WF Rotary Club Oyster & Seafood Dinner Drive-Thru: Oct. 24.

FROM WSJSTAFF REPORTS

The Wake Forest Rotary Club will host the first-ever Oyster & Seafood Dinner Drive-Thru in Wake Forest on Oct. 24.

Due to COVID-19, the Rotary Club’s Fourth Annual Oyster Roast has been converted into an oyster & seafood drive thru dinner event.

The menu will feature classics like fresh fried catfish, shrimp—fried or grilled, Louisiana gumbo and oysters — fried or steamed. Chicken tenders and fries will be available for the kids. 

All purchases are made in advance through our site with BetterUnite.com

Our seafood and oysters will be fresh.There will be a limited number of orders allowed to be purchased at the event through your phone.

The fundraiser will be a drive-thru event:

  • All orders will be processed in your car with touchless ordering and delivery—no walking into the event.
  • Drive-thru lines will be set up in front of the Forks Cafeteria, 339 Brooks St, Wake Forest on Oct. 24 from 5-8 p.m..
  • You will be able to select a pick up time during the ordering process to make life easier.  

If your allergic to shellfish or fish, we respectfully ask you to not consume shellfish.

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