If you’re looking for an evening of local food and wine, with a delectable selection of fine art, the 4th annual Palette & Palate Stroll is being held in historical Charleston on Fri. July 17 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

This year, the unofficial theme for the Palette and Palate Stroll is “food and camaraderie.” During the event, strollgoers can sample food and taste wine from local restaurants, while taking in artwork featured at Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association member galleries.

Here are the pairings:

Ann Long Fine Art & Oak Steakhouse

Carolina Galleries & Circa 1886

Charleston Renaissance Gallery & High Cotton

Corrigan Gallery & Cypress

Ella Richardson Fine Art & Social

John Doyle Art Gallery & 82 Queen

Helena Fox Fine Art & the Boathouse

Horton Hayes Fine Art & Shine

Martin Gallery & Fat Hen and Wild Olive

Robert Lange Studios & FIG

Smith Killian Fine Art & McCrady’s

The Sylvan Gallery & Halls Chophouse

Wells Gallery & Charleston Grill

Lese Corrigan, president of CFADA, says they’re hoping to sell out this year. “It’s a way to taste food from 13 different restaurants, to meet new people, to try something different in a non-intimidating situation,” Corrigan says.

The best part? Tickets are only $30, which includes food and wine, and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Visual Arts Scholarship Fund.

E-mail info@cfada.com or by call (843) 819-8006 for more info.

Photo from Robert Lange’s show Measure: Creatures Great + Small.

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