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Five Awesome Dining Events Heading To Charleston By October

Oktoberfest, a pirate fest & more

Inside Butcher & Bee
Inside Butcher & Bee
Robert Donavan

NORTH CENTRAL— Butcher & Bee hosts a night of Greek food and wine on September 21, 7 to 10 p.m., with a family-style menu of mezze, entrees and dessert— whole braised lamb shoulder, tuna confit crostini and more— from chefs Chelsey Conrad, William Mote and pastry chef Cynthia Wong, plus six wines to be explored with wine pros Joe Robitaille and Dionysi Grevenitis.  $65/person, with tickets available online. [Eaterwire]

MOUNT PLEASANT— The Old Village Post House Inn hosts a South African Wine Maker Dinner next Wednesday, September 21, with six courses from chef Robyn Guisto paired with wines from Fairview Wines and Spice Route Winery. $95/person. Menu and more info right here. [Eaterwire]

NORTH CHARLESTON— Big Billy's Burger Joint and Holy City Brewing team up for a beer dinner on Thursday, September 29, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. with four-courses from chef Chris Sims and pairings selected by Holy City's head brewer Chris Brown. $35/person (or $60 for two) also includes Live music, raffles, a free koozie, Holy City Brewing pint glass and a $10 gift card to Big Billy's. Tix available here. [Eaterwire]

PARK CIRCLE— Mark your calendars for Park Circle Oktoberfest, landing at the future site of Palmetto Brewing Company (O'Hear and Empire Avenue) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on October 1.  The fest is FREE, all ages and is hosted by EVO Pizzeria and The Brew Cellar. There's also a full line-up of Palmetto Brewing beers, food from Lewis Barbecue, LoLA, Fratello's and more, live music, an address from Mayor Keith Summey and more shenanigans. [Eaterwire]

TYBEE ISLAND— The twelfth annual Tybee Island Pirate Fest goes down on October 6-9 (Columbus Day weekend) with live music, a parade and events including a new Bud Light Pirate Pub Crawl, a costume contest, Jimmy Buffet tribute band A1A, and a kid's area and more. Entry to the fest ranges from free (on Sunday) to $15/day. Check the schedule and pricing right here. [Eaterwire]