Venue at the Corner

Peppercorn is a venue that welcomes groups for special occasions, dinners, receptions, and a variety of festivities. They’ve hosted annual Mardi Gras festivities, Artoberfest, and many special occasions; the place transforms beautifully, as the theme directs.

The meaning of peppercorn
The peppercorn was once such a rare spice that in the 15th century, explorers ventured to the Far East in search of it and other spices. A few types, white, green, and black, are available and derived from a berry. Another definition of peppercorn is the legal term for nominal or small payment.

Customized menus are available for a range of functions, from business meeting to social occasions, as casual or formal as one seeks. Select your caterer and connect with Peppercorn Venue owner, Joan Underwood, whose small business savvy and background in catering and multiple businesses makes her an experienced professional with whom everyone enjoys working. Joan owns Blue Dot Coffee (Pittsboro) and Courtyard Coffee and Soda Café (Siler City). Bridal or baby showers, workshops, and other events are ideal here, with the coffee shop nearby, places to shop and find gifts, and Artisan hub (also a catering option).

The flexibility of catering choices makes this historic location ideal. They can serve everything from beignets to barbecue, which guests and planners appreciate. Hometown band, Nu Blu, has also performed in this setting, with gorgeous natural light streaming through by day and pretty twinkle lights in the rustic courtyard, an excellent photo opportunity at intimate receptions.

Peppercorn, a venue welcoming all groups, is among historic buildings, murals, shops, and galleries, all around the corner.