October 2017



The Blind Pig introduces Part 4 of our community supported Hip Hop series- a collaborative pop up inspired and based on the Beastie Boys 'Licensed to Ill' album released in 1986- which became the first rap LP to top the billboard music charts. Join chefs Joe Marple, Kyle Mcknight of Fullsteam Brewing, Dean Orr, Steve Goff of Brinehaus Meat + Provisions, Sam Etheridge of Ambrozia Bar + Bistro and introducing chef Chris Cox of The Montford Pull Up for this special tasting menu on Sunday, October 8th, 2017. 

Supporting: http://ashevillemusicprofessionals.com

The mission of Asheville Music Professionals is advocacy, education, connection  and collaboration. 

  The committee’s four areas of focus are craft, business, production, and software. It intends to elevate our music community by providing resources for everyone to sharpen existing skills and to learn new ones.

Where: Asheville

When: 5PM, Sunday, October 8th, 2017

Tickets: $65 General Admission

Where: Asheville

When: 5PM, Sunday, October 29th, 2017

Tickets: $65 General Admission


Barbara and Adam Maitland have decided to spend their vacation decorating their idyllic Connecticut country home once more and allowing us to cook for their very special dinner party.

Won't you join us?

The Blind Pig Supper Club brings you the brilliantly bizarre, creepy, macabre and fun of a Halloween celebration event inspired by the 1988 Tim Burton film 'Beetlejuice' and supporting Invest Collegiate Charter School of Asheville.

Featuring chefs Sarah Cousler, Jill Wasilewski, Cody Boyer & Mike Moore

Supporting: http://www.icimagine.org/

IC Imagine will provide a K-12 educational environment grounded in a comprehensive liberal arts program which includes an appreciation and demonstration of the relationship between expectation and excellence. Beginning in Kindergarten, students will develop an understanding of their role in their own education through the curriculum outlined in The Leader in Me by Stephen Covey. The entire school community will utilize this model to develop individual educational ownership and leadership by investing in each individual’s potential for greatness.