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Big Gay Ice Cream Rolls Into Town; Circa 1886 and Halls Grab Travel Accolades

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Circa 1886
Circa 1886
Erin Perkins
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

EVENTWIRE The New York-based favorites behind Big Gay Ice Cream are bringing their soft serve creations to Charleston, on Sunday October 19, from 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Co-owners Douglas Quint and Bryan Petroff are touring the South in an ice cream truck, and the parking lot at Butcher & Bee (654 King St.) is one of their first destinations. Look for colorful creations, like the "Big Salty Pimp" of the "Bea Arthur" cone. [Big Gay Ice Cream]

LISTICLES Charleston restaurants Circa 1886 and Halls Chophouse make TripAdvisor's list of "Travelers' Favorite Fine Dining Restaurants." The swanky spots join the ranks amongst other destination eateries, like Eleven Madison Park in New York and Alinea in Chicago. [EaterWire]

DINNERWIRE Fish Restaurant chef Nico Romo and Slightly North of Broad chef Frank Lee are pairing to present a "Predator & Prey" dinner on Saturday, November 1. Starting at 6:00 p.m., in the private dining room at Fish, the duo will present a five-course dinner promising to be "a progression of ocean prey-meets-predator, for a dish-by-dish culinary journey through the food chain." Tickets are $65 a guest and can be reserved by calling (843)722-3474. [EaterWire]

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