Remember when we told you a few months ago that Woody Harrelson is now a co-owner of the Inn at the Black Olive? At the time, we fantasized about hanging out with the guy, and now’s our — and your — chance! He and his co-owner are having a dinner on July 27 to benefit Great Kids’ Farm. See the details, below! – The Eds.
From Citybizlist – At The Inn at the Black Olive, corporate social responsibility comes in a “benefit corporation model” — where putting people before profits feels good, is earth friendly — and tastes great. On July 27 at 6:00pm, the eco-friendly, all-suite, Inner-Harbor view property with ultra-organic menus will be the site of a charity event dinner to benefit Great Kids Farm. It’s a chance to enjoy inventive and healthful fresh food and wine, and support entrepreneurship with a social mission.
Woody Harrelson and Jack Dwyer are 50/50 partners in the Fells Point property they acquired earlier this year. The two were individually drawn to the property’s organic amenities, exceptional food, and service. Spiliadis and associates established Blue Zone Hospitality to operate the property’s three lifestyle brands: The Olive Room, Inn at the Black Olive, and the Agora Market.
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