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McCrady’s Tavern Serves Brunch for Dinner

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Brunch at McCrady’s Tavern
Andrew Cebulka

FRENCH QUARTER — McCrady’s Tavern will host a “Brunch for Dinner” on Sunday, March 11 to celebrate daylight savings time. The brunch menu from chef Orlando Pagan will be available for day and night. Look for lemon souffle pancakes, baked eggs, and the addictive Tavern burger served with crinkle cut fries. [EaterWire]

NOMO — On Saturday, February 24, Home Team BBQ hosts a Hogs for the Cause fundraising block party at the restaurant’s Williman Street location from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free, and food and beverages can be purchased from the various chefs, including Shuai Wang (Short Grain), Bob Cook (Edmund’s Oast), Sam Jones (Sam Jones BBQ), Jonathan and Justin Fox (Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q), Eddie Hernandez and Mike Klan (Taqueria del Sol). There will also be cocktails, beer, and bites from Goat. Sheep. Cow. Hogs for the Cause is a nonprofit that provides monetary relief to families with children suffering from brain cancer. There will be bands, family-friendly activities, and plenty of food from Home Team BBQ. [EaterWire]

COLUMBIA — Chefs Sarah Simmons and Russell Jones will come together on Sunday, May 6 to host A Chefs’ Feast 2018, benefiting Columbia homeless center Transitions. Tickets are now on sale for the fixed-menu dinner at Tallulah. The dinner comes from Simmons, as well as Food Network star Aarti Sequeira, Top Chef alum Grayson Schmitz, Food Network star Claire Robinson, and Houston-based pastry chef Rebecca Masson. [EaterWire]

CANNONBOROUGH/ELLIOTBOROUGH — Sorghum & Salt chef/owner Tres Jackson will travel to the James Beard House in New York City on March 20 to headline an event entitled “Charleston Buzz,” where he will showcase items like charred heirloom radishes and slow-roasted lamb’s neck to JBH members and public attendees. Jackson felt it was important to give local supporters the opportunity to taste the big apple offering prior to the event, so he will hold a preview dinner at Sorghum & Salt on Wednesday, February 21, with seatings for the five-course meal at 6 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. The price is $99 per person — reservations are being accepted online. [EaterWire]

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