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Food Film Festival Tickets; Filipino Feast on S.I.

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Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

TICKETWIRE—Tickets for the Charleston Food Film Festival are on sale, now, online. Created by Travel Channel personality George Motz, this festival is a unique opportunity for audience member to sample what they see on the screen. This year's highlights include barbecue aboard the USS Yorktown, a Ramen Burger from the original inventor, chef Keizo Shimamoto, and a food porn party. Admission prices vary. [EaterWire]

EVENTWIRE—SALO, a "moveable Filipino pop-up dinner," is coming to Sullivan's Island, this Sunday, at 7:00 p.m. The name of the organization comes from "Salu-salo," which means "dinner party." They will travel to all 50 states, over the course of a year, and South Carolina is second on the list. For $50, guests can look forward to an authentic three-course Filipino meal. Reserve your space online. [EaterWire]

CH-CH-CH-CHANGES—Busy lunch/take-out space Caviar & Bananas debuts a new sandwich menu today. Patrons can still build their own, but now there are also selections like Mediterranean chicken, a Cuban panini, and an indulgent pimento cheese BLT. [EaterWire]