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Something spectacular is coming to the skies this summer. On Monday, August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will pass through the United States from Oregon down to South Carolina.

The last complete solar eclipse visible from the contiguous United States was in 1979. What
makes this eclipse even more special is that this is the first one since 1918 that will cross the
nation from the Pacific to the Atlantic coasts. It is exclusively crossing the United States and
will not be visible anywhere else in the world, making it truly The Great American Eclipse!

Here’s how you can get prepared to see the eclipse:
*Take the day off from work. Trust us, you won’t want to miss this eclipse!
*Pack the essentials: eclipse viewing glasses, sunscreen, cold drinks, snacks, and a
chair or blanket to sit on
*Stake out the best place to watch the eclipse from or make plans to attend an eclipse
viewing event at The Willcox!

Join us at The Willcox for one of nature’s most amazing natural phenomenon’s, the grandest spectacle in the sky – The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017. Reserve your spot at The Willcox and we’ll provide the eclipse viewing glasses, cooling towels and moon pie munchies. We’ll also have lots of solar cocktail offerings for you to enjoy throughout the day.

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Gather around our pool with us next Tuesday, May 23 at 6pm for an Argentine style BBQ dinner that will be served family style. You’ll have the opportunity to roam and interact with the chef as the meat is being prepared. Our Executive Chef, Regan, will also be speaking about the butcher, the different cuts of meat, how to cook them, and how to purchase them. It is a unique dinner that you will not want to miss!

What exactly is Argentine style BBQ?

Argentine style BBQ, otherwise known as “asado”, is meat that is slow cooked over coals or wood embers. The meat is usually seasoned with only salt and pepper prior to grilling with fresh sprigs of herbs tossed into the coals to add flavor. Savory sauces, like chimichurri, is added once the meat is ready to be served.

The beef that will be used from this event is locally bred and raised in Wagener, South Carolina. Antibiotic and hormone free, the cattle are fed only the finest grasses and legume alfalfa hay, as well as a variety of high-end horse feeds. The Black Angus beef is aged 28 days for a prime steak experience.

If you want to experience Argentine style BBQ at this unique dinner, please be sure to purchase your ticket today! We will be limiting this event to 40 guests.

We’ll see you poolside on Tuesday evening!
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