Chef John Currence and friends come to Charleston for a special Big Bad Breakfast Takeover at the Marina Variety Store on Friday, March 3 to benefit his charity—Move On Up Foundation and locally based Lowcountry Street Grocery. For $50 per person, guests can come to the first-ever late night breakfast served at the illustrious waterfront restaurant. Chefs John Currence, Kelly English of Restaurant Iris/Second Line in Memphis, Sarah Simmons and Aaron Hoskins of Birds & Bubbles in New York/Rise Bakery in Columbia, and host Chef Ryan Collins of the Variety Store will collaborate on a five course breakfast inspired dinner served family style. Cocktails crafted by the always dynamic Gary Crunkleton of The Crunkleton in Chapel Hill and Alba Huerta of Julep in Houston will be available for purchase a la carte along with wine and beer. Seats are extremely limited for the 10:00, 10:30, and 11:00 p.m seatings. Ticket holders also get access to the BevCon™ Pop-Up at Salty Mike’s that begins immediately following the upstairs breakfast themed dinner.
Down below at dive bar Salty Mike’s is a special bar Pop-Up presented by BevCon™ beginning at 11:00 p.m. featuring drinks by Jayce McConnell of Edmund’s Oast, Jerry Slater from Atlanta, Alba Huerta of Julep in Houston, and Gary Crunkleton of The Crunkleton. All drinks are available for purchase. There will be a special menu featuring High Wire Distilling spirits with all the proceeds benefiting the two charities noted above. Included with your $10 ticket entry to attend the event will be small bites by Chef Chris Stewart of The Glass Onion and Rebecca Masson of Fluff Bake Bar in Houston.
All proceeds from the two events benefit these two awesome charities.