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Butcher & Bee Hosts an Island Takeover

Plus other Charleston happenings

A dining room with yellow chairs. Robert Donovan

Fill Up on Pork While Sipping Whiskey at 82 Queen

Fill up on whiskey this Thursday, June 20, at 82 Queen, starting with hors d’oeuvres at 6:30 p.m. prior to a four course dinner from executive chef Steve Stone. Each dish features a playful, pork-centric preparation along with a creative whiskey pairing.

A Night of Drag

Daps Breakfast & Imbibe is hosting A Night of Drag with Charleston natives Ducky and Patsy, who are returning after five years in New York. The event, which takes place at 7 p.m. on June 26, will be accompanied by a family style meal featuring dishes like saffron-filled burrata with bread and jams and stuffed pork loin with chimichurri. The meal and a complimentary cocktail are included in the $55 ticket price, and guests can of course expect the famous Daps Fruity Pebble pancakes on the menu for dessert.

Island Takeover with Digby Stridiron

St. Croix-born chef Digby Stridiron, who was at one time in line to lead the kitchen at Parcel 32, is taking over Butcher & Bee on June 27 for a night full of Sea Island and West Indian flavors. The chef, who is opening a new restaurant in St. Croix called Braata, will be joined by Benjamin “BJ” Dennis who focuses on maintaining a widespread appreciation for Gullah Geechee cuisine.

Wild Common Celebrates Chef Pagán’s Puerto Rican Heritage

Head to Charleston’s new tasting restaurant Wild Common for a summer dinner series highlighting chef Orlando Pagán’s Puerto Rican Heritage. The four course, $65 menu will feature Pagán family recipes and other Puerto Rican classics, with a portion of the proceeds going to José Andres’ World Central Kitchen. The dinners will occur on the last Sunday of each summer month during normal restaurant hours (5-10 p.m.) starting with Sunday, June 30.