POSTPONED: 13th annual Chef’s Potluck
April 26th – 4 - 7pm
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the recommendations made by DHEC and government agencies, we have made the tough decision to postpone our Chef’s Potluck event until further notice.
To support our shifted focus to support all of our local businesses and advocate on their behalf right now at all government levels, we ask ticket holders to consider allowing your purchase to serve as a donation towards our efforts. However, we will swiftly provide refunds for those who request one by emailing Jordan@Lowcountrylocalfirst.org.
Consider making a donation to our organization in lieu of attending the event. Your support is imperative as the business community needs us now more than ever.
It is our great hope that we can find a way to pivot the event later in the year to one that celebrates the strength of our community for pulling through such an awful time. We are fully aware that many participants in this event have closed their doors to business for the time being, and others are scrambling to find creative ways to keep employees on as long as possible or to at least cover health insurance needs. The Lowcountry Local First staff and board are working around the clock to communicate out resources, best practices and shared ideas to our member businesses — while diligently encouraging the community to do everything in their power to support them with their dollars and energy. Please visit buylocalchs.com to find ways you can support more than 100 of our local-independent businesses right now, and follow us on Instagram at @lowcountrylocal for more ways to help.
One of the most popular fundraising events of the year, the 13th annual Chef’s Potluck takes place at a beautiful pavilion at Middleton Place. More than 15 participating local chefs will be paired with dozens of local farmers, fishermen and ranchers to bring attendees the freshest, local ingredients the Lowcountry has to offer!
Proceeds from this event benefit Lowcountry Local First’s Good Farming Initiative. Our Good Farming initiative supports sustainable agriculture and is designed to grow and connect our local food system by training new farmers, supporting existing farm businesses and educating consumers.
Tickets are all inclusive. Enjoy live music, local libations, and tastings from each chef.
Sun, Apr 26, 2020
4pm – 7pm
Interested in volunteering at Chef’s Potluck? We are currently seeking volunteers to help us with the event from set-up through break-down. Sign up here with your preferred shift and t-shirt size.
2020 Chef’s Potluck participating restaurants include:
Baker & Brewer
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit
Cru Café and Catering
Middleton Place Restaurant
Slightly North of Broad
The Glass Onion
The Obstinate Daughter
2020 farmers and purveyors will be announced in April.
2019 Chef’s Potluck farmers and purveyors included:
Charleston Artisan Cheesehouse
Geechie Boy Mill
Hickory Bluff Berry Farm
Jeremiah Farm & Goat Dairy
Rooting Down Farms
Spade and Clover Gardens
Taylor Adams Farm
2020 Beverage Providers include:
High Wire Distilling
Holy City Brewing
Tradesman Brewing Co
Live Music: TBA
This event is rain or shine and tickets are non-refundable. Professional photographers and / or videographers will be on-site documenting the event for Lowcountry Local First. By entering the event premises on April 26, 2020, you grant Lowcountry Local First permission to use your likeness in a photograph, video, or other digital media captured at the event in future publications and / or promotional materials.
2020 Eat Local Month is presented by Limehouse Produce. Other campaign partners will be announced.
Proceeds from this event benefit Lowcountry Local First’s Good Farming Initiative.
Questions? Call us at 843-801-3390.