In Good Company Social Hour with Todd Manley
Join us for our next In Good Company, a monthly social hour celebrating entrepreneurial local leaders held on a Tuesday each month.
This month, we welcome Todd Manley, founder, and owner of Mutiny Island Vodka. Join us for a thirst-quenching conversation with serial entrepreneur and Chef Todd Manley. Owner of 40 Strand Eatery, R.A.W, The Mill, Toast Diner, and Duke’s – five popular restaurants in Christiansted, Manley is also the co-founder of the award-winning Mutiny Island vodka. How does he run five restaurants, start a new brand and rehab the old Island Dairies in Sion Farm? Join the conversation and find out!
In Good Company is a series of conversations featuring local business leaders. These conversational meet-ups allow business owners to share their tips and ideas to guests, community members, and entrepreneurs. “In Good Company” meet-ups will feature local entrepreneurs and business owners.
About Our Guest:
Seeking an opportunity to give back to his adopted home of St. Croix, award-winning chef Todd Manley found an authentic ingredient true to the history of the island. Versatile and rich in history, breadfruit has a legacy that begins in Tahiti, had a role in the most famous Mutiny tale ever told, and ultimately fed the populations of the Caribbean. Todd found a kindred spirit in Double Gold Medal-winning distiller Chris Richeson, and they have for the first time ever distilled the precious ingredients of breadfruit and water, yielding a luxurious Island Vodka that takes you to the trade winds and blue waters of its island home.
Conceived on the island of St. Croix and perfected in the year of the hurricanes, Mutiny Island Vodka unleashes an unforgettable taste as distinctive as its Caribbean heritage.
Join us for a conversation and a toast to Todd!
About In Good Company:
The history of 2 Company Street, now Company House Hotel, has shown us that this property had been a business incubator as early as 1800s. Visiting professionals would stay here and advertise their services in the Avis, from dentists to piano tuners to early photographers.
Later on, this building was owned by the St. Croix Labor Union and housed the island’s first free newspaper. They were instrumental in making working conditions more equal for the black underclass of St. Croix.
This series is our way of continuing the tradition of empowering entrepreneurs and business owners and bringing them together in such a historic setting.Back To Blog