The Gibbes Museum will host the sixth annual Gibbes on the Street party in the spirit of La Belle Époque, a period in French history between the 1870’s and World War I characterized by optimism, prosperity, peace, and an enthusiasm for the fine arts. The Gibbes Beaux-Arts building, completed during this period, will serve as the backdrop for this celebration … Read More

New South Family Dinner

Chef Frank Lee and Gerald Henderson. Photo by Charleston Magazine Sunday, April 12th Summerland Farm | Cartersville, GA Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison, co-chefs and owners of some of Atlanta’s most distinguished restaurants including Bacchanalia and Abattoir, will host the annual New South Family Supper on Sunday, April 12th in Cartersville, Georgia.  The dinner benefits the Southern Foodways Alliance, an organization that documents, … Read More

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Maverick Employee Appreciation Party 2015

We had a fabulous time at our annual Employee Appreciation Party this past Sunday at Founder’s Hall at Charlestowne Landing! One day each year, all Maverick Southern Kitchens locations close and we throw a costume party bash and relay race to celebrate and thank our staffs for another successful year. This year’s theme was Famous Americans! Big thanks to Auto … Read More


Growfood Carolina Charleston Gold Rice Celebration

  Everything is CHARLESTON GOLD at this party! On February 6th from 6-9 p.m., Growfood Carolina will include a program with experts, historians, writers, farmers, researchers and of course, chefs, highlighting why rice is such an important part of our local culture. Growfood will take you on a Charleston Gold journey from the history of rice in the Lowcountry, to … Read More


Best of Charleston 2015

Slightly North of Broad and High Cotton are proud to be nominated for this year’s Charleston City Paper “Best of Charleston” awards! Slightly North of Broad has been nominated for “Best Shrimp & Grits” and High Cotton has been nominated for “Best Steak”. Please visit before February 17th to vote!  

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Limehouse Citrus Celebration

Limehouse Produce is hosting the 2nd annual Citrus Celebration in honor of this delightful array of fruits. Products like grapefruit, tangerines, Meyer lemons, blood oranges, satsumas, and more are available for pastry chefs and beverage professionals to create unique and inspired concepts.    From now through Friday, February 20th, the public can visit to vote for their favorite dishes. … Read More


A Holiday Toast + Tribute to Nathalie Dupree

BB&T Charleston Wine + Foodand Slightly North of Broad are honored to pay tribute to Southern Grand Dame Nathalie Dupree, cookbook author, writer, and advocate at a very special five-course dinner with wine pairings on Wednesday, December 10th at 6:00pm. Nathalie is the Founding Chairman of BB&T Charleston Wine & Food, award winning author, TV host, and so much more. … Read More


Chefs Frank Lee & Nico Romo: Predator & Prey Dinner

Are you looking for a dinner to really sink your teeth into? Maverick’s own Chef Frank Lee and Fish Restaurant‘s Chef Nico Romo are hosting a five-course dinner with wine pairings on November 1st at 6pm. The event will take place on the second floor of Fish. A portion of the proceeds will benefit ocean research conducted to measure the … Read More

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Chef Frank Lee Featured in Le Creuset’s Guest Chef Series

Chef Frank Lee brought his Farm-to-Table culinary style to Le Creuset’s L’Atelier Wednesday, August 20th for a sold-out cooking demonstration. Joined by Trident Technical College‘s culinary instructors Chef Kevin Mitchell and Chef Joe Branton, Chef Lee offered a locally sourced five-course meal of roast crookneck squash, sauteed shrimp, grilled corn, heirloom tomato salad, white acre peas with okra, baked chicken thighs with chanterelles and … Read More

Top: Heirloom Tomato Salad, Left: Vine Ripe Collins , Right: Garden In A Glass

Limehouse Produce Kicks Off 2014 Heirloom Tomato Trek

Limehouse Produce has kicked off the 2014 Heirloom Tomato Trek which runs through July 12th! For the next few weeks High Cotton, Slightly North of Broad and the Old Village Post House will be serving up their delicious concoctions which will showcase local varietals. Be sure to take a photo and submit it on Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag … Read More