May 03, 2013 For the fourth year, the Gibbes Museum of Art hosted a street party in front of the building with food from some of Charleston’s top chefs, an open bar, dancing, art and more. Guests at Thursday night’s event had the opportunity to enjoy a blend of visual and culinary arts with food provided by Bon Bahn Mi, Caviar & Bananas, Charleston Grill, Circa 1886, Cypress, FIG, The Glass Onion, Hank’s, The Grocery, The Macintosh, McCrady’s, Oak, Palmetto Cafe, Red Drum, Slightly North of Broad, Sugar Bakeshop, Wild Olive and WildFlour Pastry. An open bar for the 21 and over crowd featured Ciroc Ultra Premium, Bulleit Bourbon and Canyon Road Winery. During the party, the museum unveiled the top selections chosen for the People’s Choice exhibit, and, as promised, performers breathed “life into portraits, landscapes and abstract paintings, diminishing the barriers between the community and art.” All proceeds went to the Gibbes Museum of Art.
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