Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (6/6/18)

I created the "Leftovers" series to ensure I could share as much food and bev news as possible, so here's the latest:

  1. Short Grain has expanded their hours at Edmund's Oast Brewing Company (EOBC) on Tuesdays to include lunch. From 11 am to 4 pm, a special lunch menu will be available in the taproom. Short Grain will then begin offering their Kushiyaki Happy Hour from 4 pm to 6 pm. Regular dinner service begins at 5 pm and continues until the menu runs out. EOBC’s bar will remain open all day from 11 am to 10 pm. To learn more, visit edmundsoast.com/brewing-co.

  2. Treat Dad to the ultimate Father’s Day gift with Mercantile and Mash’s Butcher Box. This sampler of top quality meat will come with a 24 oz. bone-in Certified Angus Beef Prime Ribeye, 2.5 pounds of ground burger meat, six house made bratwursts, four chicken breasts and a bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin, all for $99. Top it off by customizing your box with a bottle of Virgil Kaine Bourbon for a total of $120. The Butcher Box is available from now until Saturday, June 16t. For more information or to place your order, call (843) 793-2636.
  3. In honor of LGBT pride month through the month of June, Tabbuli is serving $10 Kickback Mules prepared with Belle Isle Black Label, Ruby Red Grapefruit, or Honey Habanero Moonshine(s) combined with ginger beer and lime.

    The specialty cocktails will eventually roll out for service at two other Charleston Hospitality Group (CHG) properties, Queology and HonkyTonk Saloon.

    Enjoy the goodwill with every refreshing sip, knowing that Belle Isle will donate a percentage of sales from each drink sold to Fisher House Charleston, a charitable organizing that provides housing for Charleston area veterans, active service members, and their families during hospitalizations or extended medical treatment.

  4. Bay Street Biergarten is bringing The Funky Brunch back on Sunday, June 24th from 11 am to 3 pm. Enjoy the brunch menu, funky beats from The Louie D Project (starting at noon), and specials on funky sour beers.

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