Charleston Wine & Food Festival Week Overview

Charleston Wine & Food Festival Week Overview

Therese and I had an absolutely fabulous time when we were in Charleston over the end of February and beginning of March for the city’s Wine & Food Festival.  It was our last visit to the city before we (gasp) move there to become residents in June, and we had two objectives to our visit: first, to enjoy the five days of the festival, and second, to make preparations for our June move in.

Since we were there on Sunday night, and the festival didn’t start until Wednesday night, that gave us time, in addition to meeting with contractors and shopping for furniture, to enjoy meals at some of Charleston’s great restaurants, outside of the festival.  I won’t go into any details here, since that is what the individual posts of each day’s adventures is all about.  Above you can get a bit of a preview of those events for which we were given wristbands – but not every event did that, and there was much much more.  Hope you enjoy reading about our Charleston adventures!

Sunday-Monday, February 26-27: Arriving in Charleston; meals at Artisan Meat Share, Pavilion Bar and Fig Restaurant

Tuesday, February 28: McCrady’s Tavern

Wednesday, March 1: trip to Middleton Place; Opening Night of the Wine & Food Festival

Thursday, March 2: Mirth Studios: Brown Dog Deli; Provost & Old Exchange; Dockside Supper at Boone Hall Plantation

Friday, March 3: Indaco Lunch; Coffee at Five Loaves Cafe; Descendants of Daniel at Woolfe Street Theater; Dinner at Tattooed Moose

Saturday, March 4: Culinary Village at Marion Square

Sunday, March 5: Fuller Bill of Fare Event at Aiken-Rhett House and Gatewood House

About Karl Peterson

Karl Peterson is an avid traveler, passionate about food and food-related entertainment, completely allergic to dairy. He is founder, owner and principle contributor to “The Dairy Free Traveler” blog. The Dairy Free Traveler perfectly dovetails two of his greatest areas of interest: traveling near and far, and searching for great cuisine (especially dairy free!)

The Dairy Free Traveler publishes original material about the dairy free lifestyle, eating the best food in the most interesting destinations around the world. Karl’s tours take him from thriving New York City, to exotic Marrakesh, to elegant Paris bistros — (yes! even Parisians have gotten on the dairy free bandwagon.)

The Dairy Free Traveler himself also engages with independent dairy free food producers, highlighting new dairy free product launches and events that support dairy free entrepreneurs.

Peterson is among the top 7 most widely read TripAdvisor reviewers in New York City and is repeatedly cited as a Top Contributor at TripAdvisor.com. His reviews have garnered more than 542,000 readers — half in the U.S., and half among the many countries he has visited around the world.

Beyond writing this blog, Peterson is a published author, with contributions to “Savoring Gotham” edited by Andrew F. Smith (published 2015 by Oxford University) and the forthcoming Oxford Companion to Cheese (a bit ironic, yes, but a professional is often asked to stretch beyond their comfort zone!).

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