Cocktails & Spice: The Caribbean Brunch Experience

Norfolk, VA, USA

TP
11 reviews
Nov 8, 2020
Group size: 1 - 20
Cocktails & Spice: The Caribbean Brunch Experience
Norfolk, VA, USA

11 reviews

Nov 8, 2020
Group size: 1 - 20

About this trip

*** Please Note: This is not a trip/tour.  This is a public, in-person event. ***


Cocktails & Spice is a spirit tasting/education and food pairing series.  Enjoy small plates prepared by a local Chef and three custom cocktails created by a spirit brand.  Entertainment will be provided by a local DJ.  Each event will be limited to 20 people to allow for a more intimate experience. 



Details About This Event

Enjoy a Caribbean inspired brunch and cocktail tasting.  Your purchase includes three small plates and three cocktails. 


** Please Note: Seafood may be served in one or more of the dishes. 


Event Date: Sunday, November 8, 2020

Event Location: Gather (Downtown Norfolk)

Event Address: 500 East Main Street (16th Floor), Norfolk, VA 23510

Event Start Time: 11:00 A.M.

Event End Time: 1:00 P.M.



Event Theme: Caribbean Brunch

Feature Spirit: Rum

Featured Chef: Chef Morris Scott

Chef Catering Company: Casamos Personal Chef Services

Chef Background: Chef Morris Scott, a 27-year Army/Navy veteran, started his professional culinary education at the Art Institute of Atlanta in 2001. In 2019, he graduated Magna Cum Laude from Stratford University with a bachelor’s in hospitality management and minor in kitchen management. 

The creation of Casamos Personal Chef Services came in 2004 while working with a corporate dining service company and seeing the need for variety, personal customer service and unique foods to meet unique palettes. The word “Casamos” is Spanish for “we got married” representing the marrying of the different cultures and foods in his dishes that have been introduced during his military journey and professional career.

Cancellation Policy

All payments are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to another trip/tour/event or another person.  

Terms and Conditions

Marable Enterprises DBA The Pack Roadtrip Travel Club hereby gives notice that The Pack Roadtrip Travel Club does not own or operate any motorcoaches, cruise lines, banquet or catering facilities, hotels or attractions and that all arrangements made for transportation, accommodations, cruises, sightseeing, attractions, meals, etc., are made by us solely as AGENTS upon the express condition that we shall be not liable for any injury, death, accident, loss, damage, delay, or irregularity which may occur either by reason of defect in any vehicle or through the acts of default of any person or company engaged in transporting the passengers or in carrying out the arrangements of the tour. Any delay in pickup time is not grounds for cancellation. The Pack Roadtrip Travel Club will not be responsible for the theft, loss, or damage of baggage and personal property.


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Contact Us

If you have questions, please contact us at (757) 805-5759.

 

What’s included

  • Drink
    Three Cocktails
  • Food
    Three Small Plates

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Reviews

For $200, I excited to finally see the ponies crossing the river, but didn't find out until I was on the boat that it had been canceled this year. Only a few horses grazing on the bank. I was disappointed that the Crab feast served menu items only one at a time in small boats. I purchased the "pineapple" drink the DJ repeatedly advertised. I was surprised that the one drink was $30!! For that price, I expected one of those large obnoxious drinks that could be shared. But it turned out to be a pineapple "pina colada" for one. Worse, for dramatic effect, they served the shot of alcohol separately in huge syringe! When I tried to add the alcohol, it couldn't penetrate the thick liquid already in the cup, so the drink immediately overflowed spilling all of the shot onto the table. When I complained to the waitress, she was informed by the bartender that it was not their fault, meaning I was charged $30 for a virgin drink. One of the other diners asked to see the manager. The manager repeated that it wasn't their fault that the drink did not absorbed the side shot. Furthermore, she asked the where about of the syringe 3 times--which was obviously more important than the visible puddle of alcohol on the table--to which she was informed 3 times, by myself and other diners, that the busboy took it with the table scraps. I told her that for $30, I should not have had to mix my own drink, otherwise there should have been room left in the glass for the extra liquid. Finally, she brought me another shot of "something" but in a glass. Lastly, after an exhausting day, I had the privilege of sitting directly in front of the only loud talkers on the bus, whose disregard for the comfort other passengers. When they began to sing, another passenger loudly cleared her throat. They laughed and exchanged tales stretching from their relatives to what kind of pornograpy they liked (LITERALLY!!). Otherwise, it was just good to get out.
By Melanie J for 2021 Summer Getaway Assateague Island & The Crab Place Feast Bus Trip on 02 Aug, 2021
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I just wanted to try something different. I didn’t know what to expect. What are the venues going to be like? Who are the other travelers? (We’ll be stuck together ALL DAY.) Hands down… I was not disappointed. Our trip was worth the money spent. Good food, good people and great vibes!
By Sharise D for 2021 Summer Getaway Assateague Island & The Crab Place Feast Bus Trip on 01 Aug, 2021
Great trip! I learned about Harriet Tubman's early life experiences that prepared her to be a successful conductor on the underground railroad. I also learned that living on the water and there being so much marsh land, the slaves had a different experience than those who lived further south and inland and learned a different skill set. After emancipation, they used those skills to build a thriving community with a school, hospital, businesses, and owned their own land and homes. Then there is the sad, too often repeated, story of how it was taken from them. There are two museums - one sponsored my the community and the other by the National Parks Commission. Both are worth visiting. After the history lesson, there was the crab feast which also featured chicken, hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, Cole slaw, and baked beans. Alex, Lisa, and extended family members were personable and hospitable. Alex and Lisa have grown up and lived In the Cambridge area all their lives and it is quite evident that they are proud of its history. I have eagerly told my friends about this trip and three immediately tried to register for the August trip, but there was only seat left! I plan to go again because it it too much to absorb in one trip and I want to take my granddaughter.
By LYDIA A for Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Experience Bus Tour & Crab Feast on 09 Jul, 2021
Great trip and host. I learned so much on the tour. Everyone traveling was friendly and courteous. The bus driver was great. Helped me off and on the bus each time and was pleasant. Not enough leg room for the bus when sitting upright. I had to swing my legs in aisle to be comfortable. Andrea was great. Otherwise crab feast was just awesome and the place we had it at were so nice. Food was good. Would recommend trip.
By Patricia P for Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Experience Bus Tour & Crab Feast on 06 Jul, 2021
Awesome experience!!! Educational destination, great company and delicious food.
By Dellareese T for Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Experience Bus Tour & Crab Feast on 06 Jul, 2021
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