Fish hosts board meetings, fundraisers and guest speakers for this local GBLT non-profit.
Participant in the Dine Around dinner, Bubbles and Sweets and Culinary Village.
The American Theater is a sponsor for the annual CIFF and the screenings take place at the AT.
The 10th largest 10K in the world, The Cooper River Bridge Run brings swarms of people from all over the southeast and beyond to Charleston for a weekend of fitness and festivities. Lowndes Grove has hosted the annual press conference for the past two years and Randall was an integral part of the decision to reroute the race course in 2010. He successfully changed the course of the runners to come down King Street instead of Meeting Street so that the runners would pass all of the local businesses located on Upper King.
Offers traditional musicals and plays, as well as original plays.
Louie's Kids is a nonprofit organization that raises funds to help treat childhood obesity, which afflicts 25 million American children today.
The Patricks (Charles & Celeste) are major financial supporters of the arts and Charles is President of the CBT Board. The Black Box Theater (home to CBT) is located across the street from Fish on Upper King Street, so we often partner with them for after parties following performances or dinners beforehand.
Fish and Chamber Music Charleston partnered together in 2009 for a Mozart & Moo Shu event for children in Marion Square. They partnered again in 2010 for a prix-fixe dinner to correspond with a symphony performance on King Street.
Sponsored by Charleston magazine, many fashion week events take place just down the street from Fish in Marion Square. In 2009, Fish hosted the official after party of the final runway show with rave reviews from the city’s fashionistas, and Fish is now in discussions with Charleston magazine to be associated with this event again.
A program created by the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association and Mickey Baskt, Feed The Need provides meals from top local restaurants to over 20,000 homeless a year. Fish participates in this program by donating 400 meals once a year that are divided between four local non-profits. Fish also makes regular food donations to local soup kitchens and homeless shelters like Crisis Ministries.
Florence Crittenton has provided shelter and support for single mothers in South Carolina since 1897 and aims to foster the development of healthy babies and strong, competent parents. This safe haven for young mothers is located in the Wagener Terrace neighborhood by Lowndes Grove. Every December Lowndes Grove hosts a holiday reception for the girls with hot cocoa, gifts, cookies and tree decorating.
Fish has committed to using 25% local products on their menu.
Chef Romo and local top chefs volunteer time and food supplies to an annual event benefiting childhood hunger. Event was featured on CNN.
As a Platinum Partner, we have committed to serve as much sustainable seafood as possible in our restaurant.
Travel Council is the private sector marketing fund for the Charleston CVB's promotional programs and is composed of businesses that benefit from the local tourism industry, both directly and indirectly. The mission of Travel Council is to raise promotional dollars to match public sector funding, ensuring that the local hospitality industry continues to thrive.
WINGS is a local non-profit after school program that focuses on social and emotional development of elementary school children. Fish has partnered with WINGS to contribute a portion of restaurants sales to the organization one day a week, and is currently planning a fundraising event for Spring of 2010.
Fish is a business member of LLF and therefore committed to supporting local growers, fisherman, and various purveyors by creating seasonal menus based on locally-sourced ingredients. Fish is also a sponsor of the annual Chef’s Potluck and participant in the Buy Local and 10% shift movements sponsored by LLF.
Fish supplies a meeting space for this organization in the Chart room every first Wednesday of the month. Also participates in King Street Shop Walks and various events and promotions throughout the year.
An eco-gastronomic nonprofit organization, Fish has become a member to further their commitment to local, sustainable and organic products and methods whenever possible.