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Isle of Palms Office

1400 Palm Boulevard
Isle of Palms, SC 29451
843.886.5600

Real Estate Inquiries:
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Folly Beach Office

31 Center Street
Folly Beach, SC 29439
843.588.3800

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The Real Estate Studio

214 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401
843.722.5618

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Vacation Rental Inquiries:
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Kiawah Seabrook Office

1887 Andell Bluff Boulevard
Johns Island, SC 29455
843.768.9800

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Tag: Lowcountry Cuisine

Charleston Restaurant Week

Get ready for another Charleston Restaurant Week – January 10-21, 2018! The event, carried out by the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association, Inc (GCRA), is one of the most highly anticipated culinary events here in the Charleston area. It is a fantastic opportunity to try some of the best cuisine the Lowcountry has to offer.  Participating restaurants offer prix fixe lunch and dinner menus throughout the area.  Here is a “taste” of some of the participating restaurants:

Charleston Restaurant Week

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Ink and Ivy – Downtown Charleston

This eclectic restaurant offers delectable American cuisine, from raw and fresh seafood, to seared certified angus steak.  Start your meal with a cool cocktail or choose from a variety of craft beers with both local and international appeal.   Whether your looking for an edgy date night or just a late night drink, you’ll find that they have something for everyone.  For restaurant week, Ink and Ivy is offering 4 courses for $35

Charleston Restaurant Week

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492 – Downtown Charleston

History buffs will appreciate the extensive renovation of this charming restaurant.  The building dates back to the early 1800s and sat abandoned since Hurricane Hugo. During renovations, spearheaded by local architect Reggie Gibson, as much of the original building was left intact as possible.  The interior features a contemporary dining room downstairs, a romantic space upstairs, and a picturesque courtyard overlooking King Street.  At 492, enjoy executive Chef Josh Keeler’s award-winning cuisine from lamb to swordfish, just be sure to save room for one of their scrumptious desserts!

Charleston Restaurant Week

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Coast Bar and Grill – Downtown Charleston

For those of you looking for some fresh catch, Coast Bar and Grill might just be the place for you.  Their chefs meet every day with local farmers and fishermen to purchase the freshest seafood and produce in the area.  Local favorites include a selection of wood-grilled fresh fish, seared tuna, fish tacos and the full raw bar.  For restaurant week, Coast will be serving 3 courses for $30

Charleston Restaurant Week

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Stella’s – Downtown Charleston

If you are looking for something different from the typical Lowcountry cuisine, try Stella’s.  This classy throwback diner offers traditional Greek dishes and shareable meze (happy hour with small pates and drink specials) along with a special Mediterranean style Sunday brunch. Special for Resaturant Week is $10 Apps/Meze and $20 Entrees/Main.

Looking to nosh outside of the downtown Peninsula? There are plenty of participating restaurants in Charleston’s surrounding communities too!

The Granary – Mt. Pleasant

Enjoy a Lowcountry inspired menu in the heart of Mt. Pleasant.   The Granary’s menu focuses on the seasonal ingredients from the region that are sourced from local farms. The menu boasts a selection of Southern staples including baked oysters, fried chicken, and duck pot pie.  Top it off with their signature seasonal punch, that they conveniently keep on tap.  For restaurant week, The Granary is offering a number of 3 course options for $30.

Al Di La – West Ashley

Al Di La, a small West Ashley gem, is home to a lively bar and some of the most delicious homemade pastas this side of the Atlantic. They are also known for crafting amazing specialty drinks. The cozy dining room is a popular spot, especially during Restaurant Week when they offer an extensive menu with more choices than some other participating spots. You cannot go wrong with their Duck Confit Tagliatelle and their Fettucine Bolognese is pretty special.  Offering: 3 for $25, 3 for $33, or 4 for $42

Tomasso at Turtle Point – Kiawah Island

Yes, Charleston Restaurant Week spreads all the way out to Kiawah Island!  Enjoy authentic Italian dishes from Chef Derick Wade while overlooking the Turtle Point Golf Course. Start any meal off with a bowl of warm tomato basil bisque. For restaurant week, Tomasso will be serving 3 courses for $30.

There are so many terrific choices to dine in and around Charleston.  For the full list of participating restaurants and their featured menus, check out the Restaurant Week page.

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