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Brisket Barbecue Highlights; Bastille Day Celebrations

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

HANGOVER REPORT—The Charleston Brown Water Society hosted a mighty fine throwdown this past Sunday, and City Paper editor Kinsey Gidick survived to tell the tale. Between the rounds of Austin-based La Barbecue brisket, sips from multiple distilleries, and pig skin snacks from pitmaster Rodney Scott, it's a wonder that attendees aren't still napping from the meat and booze overload. [CP]

EVENTWIRE—French-Asian restaurant Fish has a little something for everyone this Bastille Day. On Monday, July 14, the festivities kick off in the Fish bar area with champagne, live entertainment, and the beloved pommes frites guillotine. This revelry will also carry on to the second floor of the restaurant. Throughout the evening, there will be can-can dancing, mod dancing, and a costume contest. At 6:30 p.m., diners can opt to take part in a four-course traditional French meal for $40 a guest. Call Fish for reservations 843.722.3474. [Facebook]

DINNERWIREBrasserie Gigi will celebrate Bastille Day (today) with a special menu of French classics. Chef Frank McMahon will prepare favorites, like vichyssoise and steak au poivre. Diners can opt to try these dishes on a special three-course menu, with pairings, for $55, or order them a la carte. [EaterWire]

brasserie gigi

102 N Market St, Charleston, SC 29401 843-722-6393