Manners and Mimosas Hosted by Eating With Erica

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When Erica Key from Eating With Erica talked about hosting her very own etiquette class I said, “Sign me up!”. We could all use more tips on how to present ourselves better to others and being an entrepreneur myself, I relish in the opportunities to learn more on how I can stand out among everyone else.

Erica put together Manners and Mimosas on Sunday, April 12th at Tin Can Fish House in Sandy Springs. For $35 guests enjoyed a 3-course meal, 2 mimosas or bloody mary’s and heard tips and tricks from guest speakers Melissa D. White, Marketing and Social Media Expert and Lizette C. Leanza, Etiquette Coach and Certified Wine Specialist. Etiquette lessons while eating and sipping on mimosas, sounded like the perfect Sunday afternoon.

Tawana Carter owner of Premium Society Public Relations and Erica Key of Eating With Erica


I brought my good friend Tawana Carter owner of Premium Society Public Relations along with me.

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We were hosted in a private area at Tin Can where it was perfect to network with others. I really enjoyed that we all had an opportunity to stand up, introduce ourselves and talk about what we do. You just never know, sometimes there’s someone in the room that you can connect with.

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Me with Jessica Pratas of Good Eats Mundial


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How cute were Erica’s menu?!! 🙂

We were also given a gift bag with a gift certificate to Tin Can and a personalized wine glass.

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Lobster Bisque


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Shrimp and Crab Cake Benedict with Home Fries


Read about my other experience at Tin Can here.

Until next time…happy eating!! xoxo -Milla

*Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post. Brunch was provided by Tin Can Fish House and Eating With Erica. In no way did this influence my opinions and views, which are 100% honest and derived from my own personal experience.

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