Our friends at the Southern Coterie are at it again: bringing together entrepreneurs who are passionate about the South. (You know we love that.) From small business owners to emerging and established brands, the Coterie provides attendees with the chance to connect and collaborate.
Here’s the rundown on the event, which takes place in Charleston April 30-May 2.
Southern Living Senior Editor Erin Shaw Street and Deputy Food Editor Whitney Wright will be host Cocktails & Conversation on Wednesday at High Wire Distilling. (We can’t wait to try their their sorghum whiskey.) Other Charleston favorites such as Husk Restaurant, Butcher & Bee, The Farmbar, and more will offer bites, while High Wire and Palmetto Brewery will supply libations.
One of our favorites on the agenda is Thursday’s spotlight on the creative work coming out of Thomasville, Georgia. The break will be presented by Fontaine Maury and will feature food from Schermer Pecans, Sweet Grass Dairy and Blackberry Patch. Nan Myers of Firefly will be styling the event.
Friday’s brunch, sponsored by Food for the Southern Soul, will supply their shrimp and grits, Callie’s Charleston Biscuits, Bloody Mary cocktails made with Charleston Mix, and pickles from Trey Dutton of The Inn At Palmetto Bluff‘s latest project, Keep Southern.
Join @ExploreCHS, @Southern_Living, and @TheSouthernCSummit on Twitter this Thursday at 2 p.m. Eastern as we chat about the event. Follow along through #TSCSummit and #Charleston.