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EVENTWIRE—Charleston's top chefs gather to celebrate the Gibbes Museum of Art for their annual fundraising street party. Meeting Street will be blocked, and guest may mingle among tables of offerings from restaurants like Edmund's Oast, FIG, The Macintosh, McCrady's, and The Obstinate Daughter. There's a lot of big culinary names for the $150 ticket price—open bar included. The fête is on Thursday, May 1, starting at 7:30 p.m. Go online for more information on tickets. [EaterWire]

DERBY PARTY—On Saturday May 3, from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., bowling/bar spot The Alley hopes to turn their space into a Charleston version of Churchill Downs for their Kentucky Derby viewing party. Guests are encouraged to take part in the virtual horse racing games or just sip on some bourbon as they watch the real thing. [EaterWire]

WINEWIRE—In a cross country trip to promote the wines of Germany, experts Paul Grieco and Stuart Pigott will make a stop at brewpub Edmund's Oast for an informative and boozy lunch. On Saturday, May 10, at noon, the duo invites guests to a three-course meal paired with six different types of German wines. The price is $100 and tickets are available online. [EaterWire]

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