February 20, 2019
The Clay Center
Tickets are $100 each
Two for $175
This February, Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha & Putnam gives you the chance to escape the cold and dine with one of the state’s finest gourmet restaurants. As we’ve done in the past, we’re bringing one of the West Virginia’s most talked about restaurants to Charleston. This year we’ve chosen to host The Station from Fayetteville at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences.
Many people have a growing interest in knowing where their food comes from and how it is produced. That is why this year – Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha & Putnam is bringing The Station to Charleston.
Three friends whose common love for the West Virginia farm to table movement came together to form The Station restaurant in Fayettevile. Their goal: to build a restaurant that serves and educates its customers about local, seasonal food and beverages.
The Station is known for incorporating seasonal produce in its dishes. Like Habitat, The Station’s owners are committed to helping the community in which they live and work. By supporting local farmers, The Station works to boost Fayette County’s local economy – which means that more West Virginia communities thrive. Everyone can agree that this allows our friends, our neighbors, and ourselves to enjoy a comfortable and happy life.
Now it’s your chance to experience The Station.
The Grand Lobby of The Clay Center will fill with food, music and members of our community as we showcase its veteran chef’s creations for you to enjoy. The evening will feature several popular dishes, wine and spirits, as well as a signature cocktail.
Tickets are $100, or two for $175.