clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Join a Culinary Evolution With Jason Stanhope

And other events around Charleston

Stanhope
Leslie McKellar

NORTH CENTRAL — James Beard-award winning FIG chef Jason Stanhope will cook at an event titled Origin: A Culinary Evolution as part of the Charleston Arts Festival. Billed as a multi-sensory culinary experience,” the evening will feature Stanhope’s food along with original poetry, live music, and visual arts. In addition to Stanhope, the event will also welcome Edmund’s Oast head bartender Jayce McConnell, Charleston Poet Laureate Marcus Amaker, musician Nic Jenkins, Charleston Arts Festival director Andrew Walker, projection artist Christian Hannon, PURE Theatre artistic director Sharon Graci, lighting designer Todd St. Onge of Technical Event Company, set designer Lisa Thomas of Ooh! Events, and a professional contemporary dance company led by Sara Sumner. There are two seatings on Thursday, October 6, 2016 and the event will take place at High Wire Distilling. Available online, tickets are $150. [EaterWire]

ANSONBOROUGH — Meatery Ted's Butcherblock celebrates eleven years in business with its popular annual block party on October 15. This year, in addition to a wagyu beef-themed menu, patrons will also have options from Short Grain food truck. Local brews from Revelry, Coast and Westbrook will be offered, along with mystery cans in the cooler. This year’s featured lunch menu highlights Wagyu beef, a specialty featured in the case and on the menu at Ted’s since opening day in 2005. Look for specials like wagyu beef short ribs with pumpkin seed black mole, street corn, gold rice with queso chichuachua, and Oxocan field peas with charred peppers from chef Jamey Fairchild. Festivities start when the doors open at 11. [EaterWire]

ISLE OF PALMS — On Sunday, October 16, beginning at 4:30 p.m, luxury resort Wild Dunes will celebrate the sea with Tale of the Fish. The event will feature chefs Mike Lata, Ken Vedrinski, Michael Toscano, and Brett Sparman, along with a few other names preparing coastal Italian-inspired dishes. Tickets are $85 and are available online. [EaterWire]

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Carolina newsletter

Sign up for our newsletter.