Andy Henderson of Edmund's Oast; Daniel Heinze of McCrady's; Jason Stanhope of FIG; Jacques Larson of Wild Olive and The Obstinate Daughter and Kevin Johnson of The Grocery are among those joining chefs employed by Indigo Road managing partner Steve Palmer; Palmer is co-hosting the Oct. 12 event with Jeremiah Bacon, chef of the Macintosh and Oak Steakhouse.
The dinner at L'Atelier Le Creuset is priced at $200 a person, with VIP tickets and sponsorship packages also available.
Last year marked the debut of the fundraising gala. "We look forward to another amazing evening," Palmer is quoted as saying in a release.
To purchase tickets, visit ce.strength.org/events/no-kid-hungry-charleston.
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