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What’s Happening Charleston: March 2017

What’s Happening Charleston: March 2017

The Charleston Wine and Food Festival returns

Meet chef John Currence during his Big Bad Breakfast.

Events

Charleston Wine + Food Festival Fringe Events: Close to 100 official events are scheduled during the annual Charleston Wine + Food Festival, some of which are already sold out. Here are our highlights:

Thursday, March 2

  • SloCuts 4 returns to Elliotborough Mini Bar from 5 to 9 p.m. with Burger Supreme and Unknown Brewing Co. Those interested in going can pre-order a burger combo.
  • Williams-Sonoma has invited chefs from all over the country to come to their Charleston store for a special tasting event. Chefs Gavin Kaysen, Ashley Christensen, Joshua McFadden, and Matt Bolus will be at the store from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The event is free to attend but reservations are recommended.
  • Matt Lee will be sharing more about his most recent project, Princess Pamela’s Soul Food Cookbook, at Blue Bicycle Books. The event starts at 5:30 p.m. and includes small bites.
  • Matt Licklider of LIOCO Wines will be spinning records while he pours delicious wines at Stems & Skins starting at 9 p.m. Enough said.
  • Home Team BBQ will host a late-night Wings & Rosé Happy Hour featuring rosé from Wölffer Estate Vineyards starting at 9:30 p.m. Guest bartender Freddy Schwenk will be making $5 cocktails and there is a $10 wings/rosé special.

Friday, March 3

  • Best Friends Lounge at the Mills House Hotel will host a Brown Water Pop-Up with Chattanooga Whiskey from 5 to 7 p.m. Bar food and snacks will be provided. If you have not gone to see what bartender Roger Gelis is up to, this is your chance.
  • Chef John Currence is getting some of his friends together to offer a special late night Big Bad Breakfast Pop-Up at Variety Store. Proceeds from the dinner benefit Currence’s Move Up Foundation along with Lowcountry Street Grocery, and tickets are $50.
  • Immediately following the BBB Pop-Up, BevCon will continue the party downstairs at Salty Mike’s starting at 11 p.m. Bartenders Jayce McConnell from Edmund’s Oast, Meghan Deschaine, Jerry Slater from Atlanta, and Gary Crunkleton from The Crunkleton will be making specialty drinks, offered along with a special beer and wine menu. Entrance is $10 and provides bites by Chefs Chris Stewart from The Glass Onion, John Tesar from Dallas’ Knife, and Rebecca Masson from Houston’s Fluff Bake Bar. All proceeds benefit Move Up and Lowcountry Street Grocery.

Saturday, March 4

  • Effinbradio will host a Straight Outta Comté Trivia Night at goat.sheep.cow.north starting at 6 p.m. with McCarus Beverage Company.
  • The Faculty Lounge will welcome Jayce McConnell from Edmund’s Oast and Miles Macquarrie from Kimball House for a special “Let’s Go Crazy” party starting at 10 p.m. Smith Street Pizza will serve pies for those who are hungry.
  • Maneet Chauhan from Nashville’s Chauhan Ale & Masala House will be at Butcher & Bee for a special night offering an a la carte menu.

American Classics at Cypress: Craving a chicken pot pie, chicken and dumplings, or roast prime rib? Then head to Cypress every Monday to celebrate American Classics each week with a special menu. The menu is available from 5 to 7 p.m., and prices range from $8 to $20.

Tacos & Tequila at Home Team BBQ: As a way to raise significant funds for Hogs for the Cause, Home Team BBQ has launched a month-long campaign — Tacos and Tequila. There will be a special taco and cocktail to order all month at any of the Charleston locations, as well as a weekly guest chef who will create a special taco for the downtown location. Each Tuesday at 9 p.m. there will be a special pop-up with the featured chef and a guest bartender.

Oyster Wine Pairing Social: Mercantile & Mash will host an Oyster Wine Pairing Social on Wednesday, March 8 from 6 to 7 p.m. Enjoy four wines paired with oysters for $25 per person.

Divine Art & Wine Night: On March 11, Twenty Six Divine will host a special night with Laura De La Maza of Art & Soul. Guests will create their own pieces of art while enjoying wines and paired bites. The $49 fee includes art supplies, food, and wine.

Frank Lee in the Kitchen at Edmund’s Oast: Beloved Chef Frank Lee will join Reid Henninger at Edmund’s Oast in the kitchen for one night on Thursday, March 16 to offer a special menu. Lee has been a big inspiration to Reid and several of his cooks, and Edmund’s Oast wanted to pay tribute to his culinary contributions. The menu will feature some classic dishes Lee is best known for, including those featured in his new book, The SNOB Experience.

Openings

The Granary: Chef Brannon Florie has reopened his popular Mt. Pleasant restaurant — The Granary — in a new location on Coleman Boulevard. The bright, open restaurant features an extensive raw bar and 50-seat bar. Roderick Weaver has joined the team as beverage manager and The Indigo Road has added the restaurant to its extensive portfolio.

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Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


Charleston In June

Charleston is hot in June, with tourist activity shifting toward the sea islands north and south of the city. Although the event calendar is beginning to wind down for the summer, there are still several big festivals on this month.

June&rsquos major events are the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals, running concurrently from late May through mid June, with events and performances on across the city. These festivals draw enormous crowds to the city, so book well ahead of time if you are visiting during this period.

Other June festivals include the Charleston Carifest and Juneteenth celebrations, and there are several outdoor summer music and dancing events on too throughout the month.

! Event dates, venue and other details can change at short notice. Please check all information at the official website before making plans to attend an event.


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