Join us at Eli’s Table this Friday night for the musical stylings of Brazilian musician Duda Lucena. Lucena, singer and composer from Pernambuco (Recife, Brazil) “creates exquisite, romantic music, reminiscent of all the great Brazilian vocalists of the sixties who first introduced the rest of the world to Brazil’s unique sound, but with a modern freshness and originality,” wrote MARILYN M. GRAHAM, music critic for Destino magazine in Los Cabos, Mexico.
Lucena has performed in a variety of venues, theaters, festivals, and nightclubs, playing his own original muxic. Locally, Lucena has played at the Footlight Players Theatre, Charleston Music Hall, Piccolo Spoleto, and the Charleston Jazz Society to name a few.
If you missed it yesterday, Chef Steven Jankowski and Chef Brett McKee appeared on Lowcountry Live to promote Eli’s Table and their new dinner service. Steve prepared the coriander encrusted salmon over lemon herb quinoa, one of Eli’s more popular dinner items while Brett discussed the new dinner service and the different dishes Eli’s offers and how the menu was developed.
If you have not yet had dinner at Eli’s Table, join us! We take reservations on Open Table and by phone at 843-405-5115. Walk ins are welcome too. Join us at Eli’s Table. Open for breakfast and lunch everyday. Open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday night.
Join us this Friday, February 3rd as we celebrate this week’s First Friday Art Walk with the Wells Gallery. Eli’s will provide wine to gallery patrons and Art Walk participants at the gallery. The Wells Gallery is located at 125 Meeting Street and Eli’s Table is next door at 129 Meeting Street. The hours of the Art Walk are 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
We are open for dinner on Friday night (and every night except Sunday and Monday) and dinner reservations can be made on Open Table or by calling 405-5115. This Friday night, we’ll be featuring live music with the Oscar Rivers Band. The weather is supposed to be beautiful; join us in our beautiful courtyard for dinner!