Chefs are competitive. They have cook-offs and throw-downs and showdowns — and sometimes their bets boil over beyond the kitchen. For example, Hilton Head chefs Clayton Rollison and Lee Lucier wagered on this year’s Super Bowl. The chef whose team won got to unabashedly flaunt it by hosting a dinner with his cuisine at the losing chef’s restaurant. The winning chef also got to select the charity to benefit from the dinner’s proceeds. So with the game over and chef Rollison’s team defeated, he will open the doors at Lucky Rooster Kitchen + Bar to chef Lucier of FISH Seafood and Raw Bar for a dinner to benefit Volunteers in Medicine. The menu that evening has dishes like Not New England Clam Chowdah and Braised G.O.A.T. that oh-so-subtly remind who won and lost the game. Reservations for the dinner Thursday, March 1, are available beginning at 6 p.m. and can be made by calling 843-681-3474.