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Charleston Chefs and Restaurants Give Back to Community July 10-11

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Lewis Barbecue
Leslie McKellar
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

The Lowcountry food and beverage population tends to look out for their neighbors and community. Starting Sunday, July 10, find out how some local establishments and chefs are supporting those around them and how you can help.

NOMO — As part of their grand opening party on Sunday, June 10, meat masters Lewis Barbecue will "Raise the Roof" to help raise funds for the neighboring Union Baptist Church to purchase a new roof. From noon until 8:00 p.m., the restaurant will sell $5 raffle tickets for prizes like private barbecue parties, whole brisket, a Yeti cooler, and more. All proceeds from the day will also go to the church. Certified Angus Beef, Cathead Vodka, Advintage Distributing, Cannonborough Beverage Co., and Revelry Brewing are all donating supplies for the day. [EaterWire]

NOMO — "Some of you may have heard that Charleston lost a legend of a cook very suddenly a couple of weeks back," writes chef Sarah Adams, "Many of us had cooked with Lance Curry over the past 15 or so years and we are banding together to raise money for Lance's family." On Monday, July 11, from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., ticket holders will be able to sample fare from chefs like John Ondo (Lana), Frank McMahon (Hank’s), Graham Dailey (Peninsula Grill), RJ Moody and Rob Laudicina (Spero), RJ Dye- (Henrietta's), Andy McCleod (The Lot), Jason Stanhope (FIG), Sarah Adams (Aunt Harriet's and the Bad Bitches), Jacques Larson (Wild Olive and Obstinate Daughter), and Billy Noisette (Eli’s Table). Tickets are only $30 and the proceeds go to Curry’s family. [EaterWire]

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Lewis Barbecue

464 North Nassau Street, , SC 29403 (843) 805-9500 Visit Website