Lowcountry Food Bank’s Chefs Feast
Feb 10, 6pm, North Charleston Convention Center
Located at the North Charleston Convention Center, Chefs’ Feast is an annual collaboration between the Lowcountry Food Bank and nearly 30 of the area’s most celebrated chefs who offer up delectable bites to raise funds to fight childhood hunger in the ten coastal counties of South Carolina.
Join us as we celebrate our 20th anniversary of Chefs’ Feast on February 10, 2019 at 6 PM for dining and live auction.
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Gourmet & Grapes: Wine Odyssey Gala
Feb 2, The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island
Gourmet & Grapes spans 4 days (starting Jan 31) and highlights award-winning chefs (including our own Chef Russ Moore and his team) and wineries from around the world, while supporting cancer research and patient support at Hollings Cancer Center.
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Fields to Families Oyster Roast
Jan 20, 2-5pm, Bowen's Island
What's better than supporting a wonderful local non-profit at a cool place with delicious food, great music and fun people on a beautiful day? Nothing, so we will plan to see you there!
Food: All You Can Eat Bowens Island Restaurant Oysters, side items by Executive Sous Chef Megan Hutchinson of Slightly North of Broad (for the 6th year in a row!) with Halls Signature Event's Robyn Guisto and 167Raw's Taylor Black & Ashley Mulvey (yes, that Ashley!)
Live Music: Mark Jackson Music
Drinks: BYOB, coolers welcome. Bottled water provided.
Proceeds from the event will help the organization provide fresh fruits and vegetables to Charleston-area families in need.
"Fields to Families needs the support of a strong community to continue our mission year to year," said Sasha Coyle, Program Manager of Fields to Families. "Our annual Oyster Roast is a guaranteed good time. Bowens Island is a wonderful spot to enjoy the company of great people, great food, and great music."
Fields to Families is a Charleston-based non-profit organization that works to ease hunger in the Lowcountry by gathering nutritious crops from generous farmers and community gardeners. The collected produce is then distributed to agencies such as local food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and churches. In turn, these recipient agencies donate this food to the individuals they serve. So far in 2018, over 85,000 pounds of produce have been distributed.
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Piccolo Bar Menu
We're bridging the gap between lunch and dinner and offering our brand new Piccolo Bar Menu everyday between 2:30pm - 5:00pm. Come see us!
SC Aquarium’s Good Catch Program
SNOB is proud to be a Platinum Partner with SC Aquarium's Good Catch Program, and commit to serving a higher percentage of sustainable seafood sourced from southeast regional fisheries, as well as commit to reducing the use of single-use plastic and following proper recycling procedures. Learn more about Good Catch - copy and paste http://scaquarium.org/conservation/goodcatch/ into your browser.