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Winston-Salem’s Robert Hall Secret Supper Society is not so secret — here’s why

Take your supper experience up a notch in an upscale atmosphere.

WStoday: woman singing infront of a crowd at Robert Hall during a supper event.

Get dressed up and enjoy a night of performances and great company at the supper events.

Photo by @AvenAngelPhotography via Robert Hall Secret Supper Society

Ready to elevate your dining experience in Winston-Salem? You’re in for a treat. The Secret Supper Society is for those craving for an exclusive experience. The events are hosted at Robert Hall, located on North Liberty Street in Industry Hill.

The group started in 2023 to create a space for the community to enjoy an upscale and elevated experience. There’s no catch, anyone can become a member of the society.

“The Robert Hall Secret Supper Society is really just to get people’s attention and for them to feel exclusive, even though anybody can join,” Christy Cox Spencer, proprietor of Robert Hall, told WStoday City Editor Kellina.

Events are planned every eight to 10 weeks. Each one includes unique performances, culinary arts created by local chefs, and handcrafted cocktails.

“I love to entertain, and I love to throw a party,” Spencer said. “It [Secret Supper Society] is meant to bring that concept of a supper club when you would dress up and you had something to look forward to.”

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“Pride & Prejudinner” was the Secret Supper Society’s first event of the year in collaboration with The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem.

Photo by Gwen Fletcher of Red Cardinal Studio via @roberthallwsnc

Members can opt for a basic ($25 per year) or premium membership ($50 per year) which includes sneak peeks of upcoming events, access to a network of tastemakers, and first dibs on tickets for premium members. Each experience includes a meal, one drink, entertainment, and access to a cash bar. In addition to annual memberships, members can purchase tickets to each event, which typically cost between $65 and $150.

Spencer said she’s looking forward to hosting a fundraising supper event on October 18 to support an organization near and dear to her heart.

“We’re going to pair up with Family Services on a casino royale night,” She said. “We’re going to raise money that night to help support the shelter that’s here in Winston-Salem for domestic violence.”

Members of the Secret Supper Society can invite anyone even if they don’t have the membership. Join the group to be part of the experience.

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