Elliotborough Mini Bar hosts Burger Supreme & The Unknown Brewing Co during Charleston Wine + Food


It's supremely tasty on the fringe


Looking for a Wine + Food dinner that won’t drain your bank account? Elliotborough Mini Bar’s got you covered. For their CHS Wine + Food fringe event, the Bar hosts a fun and affordable evening, this year featuring NYC pop-up burger stand Burger Supreme — they’ve popped up at VICE and Moogfest — and Charlotte-based The Unknown Brewing Co.

Stop by Thursday, March 2, from 5 to 9 p.m. for a $20 burger, side, and drink, or bring a friend for a damn good deal of two burgers, a side, plus drinks for $35.

Order your meal ahead of time as the eats are limited.

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