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7 New Events to Look Out For

At Charleston Wine + Food, we like to keep it fresh. Each year we replace around 85% of our schedule with brand-new events + experiences.

And, listen, we get it. Having over 130 events on the schedule can make planning you itinerary a little daunting. So we're making it a little easier by giving you our list of new events to keep an eye out for.

Bougie Brunch

Basic brunches, be gone! We’re going over-the-top with a wild + wonderful brunch experience that will make all your friends jealous. Expect lots of bubbles, decadent dishes, and fanciful performers for a mid-morning meal that your Instagram feed will approve of.

Night Bazaar 

You can leave your passports at home for this international extravaganza! For three nights, Holy City Brewing will be transformed into an eclectic epicenter inspired by night markets around the world. You’ll be able to try bites from around the world, drinks from far-off places, and performances guaranteed to dazzle. (Oh, and did we mention locals can snag a discounted ticket? But don’t wait too long, locals tickets are limited.)

Cans + Kegs

We’re poppin’ the tab on the myth that canned + kegged wines can’t compete with their bottled brethren. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Charleston harbor, you’ll sip on a selection of unconventional wines from some of the coolest brands around as you sink your teeth into delicious bites.

In Good Company

It’s no secret that what’s on your plate can affect the way you live. Scott Crawford, Jessica Murnane, Alison Roman, and more are inviting you to gather ‘round and share stories about the ways food can transform your life. Trust us, this one will leave your belly full + the soul inspired.

Back at Bowens

We’re back at the iconic digs of Bowens Island Restaurant for a seafood shindig celebrating all the salty goodness of the East Coast, from Maine down to the Lowcountry. The likes of Michael Scelfo, John Zucker, and more will be serving up their takes on sea-faring classics with plenty of brews + pours to match. The breathtaking views of the marsh don’t hurt either.

Flow + Glow

It’s a good time without any of the guilt at our newest nighttime party! Sarah Frick of The Works is kicking off the evening with a black-light flow followed by a neon-colored party under the stars in The Urban Electric Co. courtyard. Take a breather and enjoy a bevy of healthy bites + low ABV sips that prove you can get down without the gluttony.

Black Tie BBQ

Barbecue has gotten a reputation for being a rustic affair, best paired with a t-shirt and cold brewsky. Get ready to change your perception of this southern staple as a lineup of the country’s best pitmasters are serving up smoky favorites with a sophisticated flair. Expect upscale barbecue, fancy sides, and high-class sips for a swanky affair. Cocktail attire encouraged, good time guaranteed.

-Chris Bailey, Digital Marketing Manager

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2020 Ticket Launch Tips + Tricks

Tickets for the 2020 Charleston Wine + Food festival hit the web on August 28, and we couldn’t be more excited to kick off the 15th year with you! We’ve got a fresh lineup of new events, as well as a few fan-favorites that are making a reappearance (we can’t contain our excitement, either!).

Whether you are a seasoned CHSWFF connoisseur or a first-time attendee, we are happy to welcome you to the Holy City for a flavorful experience. We also understand that combing through 120+ events and piecing together the perfect schedule on ticket launch day can be a bit daunting, but don’t stress – we’re here to help!

So grab a bottle of wine and take notes; these are the tips + tricks to tackling Charleston Wine + Food Ticket Launch like a pro.

Mark Your Calendars

Google, iPhone, daily planner – all of ‘em!

8:00 AM Monday, August 26: Full Schedule Preview

8:00 AM Wednesday, August 28: Tickets on Sale

Plan Your Festival Experience

We hear you – you want time to curate your perfect Charleston Wine + Food experience! That’s why the full event schedule – that’s right: EVERY. SINGLE. EVENT. – will be available for preview on our website at 8:00 AM EST on Monday, August 26 – that’s 48 hours prior to ticket launch! Take some time over these two days to look through the schedule and make a list of the events you’d like to attend. Being prepared ahead of time will save you time + stress on August 28. 

Choose Your Adventure

We believe experiences are everything here at Charleston Wine + Food, and knowing the types you are most interested in will help you narrow down the search. From hands-on classes to late-night bashes, intimate dinners, and educational excursions, we’ve got something for everyone! Which experience is your perfect fit?

Filter, Filter, Filter

Do you know the time of day, type of event, or overall vibe you are looking for? Whether you are a libation lover, wellness warrior, good-time guru, or conversation starter, our updated event schedule filter will help narrow down the event schedule based on your interests + priorities. (Because we get it – searching the schedule for the perfect event can be a tad stressful!)

