Catch Vivian at three Charleston Wine & Food events this year.
Thursday, March 7th, 6:00 — Neighborhood Series: Old Village
You’re invited to Charleston Wine + Food’s coolest dinner experience yet. Taking place in a private home + drawing inspiration from the distinct flavors of our neighborhoods, we’re stacking the deck with some of the country’s most renowned chefs and a few surprise guests that we have up our sleeve. While these chefs are known for their culinary accolades and world-famous cuisine, this meal will be prepared in an environment that is casual and laid back… right down to the winemaker, Robert Sinskey, pouring wine into your glass.
Our Thursday evening Neighborhood Series will take place in one of Charleston’s most coveted neighborhoods – Old Village in Mt. Pleasant. Rooted in history and charm, this dinner party has a combination of ingredients to provide you with an unforgettable dining experience. Prepare to be wowed.
Friday, March 8th, 7:00 — Magnolia’s Signature Dinner
Two of the South’s finest chefs are joining forces to celebrate all the flavors + traditions of southern cuisine for this Signature Dinner experience. Kelly Franz of Magnolias welcomes Vivian Howard of the acclaimed Chef & the Farmer for a meal rooted in southern ingredients in a culinary celebration of the Lowcountry. This is one meet up of culinary all-stars you don’t want to miss.
Sunday, March 10th — Southern Renaissance
The South is experiencing the emergence of a new spirit and at this event, we are excited to tell the stories of the movers + shakers who are carrying the torch. Inspired by a diversity of flavors, cultures and persons, Southern Renaissance will feature chefs who are pushing the boundaries of what has been called “traditional southern” cuisine, artists whose voices + sounds fill your soul with a spirit that is electrifying, and artisans + makers who are sharing their talents through bespoke items that are inspired by our landscapes + people. Embark with us on this journey as we introduce you to our south. Change is a comin’.