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Tex-Mex Brunch Takes Over Le Farfalle

Plus other happenings in Charleston

Brian Stetson
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

HARLESTON VILLAGE — Craving Tex-Mex in the mornings? Stop by chef Michael Toscano’s Menudo Brunch at Le Farfalle for a taste of his family’s recipes. Toscano is of both Italian and Mexican decent. The menu takeover happens April 22 and 23 and May 6 and 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. [EaterWire]

SECRET LOCATION — Diner en Blanc hits Charleston on Thursday, April 27. It’s a Parisian pop-up dinner where everyone brings their own food, wine, and tableware to a secret but majestic location and dresses all in white. This year, Warehouse, Caviar + Bananas, and Ted’s Butcherblock are all providing picnics for attendees who would rather purchase meals than cook. Tickets for the party are $37 and don’t include food or beverages — you bring those. [EaterWire]

UPPER KING — Slow Food Charleston hosts its 2nd annual awards ceremony celebrating the leaders of the Slow Food movement in the Charleston community this Thursday, April 13 at 6:00 p.m. at The American Theater. Patrick Properties and chef David Schuttenberg of Fish, along with visiting Zak Pelaccio of Fish & Game, the 2016 James Beard Foundation award winner for Best Chef Northeast, and Bob Cook of Artisan Meat Share and John Lewis of Lewis Barbecue will offer bites for guests. Tickets are $75. [EaterWire]