Don’t worry about your SquadUP ID or password!

If you’ve purchased tickets in the past, you may remember creating a SquadUP ID and password (and similarly, you may not!). To expedite the checkout process and limit the headache of password regurgitation, you do not need to log in to your SquadUP account to purchase tickets.

Tickets will remain in your cart for 30 minutes. At checkout, you will be asked to enter an email address where you would like the tickets sent. Later on, should you wish, you can download the SquadUP App or visit SquadUP.com, use that email address to create or log into your account, and access all festival tickets. 

Don’t wait too long

You know that must-have Signature Dinner or intimate Excursion you have at the top of your list? A few hundred other people likely have it at the top of their lists, too. We offer a variety of intimate + exclusive experiences with a limited amount of tickets available; waiting to purchase tickets might mean you’ll be left experiencing the ultimate FOMO.

There’s a waitlist for that!

Did that brunch or cooking class you were really looking forward to attending sell out before you could get your tickets? Don’t worry, there’s still hope! You can request or return tickets to sold-out events by visiting the Official Charleston Wine + Food Ticket Exchange powered by Lyte. Simply follow the prompts on the exchange to secure your place in line; if a ticket becomes available, transactions will be processed immediately and automatically in the order in which they were requested.

We’re here to help!

The Charleston Wine + Food team wants your ticket buying experience to be as stress-free as possible! Give us a call at 843-727-9998 or drop by our office on August 28 from 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM and one of our team members will be happy to help you navigate through planning your best Charleston Wine + Food experience! Even better, we’ll have Circe’s Grotto and Life Raft Treats on-site for lunch!

We can’t wait to see you on August 28! Cheers to 2020!

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#WhyIWineandFood: Tim McManus

Upon entering Hed Hi Media, the first thing you’ll notice is the immense collection of street art on the walls. Tim McManus, owner + founder of Hed Hi, says of the pop art collection, “Yeah, it’s kind of an obsession at this point, we’re running out of wall space.” Bold colors + industrial decorations - like the proverbial dart board - jump out as you enter Hed Hi’s hip garage lounge. Located next to eye-catching murals + a chic coffee shop, Hed Hi’s office fully embodies their brand: A media production company inspired by art, rooted in storytelling, and dedicated to growth + modernity.   Inside Tim’s office there is a long, rectangular bulletin board where he pins family photos, travel photography, and action shots of surfing; aqua + navy waves crash idyllically in his photographs. Sitting in his bright, contemporary space, Tim is cool and laid back. He sits back with a relaxed demeanor, laughing as he explains his “rad” and “awesome” experiences with Charleston Wine + Food. It’s not hard to picture Tim in the early nineties as a fun loving College of Charleston student, catching waves and exploring his beloved city with friends for the “best six years of my life.” Tim says of his time at the college, “I never wanted to finish.”   Tim shows an unmasked appreciation for his experiences. He isn't the slightest bit jaded as he explains his ten years spent working with the Charleston Wine + Food estival. “It’s been really neat to rub elbows and produce content for the biggest names in the culinary world, it’s pretty rad,” Tim says. He goes on to explain that since he began working with the festival a decade ago his experience shifted from filming the entire festival alone, working with only a single editor, to working alongside six cameramen, three editors, and his entire Hed Hi team. This growth is not lost on Tim, who founded the company in 2014, just a month shy of his 40th birthday. Tim explains, “I always had a goal to start my own business by the time I turned 40, so about a month before my 40th birthday I went to my boss and basically worked out a deal for me to buy the video department from his company.”     [embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zg9hTYXLL0[/embed]   Partnering with the Charleston Wine + Food festival is a great experience for Tim, who is a self-described “foodie.” Tim worked throughout college at the iconic restaurant, Slightly North of Broad as a food runner, bar back, and bartender. Tim is unwavering in his love for S.N.O.B. chef, Frank Lee, referring to him as a legend + mentor. Tim lights up as he speaks of his “full circle” moment, when Charleston Wine + Food afforded him the opportunity to produce a film for Frank in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Slightly North of Broad restaurant. Tim describes playing the video for Frank, wherein a “never-ending list” of people express their appreciation of the chef and his influence on Charleston’s culinary landscape. “Chef was blown away by it,” Tim says. “To present that film to chef on such an iconic occasion, was pretty awesome.”   Hed Hi is an integral part of Charleston Wine + Food. Their way of capturing the cuisine, the people, and the atmosphere is invaluable to the festival’s story. Tim’s appreciation for the festival is evident in both Hed Hi’s content and the way he describes it. Tim says of the festival, “It’s insanely difficult to keep an event like that fresh every year, you have to provide great value, not only to the locals, but to the people who come and visit and I think the festival does a really exceptional job of keeping itself fresh and creating memorable experiences that are a testament to all people involved.”   [embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0F07sa_LY8&t=2s[/embed]   For those planning to attend the festival, Tim recommends a Signature Dinner, where local chefs pair with visiting chefs to create a special menu for a small dinner party. Tim says this is one of the “coolest” offerings at the festival and describes past Signature Dinners as “legendary opportunities.”   This year will mark Tim McManus’ 10th anniversary working with Charleston Wine + Food; ten years of tireless work (#Sleepwhenweredead is Hed Hi’s motto), ten years spent accumulating countless hours of footage and ten years of great wine + food.
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Meet the 2019 CHSWFF Street Team

