Gibbes on the Street: The Year of the Gibbes
Imagine walking through gleaming golden gates into the heart of the Forbidden City, a place rich in culture and history. Sounds of drums beat, vibrant visuals of reds and yellows surround, and floating lanterns light up the night sky on the street in front of the newly renovated Gibbes Museum. The Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston presents “The Year of the Gibbes,” a celebration to be held May 12. Enjoy savories and sweets from The Atlantic Room, Caviar & Bananas, Charleston Grill, Circa 1886, Cypress, Drawing Room, Edmund’s Oast, Fat Hen, FIG, Fish, Cafe Framboise, The Grocery, Halls Chophouse, Hank’s, Indaco, The MacIntosh, McCrady’s, Oak Steakhouse, The Obstinate Daughter, Ocean Room, The Ordinary, 167 Raw, Slightly North of Broad, Wild Olive and WildFlour Pastry. 21 and up. Event will be held rain or shine. 135 Meeting Street in front of the Gibbes Museum (rain venue: Charleston Bus Shed).