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Famed NYC Mixologist Takes a Cocktail Tour Through Charleston

Plus other happenings in the Lowcountry

Doar Brothers
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THE MARKET — Meeting Street bar Doar Brothers will host Manhattan mixologist Albert Trummer for a evening of a five-course cocktail showcase with bites. Trummer has teamed up with local consultant Tammi Dower for his next NYC project, so he’s in Charleston to preview the concept. The event takes place on Friday, June 14, starting at 5 p.m. Tickets are $100 per person. Contact peyre@doarbros.com for tickets.

UPPER KING — On Saturday, June 15, Bourbon N’ Bubbles will transform into Studio 54 with help of famed mixologist Albert Trammer. The pop-up will include over-the-top classic cocktails, a 1970s playlist, disco moves, and costumed guests.

HARLESTON VILLAGE — Former Revival chef Forrest Parker now offers his knowledge of the Lowcountry with a walking tour of the peninsula’s historically significant culinary sites and ends with a lunch and wine pairing at French establishment Bistro A Vin. This Undiscovered Charleston tour takes place from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. every day but Tuesday. The tours are $125 per person. Guests must be booked and paid for in advance.

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