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A Charleston Favorite Returns For One Night on Sullivan’s Island

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Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

SULLIVAN’S ISLAND — James-Beard-nominated chef Josh Keeler and Farmbar creator Tara Derr Darling team up for a fundraising event for a documentary film in development about legendary chef Jean-Louis Palladin. On Saturday, March 7, the group will create a feast of small plates at a home on the beach of Sullivan’s Island. Think ​Chicken Liver Pate, sucking pig, grilled lamb, oysters, and more. Tickets are $225.

UPPER KING — On Monday, March 2, Charleston Wine + Food and Charleston Music Hall will host free screening of the documentary Gay Chorus Deep South as a preview to the chorus’s performance at Charleston Wine + Food. The event is free to attend, but tickets are limited and required. The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus will make their Charleston debut with a performance at Gospel Brunch on Sunday, March 8.

EASTSIDE — Southern publication Garden & Gun will host a Bourbon and Bounty dinner at its headquarters in the Cigar Factory on Thursday, March 5. The three-course dinner features Isaac Toups of New Orleans, Craig Deihl of Hello Sailor, and Whitney Otawka of the Greyfield Inn. Look for a foie gras terrine, smoked sheepshead with Georgia shrimp, and rabbit saddle. The tickets are $350.