Women in Peanut Leadership

Beech Street GrillMark your calendars to attend the Women in Peanut Leadership luncheon scheduled for Wednesday, June 14 from 12:30-2 p.m.  at the Beech Street Grill in Fernandia Beach. Registration cost includes lunch. Bring your business cards and be ready to network with fellow women from across the peanut industry.

Beech Street Grill
801 S. 8th Street
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

wipl banner 2023The Beech Street Grill (BSG) offers a unique menu featuring upscale southern cuisine with eclectic flares. Like its dynamic neighborhood, Beech Street Grill changes with the seasons. Using fresh ingredients that reflect the abundance from local farms, fields and waterways, the culinary team blends classic and innovative approaches for an unforgettable experience. The menu is accompanied by a tightly curated wine and cocktail list. We believe that good food and great people make a fantastic meal. 

BSG is housed within The William Bell House, sometimes referred to as the “The Grande Dame of Beech Street”. It was built by Captain William Bell in 1889 as a wedding gift for his bride. William and his identical twin brother, James, were both successful river pilots who moved to Fernandina after the Civil War. The brothers both invested heavily in real estate, constructing several notable homes on the island.

The Bell House is noteworthy for its bay windows and two-story verandahs ornamented with Chippendale style balustrades. Marble mantels and fireplace facades imported from Italy, England and Belgium remain in the estate today. Each space has been meticulously restored to create a modern twist on a historic backdrop, while bringing together the best of the old and new through atmosphere and design.  

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Event Information

Event Date June 14, 2023 12:30 pm
Individual Price $75.00

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