11th annual Chef’s Potluck

April 29th – 4 - 7pm


One of the most popular fundraising events of the year, the 11th Annual Chef’s Potluck takes place at beautiful Middleton Place. More than a dozen participating chefs are paired with local farmers, fishermen and ranchers to bring attendees the freshest, local ingredients in Charleston!

Early bird tickets are now on sale and are all inclusive. Enjoy live music from the Lowhills, local libations, farm tours, 2 tastings from each chef, and some of the most beautiful views at America’s oldest landscaped garden at Middleton Place. Tickets are non-refundable; event is rain or shine.

Calling all Volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering to help at our largest fundraiser of the year, please fill out this form.

2018 Chef’s Potluck participating restaurants and beverage providers include:
Commonhouse Aleworks
Cru Café
The Darling
Edmund’s Oast
EVO
FIG
Gelati Moto
The Glass Onion
The Grocery
The Harbinger
Indaco
The Lot
Magnolia’s
Middleton Place Restaurant
Obstinate Daughter
The Ordinary
Poogan’s Porch
Republic Garden & Lounge
Revival
Roti Rolls
S.N.O.B.
Grassroots Wine
High Wire Distillery
Tradesman Brewing

2018 participating farmers / purveyors include:
Abundant Seafood 
Adams Acres
Altman Farm
Charleston Artisan Cheesehouse
Clammer Dave
Cordray Farms
Fili West Farms
Geechie Boy Mill
Hickory Bluff Berry Farm
Holy City Farms
Jeremiah Farm & Goat Dairy
Joseph Fields
Keegan-Filion Farm
Limehouse Produce
Lowcountry Creamery
Lowland Farms
Middleton Place Organic Farm
Murray Heirlooms
Rooting Down Farms
Spade and Clover Gardens
Taylor Adams Farm
Vertical Roots

2018 Eat Local Month is presented by Limehouse Produce, and other partners included Steen EnterprisesMiddleton Place,  Charleston MagazineEdible CharlestonRevival, the Glass OnionSonitrol Security SystemsAgSouth Farm Credit, Freshfields VillageCharleston City Paper, the Charleston CVB, MUSC HealthNelson Printing, and Lowcountry Land Trust.

Proceeds from this event benefit Lowcountry Local First’s “Growing New Farmers” Program.

View photos from the 10th annual Chef’s Potluck here, provided by Merideth of A Spot in Time Photography and Encaustics.