If you follow James Beard Award-, Emmy-, and Charleston-heart-winning chef Sean Brock on Instagram, you might be familiar with the master’s constant culinary experimentations. Now, for $125 a pop (plus tax, tip, and various beverages), you can get a front-row seat to sample those concoctions at his 18-seat, 16-course tasting-menu-only dining space. If you’re into food “experiences,” as a sign on the front door calls the meals, the steep price is well-spent. Case in point: those who are excited—and not alarmed—by a bonsai tree-turned-serving dish that contains a piece of sorghum-saturated dehydrated eggplant jerky are in the right place. We don’t want to give too much else away (it’s more fun to be surprised), but the quail egg tart; watermelon-glazed roast duck (pictured); and chocolate, rooibos tea, and huckleberry dessert prepared bar-side are particularly unforgettable.