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Famous LA Hot Chicken Brings the Spice to Charleston

Plus other pop-ups you need to know about

Howlin’ Ray’s fried chicken sandwich
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

NOMO — Starting on Sunday June 18, chef de cuisines Philip Powers (Lewis Barbecue) and Ray England (Juan Luis) will pop up at Workshop as Pigeonhole with a menu full of traditional Jewish deli fare. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Pigeonhole stall will serve fresh bagels with lox, pastrami on sourdough rye, chopped chicken liver, and more. Below is the full menu.

NORTH CENTRAL — Stop by The Oyster Shed on Wednesday, June 21, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for a guest appearance by Portland-based chef Josh McFadden of Ava Gene’s and Tusk. The $75 tickets get guests a copy of Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables by McFadden and a dinner of Little Jack’s Tavern burgers, beet slaw with pistachio butter Little Gems lettuce with lemon cream, spring vegetable stew, and much more seasonal produce.

NOMO — 2Nixons chef Jeffrey Stoneberger brings Nashville-style hot chicken by way of Los Angeles this summer. On Thursday, July 27, owners of Howlin’ Ray’s Chicken, Johnny Ray Zone and Amanda Chapman, will serve up the dangerously spicy yardbird at Rutledge Cab Company, starting at 5 p.m. Stoneberger will have an extra spicy version of ramen as well.

Fans in LA have been known to wait in line up to four hours to get a taste of Howlin’ Ray’s. To get a preview of the heat, watch the video below.