One of the best exciting events to occur in Charleston, the foodie haven in South Carolina, that is celebrated annually is now about to begin. Surely, the people living there are the luckiest. Hundreds of restaurants will be participating in the annual event also called Restaurant Week South Carolina. It is celebrated for eleven days and is sponsored by Fork & Knife as well as Open Table. The two are the provider of real-time and free reservations for customers thru the internet.
The basic concept of the festivities is for the local restaurants to partner up with local chambers of commerce or organizations to advertise a whole week full of lunch and dinner specialties. The forty-three restaurants in Charleston who will participate in the event will present prix-fixe, three-and four-course menus.
The week is long for you to try the specialties of all the participating restaurants. Surely, it can be really drool-worthy just thinking of tasting what those restaurants can offer, especially if there are many to choose from. Below are the top five recommended places you should not miss out.
The ambiance of the restaurant is low-country living. The interior has an antique brick and heart pine floors. The staffs are hospitable and you can enjoy live jazz every night and during brunch ever Saturday and Sunday. Their Oyster Stew is highly recommended.
They have a rich decor that represents old-world steakhouses. They offer American-style fine dining with their prime steaks, fresh seafood and low-country specialties. Visit them at Upper King Street district and try their Filet Mignon.
39 Rue de Jean
The French styled restaurant has a cafe and bar that offers Brasserie menus with outdoor and indoor patio seating. The Ratatouille and Truffle Pommes Frites are a crowd favorite.
The restaurant is casual and southern-inspired and features a live fire grill. The cuisine is locally sourced. They also have a line-up of top-end bourbons. Have a taste of their shareable plates and handmade pastas.
The restaurant emphasizes sustainability by featuring regional and local fare in their upscale dining. The raw bar and bread pudding are one of the many suggestions.
Click on the link below to see the list of the participating restaurants. https://restaurantweeksouthcarolina.com/city/charleston/