra funds or gifts to the Home of the Innocents.

The Home of the Innocents was founded in 1880 to meet the needs of young, underprivileged children. Over the years the Home has grown and expanded to meet the changing needs of more than 2,500 children and families in crisis. For more information, visit

Park Place on Main is located at Slugger Field at 401 East Main Street. Hours of operation are Tuesday through Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m. and then until 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. For more information or reservations, call (502) 515-0172 or visit

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