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BEER HERE — Bottles Beverage Superstore partnered with Charleston Waterkeeper and Freehouse Brewing for a #BrewGoodDoGood campaign. Today through Labor Day weekend, Bottles will donate a portion of all sales of Freehouse Brewing crowlers and growlers to Charleston Waterkeeper. Drink beer for clean water. [EaterWire]

NORTH CAROLINA — The team behind O-Ku Charlotte has curated a new concept that will debut at the Bank of America Plaza this summer. Counter-serve newcomer Sukoshi will serve quality, on-the-go sushi in a hip environment, while also providing patrons the ability to order remotely via their custom mobile app. Menu items will include O-Ku fan favorites, along with some new plated and hand-held dishes. Sukoshi also looks to tap into the fine dining crowd with their “30-minute omakase” experience at the four-seat sushi bar. Take a look at some examples of the offering here and watch for more locations in the future, as the group looks to expand beyond the Queen City in the hopes of becoming the next fine-casual craze. [EaterWire]

THE MARKET — Charleston’s newest event venue Merchants Hall plays host to the Lowcountry Cuisine Showcase Wednesday, August 15, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event has a focus on Charleston’s top caterers with Salthouse Catering, Duvall Catering & Events, and Tristen Catering & Events, providing the Lowcountry-themed plates. The luxurious N. Market Street venue was once a bakery and pays homage to the building history with interior features like exposed brick and wood columns. The Lowcountry Cuisine Showcase setting will be styled by Loluma, and drinks will be available from bar service provider Spike by Snyder. Tickets are $25 and available for purchase at https://www.merchantshallchs.com/events. [EaterWire]

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