While the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival will be turning Marion Square into a tent city (that requires $75 to enter), Ted’s Butcherblock will be turning their backyard into a little park with no cost to hang out and enjoy the scene. The Bushels will be playing bluegrass throughout the afternoon. Wesbtrook beer will be on tap for a mere $3 a cup or you could try your luck at “Crap or Craft,” a mystery beer game. They’ll have some free samples of oysters, hor d’oeuvres, and wine. And if you’re in the mood for something more hearty, you can opt for a $12 plate of house-smoked Painted Hills Beef with horseradish and cheddar mac and pickled green tomato slaw. Sounds like the perfect reward for giving up our favorite downtown park to the masses.