We're days away from kicking off this year's festival, and we wouldn't be able to spread the word about all of the fun that's in store without the help from our 2019 Street Team! We've handpicked the best-of-the-best that Charleston’s has to offer to bring you the inside scoop from the 2019 festival.  

Andrea Serrano

  Andrea Serrano, who is familiarly known as Charleston Shop Curator, has been a key ingredient in the vibrant and dynamic growth of Charleston’s style, dining + nightlife scene for over ten years. Leaving the rush and buzz of NYC in search of a laid-back yet stimulating lifestyle, Andrea has found a true home in Charleston, becoming heavily involved in the community + sharing the joy in her many experiences via her blog, Instagram + Pinterest @charlestonshopcurator.  

Ashley Brown

  On her blog Sweet Southern Prep, Ashley gives readers a taste of the sunny, high-spirited and enchanting life of being just that; a sweet southern prep, right down to her roots. Opening up about balancing life as a mom of four while pursuing her passions of style, cuisine, fitness and more, Ashley is an aspirational shining light for other Charleston moms serving as a reminder that there's always a little extra time to pour yourself a well-deserved glass of rosé.  

Candice Herriott

Food writer and photographer Candice Herriott has graduated from her established food blog and social media handle CHSFoodWriter to her latest venture: podcast “Something Else About Food”. The podcast will introduce listeners to unique and undiscovered culinary communities + their stories, shedding light on Candice’s past experiences throughout her culinary excursions.  

Charlotte Park

Started in 2016, Charlotte founded TastemakersCHS; Charleston’s very first culinary social media club that brings together some of the Holy City's trendsetters that have paved the way for spreading the word on the ultimate Charleston dining experience. Once having founded TastemakersCHS, Charlotte empowered said handpicked influencers to share their local favorites, while also managing her non profit #Crumbs4Charleston.  

Christian Senger

Since 2011, local Christian Singer has shared and celebrated his Holy City favorites with his fellow Charlestonians + beyond under his popular alter ego: Holy City Sinner. On his blog, Senger provides an ever-so-epicurean perspective on how to conquer all the food + beverage, events and entertainment that Charleston has to offer.  

Jai Jones

Being a veteran of #CHSWFF, Jai Jones knows all too well how a good meal and great conversation can bring people of all faces + places together as one. Through his website and Instagram @jaieats, Jai shares his rotating list of places to wine, dine or grab a frosty local brew.  

Johnny Caldwell + Taneka Reeves

Dubbed the curly-haired ladies who talk cocktails daily, Johnny Caldwell and Taneka Reeves live to spill the tea on all of Charleston’s latest trends in craft cocktails and dining from the refreshing, feminine perspective that has proved itself to be on the rise in Charleston’s food + beverage scene. On top of running their Cocktail Bandits brand, the pair are also the authors of Holy Spirits: Charleston Culture Through Cocktails.  

Liz Martin

Widely known across social media as The Charleston Weekender, lifestyle blogger + boutique owner Liz Martin’s blog and Instagram are your one-stop-shop for all things Charleston. Her bright and bubbly guide on all of the Holy City’s must-eats, must-haves + must-see is the perfect dose of pop, fizz, clink to making every day feel like the weekend.  

Michael Stettner + Ian Palacios

A Texas-bred couple now living in Charleston, Michael Stettner + Ian Palacios have decided to shake things up with a less traditional take on exploring the Holy City and all it has to offer on their @ilovethatforyou account. Founded on the philosophy of “figuring it out together” and a passion for design and cocktails, the dynamic duo invites followers on their journey of taking each day in Charleston one at time, optimistic and thrilled about the surprises the future is sure to bring.  

