Charleston Wine + Food announces 2023 lineup

CHARLESTON, S.C. (Lowcountry Weekend) - c

For the second year, the signature Culinary Village returns to North Charleston’s Riverfront Park. The Village will feature numerous “neighborhoods” across multiple acres showcasing the diverse culinary scene of the Lowcountry. A shuttle from downtown to Riverfront Park will be free for Culinary Village pass holders, and general admission guests can purchase shuttle access.

This year’s culinary talent will include iconic locals, visiting chefs and emerging and established craftspeople from throughout the region and nation. New local venues include Bar Rollins, Vern’s, Gingerline, The Last Saint and others.

“This festival is going to present a big, gorgeous array of food, drink, art, community and fun,” said Alyssa Maute Smith, Interim Executive Director. “We’ve retained a good bit of what has worked in the past, and folded in generous portions of new ideas and improvements on the model.”

Tickets for all events can be purchased online, and wait lists will be available for sold-out events, allowing guests to sell or buy high demand tickets on a third-party platform. For more information, check out