Top Chefs Create Colorful Cuisine for Gibbes Annual Street Party
CHARLESTON, S.C., April 20, 2018 – After a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation, the Gibbes Museum of Art will host its 9th Annual Street Party in celebration of its recently restored 112-year-old stately Beaux Arts home. This year, the all-star lineup of Charleston chefs will be challenged to create a dish inspired by 2018 spring color trends exclusively for the Street Party.
The event will feature food from more than 20 local restaurants, in addition to an open bar and Gibbes signature cocktail. Inspired by the spring color trends on display, guests will have the chance to win original works of art by some of Charleston’s well-known artists.
“The Gibbes’ Street Party is without a doubt the best party of the year,” said Mickey Bakst, general manager of Charleston Grill. “This year’s dishes, infused with colorful spring hues, are guaranteed to reflect Charleston’s diverse food scene – in both look and taste.”
This year’s theme, “Paint Your Palate” seamlessly intertwines Charleston’s vibrant culinary culture with its rich artistic heritage. Menus will be based on the inspiration gleaned from each chef’s spring color palette of choice. “We are delighted to bring together the Charleston community for another spectacular street party at the Gibbes, where the culinary and artistic worlds of Charleston collide for one colorful evening of celebration,” said Jena Clem, special events manager at the Gibbes.
All proceeds benefit the Gibbes Museum of Art. Note: tickets are only available for advance purchase.
• Date: May 3, 2018
• Time: 7:30 – 10:00 p.m.
• Location: 135 Meeting St. Charleston, S.C. 29401
• Price: $150 for museum members/$175 for nonmembers
• Tickets: (843)722-2706 x241 or www.gibbesmuseum.org/streetparty
The Atlantic Room, Butcher & Bee / The Daily, Café Framboise, Carmella’s, Caviar & Bananas, Charleston Grill, Charleston Place Pastry, Chez Nous, Circa 1886, Edmund’s Oast, FIG / The Ordinary, Grill 225, Halls Chophouse / Slightly North of Broad, Henrietta’s, Husk / McCrady’s / Minero, Indaco / Oak Steakhouse / The Macintosh, Le Farfalle, Melfi’s / Little Jack’s / Leon’s, Red Drum, Revival, The Grocery, The Obstinate Daughter / Wild Olive, WildFlour Pastry, Zero George.
Bank of America, U.S. Trust, Publix Super Markets Charities, Skyline Tent Company, Carriage Properties, Production Design Associates, Johnson Controls, Inc., Kathleen Rivers Interior Design, Lynch Cracraft Wealth Management of Raymond James, The Vendue, Croghan’s Jewel Box, Francis Marion Hotel, Mt., Pleasant Dermatology, LLC, Ketel One Vodka, Cobalt Property Group, Palmetto Parking, UBS, MIX, Charleston Magazine.
To purchase tickets, visit www.gibbesmuseum.org/streetparty
About the Gibbes Museum of Art
Home to the Carolina Art Association, established in 1858, the Gibbes Museum of Art is recognized among the oldest arts organizations in the United States. Housing one of the foremost collections of American Art from the 18th century to the present, the museum’s mission is to enhance lives through art by engaging people of every background and experience with art and artists of enduring quality and by providing opportunities to learn, to discover, to enjoy and to be inspired by the creative process. For more information, visit www.gibbesmuseum.org.
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Top Image: photo by MCG Photography.