First Guerrilla Cuisine, Now L.I.M.E. – Underground Dinning Experience in Charleston

A friend of mine who happens to be a phenomenal flamenco guitar players, Dori Chitayat, invited me to  L.I.M.E. (Local. Impromptu. Moveable. Evening.). As Guerrilla Cuisine, the original underground dining experience, is celebrating its third year, L.I.M.E. pops up on the local culinary scene.

Guerrilla Cuisine, called by the Post & Courier, a “freaky-deaky dinner party” is hosted by a network of artists, musicians and chefs, and put together for hip, adventurous souls. Under the leadership of Jimihatt, the underground dinner features local produce and products prepared by celebrity chefs. The art on display is created by local artists. Jimihatt’s Guerrilla Cuisine dinners are legendary.

L.I.M.E. is a creation of local chef who originally hails from the 
twin islands of Trinidad 
and Tobago, Renata Dos Santos.

On April 16 from 5-10pm, L.I.M.E. will host its second dinner. The event features Jon Cropf of Blu Restaurant on Folly Beach with a mystery sommelier, and Flamenco and Latin Jazz guitarist, Dori Chitayat.

The dinner will be at Mugdock Castle on Sullivan’s Island.

The cost is $125 and includes all food, drink, tax and gratuity. Proceeds will benefit Dragon Boat of Charleston.

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One response to “First Guerrilla Cuisine, Now L.I.M.E. – Underground Dinning Experience in Charleston

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