Miguel Buencamino

Writer, photographer, and cocktail aficionado Miguel Buencamino has crafted the perfect blend of original Charleston culinary content that is Holy City Handcraft. On his blog, Miguel raises a glass and combines his take on local dining hotspots and craft cocktail critique with his knowledge rooted in his strong culinary upbringing.  

Natalie Mason

Designer Bags + Dirty Diapers has become Natalie Mason’s outlet for sharing life in the Holy City through the lens of a busy yet energetic and fun-loving Charleston mom of two. On her blog, Natalie channels her fellow readers + moms by sharing not only how to dig up the best style deals in town, but her experience with food both inside her own kitchen and in Charleston's best restaurants.   

Stephanie + Melinda Lee

  Sugar, spice + red beans n’ rice, Stephanie and Melinda Lee are the sweet Southern sisters you never had but always wanted. Head over to Charleston Foodie Babe on Instagram for a visually fresh and candid peek into the life of an original Charleston foodie ‘grammer devouring our city’s sweet, savory and everything in between.    

Sydney Gallimore + Sydney Turnquist

Finding a rightful home in the Holy City, writer and blogger Sydney Gallimore has crowned herself as the Queen of the Food Age. Joining her empire is Sydney Turnquist, aka Princess of the Food Age. As seen on their blog, Sydney + Sydney make the most of Charleston by dipping their feet into as many local dining and cocktail experiences as they can while also using free time to embark on their own personal culinary adventures in the comfort of their own homes.
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#WhyIWineandFood: Austin Hubbard

Passion -   Passion is one of those quintessential elevator speech words. Sprinkled into small talk for emphasis and brushed off just as quickly. That’s because passion has to be seen, it has to be shown and heard. Charleston local Austin Hubbard, wears passion on his sleeve. Austin’s love and pride for Charleston’s bustling wine + food culture shines through each and every action he takes for the Charleston Wine + Food team.     Five years ago, Austin found his passion for the Charleston’s rich culinary history during his rookie year volunteering with Charleston Wine + Food festival. From the beginning of his time as a volunteer, Austin showed a genuine drive to help the organization showcase the remarkable talent of today’s food and beverage industry. Between attending volunteer meetings, assisting with ticket distribution, helping set up for the Culinary Village, Austin took advantage of all of the opportunities available to him as a volunteer.   Now a veteran volunteer for Charleston Wine + Food, Austin is serving his third year as Volunteer Captain for the 2019 festival. In this role, he delegates volunteer responsibilities, ensures that all operations run smoothly, and holds the Charleston Wine + Food brand to the highest standards. Although his role revs up as the festival approaches each year, Austin is involved in Charleston Wine + Food events throughout the year.   “The excitement of the festival has kept me engaged with Charleston Wine + Food over the years,” Austin said. “I believe that it’s something everyone needs to be a part of at least once, despite your level of background or skill.”     Like many of the festival guests, the memory if the Culinary Village sparks a gleam in Austin’s eye. “When it comes down to my favorite event during the festival, it has to be the Culinary Village. It may seem like a cliche answer, but it is truly where you see really [sic] the diversity of the festival - the people that attend, the chefs, the winemakers and the real excitement of how fast pace the festival is.”   The three days in Marion Square expose guests to a variety of food and beverage experts that enrich their knowledge and passion for the culinary and imbibe industries. “Everyone comes together by sharing the same passion,” said Austin. “ Charleston Wine + Food Festival is one of the best events that really shows the true excitement and depth of the food and beverage world of Charleston.”     Austin is most inspired by what CHSWFF shares with the community - an intangible energy that courses through the festival, elevating the experiences of stakeholders at all levels. Each year since his first festival in 2015, Austin witnesses some of the most impressive and innovative creations in the culinary industry. However, for him, the real magic always comes down to one essential ingredient for festival success - the people.   “It’s not really a time to show off how good you are at making something or how knowledgeable you are about things, it boils down to the passion that is shared throughout all those involved that allow this festival to be so unique and monumental to the Charleston culture.”
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Tips + Tricks for CHSWFF

Charleston Wine + Food brings the fun + flavor to the Holy City for five action-packed days every March. Between the delicious bites + hand-crafted sips, there is plenty to do during the annual festival. With everything going on, it can be easy to get swept up in the fun. Check out our tips for making the most of every moment at Charleston Wine + Food!

Come Open Minded

We here at Charleston Wine + Food want to share our local food community + world-renowned talent with you. Whether strolling through the Culinary Village or rolling out biscuits in a hands-on class, take a second to listen to our talented chefs, you never know when you might stumble on a tasty tidbit.  

