Dress up and dress down for our celebration to officially announce the opening of Orioles Nest Grill at the Orioles Nest #324 and to benefit the St. Augustine Wild Reserve.
All the local stars will be in attendance. Wear your best formal redneck wear. Think glitter and camo, T-shirt and tie, dress shirt and shorts, formal dress and work boots. You get idea. Dust off your tiara and head out to the nest to celebrate with us.
We will have a silent auction to benefit the *St. Augustine Wild Reserve. Items up for auction will include a Captain Morgan Mirror, Beer glasses, Passes for a private tour of the St. Augustine Wild Reserve, Dates with the Bartenders (including me), and more!
Free light appetizers. Sample the great new tastes from our kitchen...and then order more! One free glass of champagne per person to help us celebrate.
Costume contest for the best Redneck Glitz so be creative.
Enjoy the gala and auction...then stay and dance the night away when our DJ spins some great dance tunes.
Be the star that we know you are...dress up and dress down and help benefit a great cause!
*The St. Augustine Wild Reserve is a non-profit corporation created as a rescue center for unwanted exotic animals. Many individuals obtain an exotic pet, only to realize that the animal's wild nature doesn't fit into their life (or their household) as they expected. This is where we come in. The Reserve will take in unwanted exotic animals as an alternative to euthanasia. Some of the Reserve’s animals came from abusive homes. Two wolves were rescued when their owner was involved in a fatal auto accident. Many of our animals were confiscated by wildlife agencies from individuals who held these animals without proper state permits, or who starved their animals, maintaining them in inferior conditions. Five Arctic wolves and an African lion were received from Michael Jackson, who no longer wanted them at his ranch near Santa Barbara. The Founder of the Reserve, Deborah Warrick, has worked with exotic animals all of her life, having received extensive training at the Los Angeles Zoo. She has received her AA Degree, and B.S. Degree in Holistic Nutrition to better care for the animals’ nutritional needs. She earned her B.S. degree in Biology in 2011, graduating Magna Cum Laude