The Katharine Celebrates Community with Monthly Dinner Series Chefs, brewers, farmers, and more “Keep it Local” with new collaboration! Beginning this August, The Katharine Brasserie & Bar will host monthly dinners celebrating local artisans, farmers, distillers, winemakers and guest chefs. This dinner series pays homage to Katharine Reynolds – the restaurant’s namesake – and her love of and devotion to her beloved community. To kick off the dinner series, Executive Chef Adam Barnett will host Winston-Salem’s own Wise Man Brewing for a collaborative dinner on Thursday, August 16 at 6:30pm. The intimate dinner will be held on The Katharine’s newly refurbished outdoor patio, offering guests four courses showcasing Chef Barnett’s classic French cuisine, carefully curated to complement the flavors of each course’s beer pairing. Limited seating is available; $65 tickets may be purchased here. On Wednesday, September 19th, Chef Barnett will welcome Hoots Beer Company for the second installment of the dinner series. Once again, Chef Barnett will highlight this award-winning local brewery by pairing each dish with a Hoots’ beer selection. Tickets for this event will be available soon! On October 11th, The Katharine will host one of the country’s finest lamb producers, Craig Rogers of Border Springs Farm, for a fall feast in the dining room. Border Springs, located just 10 miles from the North Carolina border in Patrick Springs, Virginia, is a family-owned farm producing natural lamb, which has received national praise by chefs and media alike. Chef Barnett will work closely with Rogers to create a memorable four-course menu showcasing the farm’s award-winning lamb. In addition, each dish will be paired with a wine from New Zealand’s Craggy Range Vineyards. Stay tuned for tickets to this intimate wine-paired dinner. Follow along on Instagram @katharinebrasserie or on Facebook for updates on other upcoming dinners and events.