This networking happy hour designed to bring together Black Entrepreneurs who are starting & growing their businesses. This is an event for Black Entrepreneurs ACTIVE in the community or looking to become more active, those wanting to become Entrepreneurs, & Investors & professionals looking to support the community.
Come ready to network & potentially help your fellow entrepreneur!
Our culture is our strongest asset, & we have a give first mindset.
We should be here to help each other, & that can happenin 3 ways:
1. Helping each other with valuable warm introductions to move our businesses forward
2. Giving advice on problems that we are currently facing & how to overcome them
3.Giving encouragement & support for others to progress & grow
About Solomon & Kuff Rum Hall
Our establishment derives its name from the extraordinary life odyssey of the 18th century, native-born enslaved African, Venture Smith. At only 10 years old, he was captured & sold for 4 gallons of rum & a piece of calico cloth. Through hard work & thrift, Smith purchased not only his own freedom, but that of his family, & went on to become a successful landowner & entrepreneur. Solomon & Kuff were Smith's sons.
The bar boasts over 100 international rums spanning Authentic Caribbean Rums, Agricole Rhums, Cachacas, & American rums, along with artisanal cocktails & craft beers on tap. Karl Franz, the mixologist for the space, has added his own unique twist on classic rum cocktails such as the Dark & Stormy with house-made Ginger Beer, Daiquiri & Rum Punch, by utilizing traditional Caribbean flavors in unexpected ways. Some other standouts include The Hedonist with Gentian, cane syrup, lemon juice, Orgeat, Barbancourt rum, creole bitters, curry & ginger beer; Venture's Punch mixing Agricole, Jamaican Overproof, lime, bitters & nutmeg; & My Mother Ruined my Tonic - Ford's Gin, Agricole, Bay, Sage, Mango, Lime, & Tonic.
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