Lowcountry Local First is set host its seventh-annual Eat Local Challenge throughout this month. The initiative is a month-long challenge to eat locally produced food. Lowcountry Local First is asking participants to pledge to shift $10 or more of their weekly food spending toward purchasing local food.
The RiverDogs baseball team is set to host multiple pop-ups with a different restaurants each Tuesday during home games this year at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park. Chef Jeffrey Stoneberger of 2Nixons is set to provide the first live and local fare, serving a nontraditional ramen and other Japanese and Korean-inspired dishes on April 17. Other local pop-ups that will be included this season include Rebel Taqueria, Pub Fare and Kwei Fei.
Tickets are $40.
Felix Cocktails et Cuisine is scheduled to host happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. A pared down version of the raclette burger, salt and vinegar frites, drink discounts and a rotating cocktail of the day deal will be available.