Five chefs from some of Charleston’s most popular restaurants will compete Tuesday to prepare the best five-course cuisine — not with their full staff, but with the help of one pint-sized side-kick. The competition is the seventh annual Little Chef, Big Chef dinner hosted by Louie’s Kids, a local nonprofit aimed at getting kids to make changes in their lifestyles to improve their overall health and wellbeing. Each year, the organization pairs one of its kids with a local chef who spend weeks crafting a recipe and strategy for the cook-off. Chefs this year are: Amanee Neirouz and Nate Whiting of Four Ninety-Two, Jason Stanhope of FIG, Jacques Larson of the Wild Olive and the Obstinate Daughter and Kevin Johnson of The Grocery. At the dinner, each course is served with a special wine or beer pairing. Proceeds benefit the local organization.
When: 7-10 p.m. Monday
Where: Four Ninety-Two, 492 King St.
More info: 203-6338 to reserve tickets or www.LouiesKids.org