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Little Chef Big Chef at 492; Julia Child Dinner at Glass Onion

Happenings and news around Charleston.

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

EVENTWIRE — On Friday, August 7, Fish Restaurant celebrates anniversary of bringing moo shu to Upper King with a moo shu lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For $12, guests can choose from fish, shrimp, tofu, duck merguez or chicken for the moo shu wraps, along with sauces and sides. Champagne, house wines, and bloody marys will be available for $2. [EaterWire]

DINNERWIRE — To celebrate Julia Child's 103rd birthday, southern favorite The Glass Onion will prepare a special three-course supper in her honor. On Saturday, August 15, the menu will reflect Child's French-focused recipes, like veal sweetbreads, braised lamb, and crème brulee. The meal is $45 per guest, with an optional $25 French wine pairing. Call  (843) 225-1717 to reserve a seat. [EaterWire]

EVENTWIRELike last year, only 80 tickets are available to this year's Little Chef Big Chef event. King Street newcomer 492 will host the event on September 21,    from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Chef Nate Whiting invited fellow culinary stars Jason Stanhope from FIG, Jacques Larson from Wild Olive/The Obstinate Daughter, and Kevin Johnson from The Grocery to join him in an evening of charitable giving. Each chef is paired with a Louie's Kids participant to create courses for the guests. Louie's Kids is a nonprofit organization raising funds to help treat childhood obesity. Reserve the $175 tickets by calling (843) 203-6338. [EaterWire]