When In Doubt, Layer it Out

The festival takes place on the first weekend of March - March 6th - 10th to be exact. You can expect temperatures in the 60’s and, depending on where you come from, that can feel like winter or summer. Throw on your jeans, layer on top, and pair it with your most comfortable pair of shoes and you’ll be set!  

Chat It Up

Charleston Wine + Food offers the perfect place to mingle with those who love food and wine. Say hi to your neighbors or strike up a conversation with someone you bump into, we’re all friends here in the Holy City!  

Be a Social Butterfly

All foodies love a good Instagram post full of great food, pretty drinks, and amazing people! Charleston Wine + Food has tons of exciting photo opportunities to take your social media to the next level. So go ahead, make your friends jealous and snap away!  

Pace Yourself

Charleston Wine + food is a marathon, not a sprint.Pace yourself, get good rest, and drink plenty of water.   

Walk, Rideshare, Carpool

Alternate means of transportation are cool. Bike, walk, rideshare or rickshaw to events. If you are driving, look for public garages or street parking and remember to drink responsibly.   
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#WhyIWineandFood: Heidi Dalton

It is the Saturday of the 2016 Charleston Wine + Food festival. Heidi Dalton, an eager volunteer makes her way through Marion Square, clipboard in hand. She is a newcomer to both the Lowcountry and the Charleston Wine + Food team. She doesn’t know it yet, but the Culinary Village will soon be near and dear to her heart. The bustling crowds of visitors and locals make her wish that the festival was more than a seasonal Charleston celebration.   As a child, Heidi was inspired by the world of pastry making. She remembers baking with her grandmother and daydreaming about becoming a Pâtissière. Although her career took her in a different direction, she carried her love of pastries with her through every holiday party. Every Christmas, she gathers her children and family friends to spend a day baking in the warmth of the kitchen, sharing jokes, drinks and holiday cheer.       It is no surprise that Heidi carried her love of baking with her to Charleston, when in 2016 she found herself in a new city full of artisan bakeries to explore. Knowing that exploring a new city is always better with friends, she had a desire to make meaningful connections with people that shared her love of good food and good times, and that is when she found a home at Charleston Wine + Food. She lends a hand to the Wine + Food family in any capacity they need, dropping into the office weekly to prepare for the upcoming festivities. Although she volunteers for the nonprofit year-round, working in the festival’s Culinary Village is easily her favorite part of the volunteer experience. According to Heidi, the Village brings together the “most interesting, diverse cross-section of Charleston food, culture and people.”     Heidi is most excited by the rich traditions and different cultures the Charleston Wine + Food festival illuminates. She describes the festival as a chance for “the people in Charleston to roll out the red carpet for everyone to come experience the best of the city.” Heidi’s first year volunteering with the festival was fast-paced and exhilarating. In just a few short hours, she went from passing out wine glasses to working as a sous chef with Charleston culinary legend Frank Lee.   Heidi believes the “first festival was hands down the reason why [she] got so excited about Charleston Wine + Food.” The team’s “enthusiasm was invigorating.” Their drive to bring people together to celebrate Charleston’s rich culinary history inspired Heidi to dive into any and all volunteer opportunities.     As Heidi’s passion for Charleston Wine + Food festival grows, so does her love for the Holy City. She believes that the festival “showcases the city in a wonderful light.” Everywhere she goes she will compare it to Charleston and the colorful food and beverage community here. She has a love of food and people and loves that the festival attracts people from across the country with similar interests.   As Heidi reflects on her four years with Charleston Wine + Food, her joy is effervescent. After living in Charleston for nearly three years, Heidi's social network has expanded tremendously. Her passion for Charleston Wine + Food inspires her to recruit friends and other community members to get involved. “Life doesn’t come easy,” she says, “you have to open the door and go after it.”
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Experience the 2019 Campaign

[embed]https://youtu.be/-0F07sa_LY8[/embed]   This year’s campaign tagline was Experience Our Story. It’s all about people. They’re who we are and at the center of everything we do. Their stories influence our story. Their stories are our story. This year’s campaign told the stories of a diverse group of food and beverage talent that individually and collectively have shaped + influenced the story of Charleston’s culinary + hospitality community. Each one of these individuals featured in our campaign represents the ideas + values of Charleston Wine + Food.   Their stories – where they came from, how cooking makes them feel + what food means to them, and how they would want their stories told to the world - were interpreted through doodles + illustrations that embellished their portraits.      

