Table 301 owner and euphoria co-founder Carl Sobocinksi was awarded the Order of the Palmetto during the kickoff of the 2020 euphoria festival Thursday night. Gov. Henry McMaster presented the award.
Charitable giving remains at the heart of euphoria food, wine, and music festival.
Can’t stop, won’t stop (but kinda want to) is the unofficial rallying cry of euphoria Sunday.
“Seeing Stars” is the name of the Michelin dinner on Saturday night of euphoria but could easily also be the theme of the entire day.
Friday as a regular euphoria attendee isn’t nearly as overwhelming as it likely was for the Association of Food Journalists (AFJ) members who started their day with a meat ‘n’ three at Stax Original at 8:30 a.m.
A recognizable cool breeze was felt. Cardigans were worn. Shirts remained dry. Neither hair nor make-up wilted. It was a euphoria miracle.
The festival's unofficial events provide food and entertainment at a lower price point.
These local acts are deserving of the spotlight at euphoria.
“Every year after the festival, we get calls from people who fell in love with the city during their visit, asking questions about potentially opening a restaurant here." -Morgan Allen, euphoria executive director