Skirt Table News for July


Slow Food Charleston. Tradesmen Brewing and Martin’s BBQ are teaming up for Thankful Thursday on August 1 from 5 pm- 8 pm. You can get your ‘que on and support good, clean and fair food with $1.00  a pint donated to Slow Food. The event is at Tradesman Brewing Company, 1647 King Street Extension.


Hard to believe it’s been two years, but Edmund’s Oast Exchange is celebrating its anniversary with happy hour pricing on beer and wine on August 10. There will be champagne and sparkling wine tastings from noon to 3 pm and, best of all? The tastings are free. Herd Provisions is going to be bringing its food truck to offer grass-fed beef burgers from 12pm – 3 pm.


Filipino chef Nikko Calaganan is taking over Kwei Fei from August 5-11 to bring his native food to the space in a week-long pop-up.


Ancho Want More Cocktail, at the Hotel Bennett



Elevator Six Cocktail at the Hotel Bennett


Millers All Day is adding a tomato biscuit to celebrate tomato season. It’s only $5.00 so have two! 


Hotel Bennett has new cocktails in both Camellia’s, its pink gem of a bar, and Fiat Lux, its rooftop bar.


Give Indaco a call. August 1 is its anniversary night and those in the know make reservations to get the special menu the restaurant creates that night.


Prohibition on King St is offering a summer menu that focuses on local foods, ranging from pea-and-corn-garnished warm crab toast to the Green Card cocktail that uses gin and celebrates the owners’ Irish heritage.


Handcraft Cocktails on Coleman Blvd. is bringing in guest bartenders for pop-ups all summer long. The July one has already happened, but look for another one in August.



Tradd’s, the upscale downtown eatery serving caviar, is closing at the end of July.



Christian Hunter is the new chef de cuisine at Sorghum & Salt. It’s a promotion for him- he’s been with the restaurant since April 2018.