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Gibbes Museum Gathered All the Star Chefs Under One Tent

How was the food?

Chefs Mike Lata and Jason Stanhope
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

A little rain wasn’t going to stop the annual Gibbes Museum of Art street party. Last night, all the bold name chefs gathered to supply bites to the one of the top food parties of the year. The fundraising event pulls in all the heavy-hitters for one night of eating, drinking, and merriment. This year’s theme was “Food is Art.”

In attendance was The Atlantic Room, Café Framboise, Cassique, Caviar & Bananas, Charleston Grill, Circa 1886, Cypress, Drawing Room, Edmund’s Oast, FIG, Grill 225, The Grocery, Halls Chophouse, Hank’s, Husk, Le Farfalle, The Macintosh, McCrady’s, Oak, The Obstinate Daughter, The Ocean Room, The Ordinary, Peninsula Grill, Red Drum, Trattoria Lucca, Slightly North of Broad, Warehouse, and WildFlour Pastry.

Some highlights of the evening included baked oysters from The Ordinary and FIG, seafood sausage from The Obstinate Daughter, crudo from Fish, beets from Warehouse, roasted pork belly from Cypress, Carolina gold rice pudding from Husk, gnudi with ramps from Le Farfalle and the never-ending glasses of Veuve Clicquot.

Take a look here at all the fun from the event.

That's a wrap @thegibbesmuseum

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Doing big things at the Gibbes Art Museum @empanadamamma @wearewarehouse #topchef

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Last night was one for the books! @thegibbesmuseum Street Party #FoodIsArt Thanks for having #TheAtlanticRoom & #JasminePorch

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