One of the Architecture and Design Exchange’s most popular programs is Appetite for Architecture, a look at the intersection of the culinary and architectural worlds.

On May 14, AD EX invites you to join us for an Appetite for Architecture program at Rapscallion,  the neighborhood bistro on Lowest Greenville where Chef Nathan Tate presents his takes on “Old Timey” Southern classics. We’ll gather at 5:00 p.m. for drinks and appetizers. Then, at 5:20 p.m., Rapscallion owner Brooks Anderson and architects Kelly Mitchell, AIA and Sean Garman, AIA of Mitchell Garman Architects will have a brief conversation about their inspirations and processes in designing the restaurant and bar space. After our program ends around 6:00 p.m., we hope you’ll stay for additional discussion…and even make a dinner reservation.

Your registration pays for two drinks from a selection of “old school” cocktails, wine, and beer. We’ll also have some appetizers to share. Proceeds from the evening benefit AD EX programming, including the exhibitions at our new Republic Center home and our K-12 student programs. 

Parking is available behind the adjacent Trader Joe’s (free for 90 minutes), and complimentary valet parking is available in front of Rapscallion.