Little Chef Big Chef
In its sixth year, Louie's Kids' marquee fundraiser is shaking things up a bit. While last year's event was held at the South Carolina Aquarium, this year's competition will be moving to a more intimate venue, The Ordinary. As such, the number of tickets will be capped at 80, so get them while they last. Presented by Whole Foods, the culinary competition raises funds for Louie's Kids, a national nonprofit that helps treat childhood obesity and aims to help kids live a healthier, more productive life. This year's chef lineup includes The Ordinary's own Mike Lata, Marc Collins from Circa 1886, Craig Diehl from Cypress and Michelle Weaver from Charleston Grill. The chefs, teamed up with a child from the Louie's Kids program who has demonstrated a commitment to forming healthy habits and an active lifestyle, will be serving farm-to-table inspired menus.
When: 7-9:30 p.m. Monday
Where: The Ordinary, 544 King St.
For more info: 414-7060
James Beard winner Mike Lata, along with Marc Collins, Craig Diehl and Michelle Weaver, will participate in the sixth Little Chef Big Chef competition, held this year at The Ordinary.×
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