Feast of St. Martha Benefit For Stewpot

by Steven Doyle

The Grape chef-owner Brian “Abe Frohman” Luscher just sent out a message that he received a shipment of suckling pigs he will be smoking for this event. Suckling pigs, people! Call and reserve. It’s cheap, for a good cause and, well, suckling pigs abound.

Restaurateur and service veteran Luscher along with somm-wife Courtney of The Grape on Greenville celebrate the 2nd annual Feast of St. Martha, Thursday, July 28 – Saturday July 30.  More details on the jumpster:

Honoring St. Martha, the patron saint of servers and cooks, Chef Brian will feature a 3-course set menu nightly for $38 per person, $55 with wine pairings. $5 from each prix-fixe menu will benefit the Stewpot Alliance which was founded to support The Stewpot in downtown Dallas. The Stewpot prepares and serves three meals a day for more than 700 individuals, 365 days a year at the City of Dallas’ homeless assistance center’s Second Chance Café located inside The Bridge. 

“Each month, more than 1300 volunteers help The Stewpot and The Second Chance Café kitchen staff every day to dish up delicious and nutritious meals for clients of The Bridge,” says Luscher. “My wife Courtney and I have been involved with the annual Soup’s On! fundraiser for The Stewpot Alliance for a few years and we wanted to do something special in honor of those in the kitchen cooking and serving the meals.”

Reservations are recommended. Located at 2808 Greenville Avenue, The Grape is open for dinner nightly at 5:30pm and Sunday Brunch. For reservations call 214-828-1981 or visit the website. Complimentary valet parking always provided.


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3 responses to “Feast of St. Martha Benefit For Stewpot

  1. Chef sure doesn’t mind getting involved for a cause, does he?! Must be a busy guy! Sounds fun…

  2. mmm suckling piggy

  3. That’s a great Ferris Bueller reference! 🙂

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