Meredith students were able to get a behind the scenes look at the Angus Barn, one of Raleigh’s most prominent restaurants, during a recent site visit.
Senior Manager Jill Highsmith introduced Hospitality and Tourism students to the head butcher at the Angus Barn, who showed the group what it takes to prepare their signature aged steaks that are perfectly grilled and served to almost 20,000 patrons every month.
“Thank you Jill for ‘showing us the beef’,” said Program Director Michael Altman. “We loved the tour of the Barn, including the fabulous Pavilion event space and very much appreciated you sharing stories from your wonderful career in hospitality!”
Meredith students also learned about the Walk for Hope event to raise funds and awareness about mental health, and helped to promote the event on Meredith’s campus. The Walk for Hope is held on the Angus Barn property.