One of Charleston’s most acclaimed and accomplished chefs, Ken Vedrinski, has expanded his restaurant offerings with his newest venture, Coda del Pesce (Italian for “tail of the fish”). The 70+ seat contemporary Italian influenced restaurants showcases the area’s most untapped asset - the ocean and the view and menu hightlight this incredible bounty.

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    Chef Ken Vedrinski Hosts Chef Edward Lee in Charleston during Smoke & Pickles Book Tour for a Special Family Style Luncheon on August 30, 2013 at 12:30 PM at Trattoria Lucca

    CHARLESTON, SC—July 22, 2013—Louisville based Chef Edward Lee returns to Charleston on August 29 and 30 for a special two day celebration of the recent launch of his new cookbook Smoke & Pickles. During his visit he will participate in a special L ’Atelier Guest Chef Series at Le Creuset on Thursday and then will host a special family style luncheon with Chef Ken Vedrinski at Trattoria Lucca on Friday.

    Lee and Vedrinski, long time pals, have similar connections to family and the influence people like their grandmothers have had on their cooking. Together, they will collaborate on an entertaining gathering where platters of foods found in the book will be shared and stories will be intermixed throughout the event. The luncheon begins at 12:30pm and costs $75 for an all-inclusive three-course meal with a signed copy of Lee’s book. Space is extremely limited and reservations can be made by calling 843-973-3323 or email [email protected].

    Chef Lee is owner of 610 Magnolia and MilkWood in Louisville, Kentucky. He is a three time James Beard Foundation Award finalist for Best Chef: Southeast and he has competed on “Iron Chef America” and “Top Chef Texas”.  Smoke & Pickles is his first book and was named on Amazon’s Best Cookbook of the Year to date.

    One of the most acclaimed and accomplished chefs in Charleston SC, Vedrinski is the chef and owner of Trattoria Lucca in downtown and the newly opened Coda del Pesce, the city’s first Italian inspired seafood restaurant overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. He has been on the long list for the James Beard Awards in the Southeast Chef category for three years and his restaurants have been selected as Esquire’s Best New Restaurant and Best Italian Restaurant by Travel & Leisure.

    To learn more about the Edward Lee Family Style at Trattoria Lucca, visit