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No Forks Needed at Mansueta’s Filipino Feast

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Nikko Cagalanan
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Forgot the Fork at Mansueta’s Filipino Feast

Head to Second State Coffee in Mount Pleasant to experience Nikko Cagalanan’s rendition of a Kamayan feast, as he showcases the food and culture of his home country, the Philippines. The man behind the popular Mansueta’s pop-up invites guests to eat family style Filipino dishes with their hands at communal tables covered in banana leaves on September 13, from 6-11 p.m. Tickets are $50.

A Night of Thai and More at Tu

Tu is opening their doors on a Monday for a special night featuring Xiao Bao Biscuit and Tu alum Jamey Fairchild. The talented chef is preparing a variety of Asian noodles, Thai salads, and other snacks from 5:30 until they sell out. Look for the full bar to be available during the pop-up which takes place this Monday, August 26.

Spirit Sampling at Coastal Provisions

Wild Dunes Resort’s Coastal Provisions hosts a Revival whiskey tasting on its terrace next Tuesday, August 27, from 5-7 p.m. For $15 per person, guests can sample High Wire Distilling Co.’s new Southern Revival brand of spirits featuring options like Jimmy Red Corn bourbon and Madeira-finished whiskey.

So Long Summer Veggies

Savor summer at Wild Common this Labor Day weekend (Friday through Sunday) with a special four-course menu focusing on the heirloom tomato. One of the courses from chef Orlando Pagán’s meal will arrive on a mobile “tomato cart,” and guests can also enjoy a selection of original cocktails featuring the tomato as the star ingredient.