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Dinners | 21+ Only

Exploring Black Spirituality Through Food

Trinity Hall

Spirituality and food are often seen as essential to nourishment – both literally and figuratively. Join Cybille St. Aude-Tate and Omar Tate of Honeysuckle Projects along with Valerie Erwin, and Monica O’Connell for a meal inspired by ‘If I Can Cook/You Know God Can’ that will feed your soul as well as your stomach. This relaxed, love-filled dinner will examine the intersections and histories of Black spirituality + religion as they relate to food. Expect an inspiring evening where you’ll take in the flavors, ideas, and stories that celebrate Black cuisine as a food of life that reflects the spirit + history of a people.

Important Event Details

Know Before You Go

Know Before You Go

  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable between events
  • Charleston Wine + Food is requiring all guests, staff, talent, and vendors to either: provide proof they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 OR provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, taken within 72 hours of each day you are attending. Read More about our 2022 Health + Safety policy
  • This event is all-inclusive: food, beverage, and gratuity is included in the ticket price
  • Seats may be a combination of bar/counter seats, booths, and tables
  • Attire: wear what makes you feel most comfortable
  • All guests must be 21+ (no infants, children, or pets)
  • Event details are subject to change
  • Food allergies: if you have food allergies, please email ticketing@charlestonwineandfood.com by Friday, February 18. The chefs will do their best to accommodate, but we emphasize this is only a request
  • Should this event sell out and have a waitlist demand, Lyte will accept returns until Friday, February 18. Beginning February 19, tickets to this event cannot be returned via Lyte