Seafood R’evolution features three, beautifully appointed private dining rooms including the Nikola Skrmeta Oyster Room, Boiling Room and Chef’s Office. All spaces are equipped with audio capabilities and large screen video monitors for meeting and lecture formats or to watch football games. Piped music is optional.
The Nikola Skrmeta Oyster Room, named for the Dalmatian Coast native who settled on the Gulf Coast to work in Mississippi’s emerging seafood industry, seats approximately 40 guests. Beautiful oyster plates are nestled into cypress shelving on the walls. By opening the sliding pocket doors to the Chef’s Office, an additional ten guests can be accommodated in the private dining area.
Whether entering or exiting, the Boiling Room is the focal point of the restaurant. With a design inspired by the gazebo-style boiling sheds of the Gulf Coast, this hexagon-shaped room with a pinnacled ceiling, seats approximately 30 guests. The windowed room offers outdoor ambience for casual, boiled or steamed seafood events, but with a splash of white tablecloths the room is transformed into dining elegance.
The private business quarters of chefs Folse and Tramonto are a most sought-after dining space. The Chef’s Office is filled with cookbooks, awards and trappings of a professional chef’s space, but also has a unique view into the 4,000-bottle wine cellar through the glass wall. The chef’s desk, which is flanked by red and white wine coolers, seats eight comfortably for board meetings, ladies’ luncheons or family gatherings.
Every event at Seafood R’evolution leaves guests with a lasting memory of the award-winning cuisine of Chef John Folse and Chef Rick Tramonto. Of course, restaurant buy-outs are offered to those wishing to host a larger party or celebration. A private dining menu is available or a custom menu can be designed. Once a menu is selected, Seafood R’evolution’s Director of Wine and Spirits will suggest the perfect wine pairing to complement the meal and the occasion.
For special event or banquet information, please contact Amanda Guizerix at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 601-853-3474.