What goes best with the debut of a Cuban photography exhibit? Duh — Cuban cocktails, Cuban music, and Cuban cuisine of course, which makes sense since Squire Fox’s La Papaya Nunca Duerme photography exhibit opens on Friday. “This is the first art exhibit we will host. I’ve always wanted to do a show with him,” says Bryan Lewis, owner and operator of the Mixson Bath & Raquet Club. In honor of Fox’s work, Bàsico will be putting a Cuban twist on its normally Latin-inspired food. Crostini with goat cheese, guava, and lamb bacon jam and the mojito bread pudding lollipops with rum anglais are just two dishes that have our mouths watering. Fox, a SCAD grad, has an extensive client list which includes Elle, Vanity Fair, and Travel & Leisure, but on Friday he’ll be hobnobbing with Charleston. The event is open to both the public and members, so it’s also a great chance to check out the club if you haven’t done so yet.