L.I.M.E. turns medieval with April dinner

Image by Provided The stunning Mugdock Castle on Sullivan's Island.

L.I.M.E., Charleston's hottest underground dining experience, is taking a turn for the middle ages for its Saturday, April 16th, dinner.

The featured chef for April's installment of L.I.M.E. will be Blu Restaurant's John Cropf. Joining Cropt will be a mystery sommelier as well as guitarist Dori Chitayat.

So what makes this set-up so medieval? The setting: Sullivan's Island's own Mugdock Castle, 1401 Middle Street. The fortified home, built in 1891, guards the entrance to the Charleston Harbor.

Join L.I.M.E. for what's sure to be an unforgettable dining experience. The dinner begins at 5 p.m. and continues until 10 p.m. Cost is $125 per person, which includes all drink, food, gratuity, and tax. Proceeds from this dinner will go to benefit Dragon Boat of Charleston. To purchase tickets, visit www.limeincharleston.com.