In order to celebrate their two-year anniversary, The Lot is hosting The Pig Out, an event that brings diners and the restaurant team together for an evening of food, beer, and live music. The Lot will smoke half a hog from Keegan-Filion farm to serve alongside locally sourced sides, which will be chosen the week-of the party. The Lot receives the majority of their fresh ingredients from places such as Ambrose Family Farm on Wadmalaw Island, Joseph Fields Farm, GrowFood, Sweetbay Produce and Nursery, Sweet Greens Farm on Johns Island, and Geechie Boy Market and Mill on Edisto Island. Local brew fanatics don’t want to miss the opportunity to try Westbrook’s new beer. The name of the new suds will be announced at The Pig Out. In addition to beer, attendees can sip on some Cathead vodka samples. The Pig Out is a way to celebrate The Lot’s two years of success and growth in the Charleston community. “You have to stick to your guns,” says Chelsea Campbell, a team member at The Lot. “Especially being attached to a music venue, you have to embrace who you are and run with it. I think that is what keeps us in good standing with the neighborhood.” To go along with The Lot’s mantra “where beats meet fresh beets,” Cane Creek String Band will serenade the local food-eating crowd.