Rodney Scott

James Beard Award winner Rodney Scott is one of the most recognized names to come out of the Holy City, with his whole hog barbecue becoming synonymous with Charleston's food scene. Rodney's story is one rooted in the South as he learned to love the art of smoking meat in his hometown of Hemingway before bringing his talents to Charleston.      

Carrie Morey

Charleston's resident biscuit queen Carrie Morey was no stranger to the culinary world after growing up watching her mother run a successful catering company. Tapping into her family's traditions + recipes, Carrie opened Callie's Hot Little Biscuit to share her love for cooking with the world and give them a little taste of true southern cuisine.      

Caroline Woodruff

Caroline Woodruff has made her mark on both the Holy City and Charleston Wine + Food, taking home the title of Iron Mixologist during the 2018 festival. For Caroline, being behind the bar gives her a chance to make meaningful connections with her customers and pour out a little fun to brighten up anyone's day.      

Morgan Calcote

Morgan Calcote is a freshly-minted James Beard Award winner after building the carefully curated wine program at Charleston favorite, FIG. Behind each glass of wine is the story of a grape and its journey from vine to bottle, and Morgan's passion for telling those stories resonates in each perfectly paired glass served in the quaint dining room she helms.      

Cynthia Wong

Cynthia Wong quickly established herself as one of the best pastry chefs in Charleston. In 2018, Cynthia decided to follow her passions and open up her own ice cream company. Life Raft Treats has become a local favorite for those looking to save their day with a unique, hand-crafted sweet treat.      

Ruchi Mistry

Along with her husband Tom, Ruchi Mistry opened Huriyali Gardens in Charleston's North Central neighborhood to prove food can be used to nourish both the body + the mind. Priding herself on her commitment to sound ecological practices, Ruchi continues to celebrate the vibrance of flavorful food sourced from the earth, satisfying both our stomachs + our souls.      

Shuai + Corrie Wang

Shuai + Corrie Wang are some of the leaders of the emerging renaissance in southern cuisine. Fusing together traditional Chinese recipes with their love for the ingredients found in Charleston's vibrant landscape, this dynamic duo is changing the way people think about Asian cuisine and leaving their mark on the Holy City's culinary community.    
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NBC's TODAY is Cooking Up Something Good

Foodies, rejoice! NBC’s TODAY is cooking up a one-of-a-kind experience at Charleston Wine + Food's 14th annual festival, and they’re saving a seat at the table for you! Come say hello to some of your favorite faces from TODAY - Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Elizabeth Heiskell. Join TODAY Food throughout the weekend for mouth-watering fun in the Culinary Village and learn some foodie secrets… from how to pair the perfect wine to the ideal bread-baking time. And on Friday morning, get a front-row seat for TODAY’s live broadcast with Al Roker!   Want to know what else TODAY has on the burner? Sign up for the TODAY Food newsletter to be the first to know about everything on their plate at the festival, as well as receive daily inspiration for easy recipes, meal ideas and the latest food trends. Sign up, stay connected, and have your cake and eat it too… with TODAY at the Charleston Wine + Food festival!
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Travel.Eat.Repeat. presented by Toyota

The Culinary Village is thrilled to welcome back Toyota to The Patio! Get ready to go on a culinary adventure at Travel.Eat.Repeat. presented by Toyota. Check out this sneak peak of what Toyota will be cooking up!    

Camry Kitchen Creations

   

Customize a cutting board that shows off your style and your state! Watch as your South Carolina-inspired cutting board is personalized in the trunk of the Camry.

   

RAV4 Tag Your Bag

   

Can we tag along on your next trip? Put your personal touch on these soft leather luggage tags to make your suitcase stand out from the rest!

   

Silkscreen Totes

   

Back by popular demand, these canvas tote bags will return with two new commemorative designs. Grab one while they last!

   

Tandem Photo Op

 

Grab a friend and strike a picture-perfect pose on the tandem bicycle!

   

Aquas Frescas

   

Stop by the Aquas Frescas cart for a refreshing, fruity sample of this Mexican staple.

   

Culinary Passport

   

Collect 3 stamps on your culinary passport as you explore Travel.Eat.Repeat. in the Culinary Village and receive a complimentary leather passport cover.

 

And Toyota Owners - be sure to show your keys for a special gift!

   

Postcard Photo Booth

 

Attending Smokin' in the Boys' Room or Southern Renaissance? Commemorate your 2019 festival experience with a postcard greeting to send to friends and family.

   
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