AT YOUR DINNER TABLE
Let's get acquainted
Meet The Chef
Chef Vince Dodson
I have been a chef for 20+ years trained the European Way. I believe having been trained by the right chefs at the right time in my life has had such an impact on my career. From handmade breads all the way to the chocolates. Being a private chef is a venture I started about five years ago and I am having the time of my life. It gives me a chance to express everything that I've learned from the history and taste of French and Italian cuisine. My only wish: To cook for you and the ones closest to you.
Chef Vince Dodson
Saturday Farmers Market
Located at 200 S. Main St, Summerville, SC 29483
Saturdays from 8am - 1pm
Located at Hutchinson Square, Summerville, SC 29483
Monthly Third Thursdays from 6pm - 8:30pm
Dinner Service Menu
Located at "Chick Inn on Main"
814 S. Main St, Summerville, SC 29483 (Reservation only)
As professional musicians, Lowcountry Pianist & Company LLC often partners with Chef Vince to enhance intimate dining experiences by providing live music services. Their creative team is able to go "above and beyond," even pairing the music style with the menu (for example, an Italian 5-course dinner with piano solos and an opera aria between each course). Learn more and listen to their team at www.lowcountrypianist.com.
If anyone is looking for a private chef/catering let me highly recommend Historical Dining - Personal Chef. Our anniversary gift took crazy planning and was a logistical nightmare for all, but Vince Dodson stood behind and encouraged my fantasy. My idea seemed easy enough: a romantic dinner for two... on a deserted island. With some help from some VERY generous friends, we were all able to make it happen. Did I mention that Chef Vince had to prepare everything in advance and cook it on a propane stove. All of the tables, linens, tableware, etc. needed to be taken by boat and set up before my wife and I arrived. No problem! The company was fantastic and the food was to die for! Everyone went well above and beyond what we could have hoped. It was definitely an anniversary Debbie Lay Weiss and I won't forget.
Todd Weiss, Charleston