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Ladles Soup Expansion; This Plate Matters Dinner Series

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EXPANSION ALERT Ladles, a popular local chain serving homemade soups, will soon be expanding to the Citadel Mall. The restaurant also announced they're also opening locations in Cane Bay and on Calhoun Street. [Holy City Sinner]

EVENTWIRE From her quotable quips to her French cuisine demonstrations, a celebration of Julia Child's birthday will be hosted at The Glass Onion with a prix fixe dinner on August 15. Southern influences on French classics can be found on the menu; choices will include items such as a frisée salad with pig ears and lardons, NC bison bourguignon, or scallops à la Parisienne. The three course meal will be $40 with an optional $20 wine pairing. Reservations should be made in advance by calling 843.225.1717. [EaterWire]

EVENTWIRE The Preservation Society pairs with big names in the kitchen to present their This Plate Matters series. The organization hopes to raise awareness of crumbling historic sites in the area by hosting three dinners in various abandoned spaces, which will be transformed by interior designers for the events. The first dinner is on July 30, and Tara Derr Webb, owner of The Farmbar, will be plating her courses in the old Trolley Barn on Meeting Street. Callie Morey, of Callie's Biscuits, will be at a Cigar Factory dinner on August 20. The final meal in the series will be hosted on September 17 with the Lee Brothersat the Brick House on Edisto Island. Tickets are $150 each, and can be purchased on the website. [Eaterwire]

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