Want a tasty way to kick off the new year? The Greater Charleston Restaurant Association has announced that the next edition of Charleston Restaurant Week will run from Wednesday, January 9th through Sunday, January 20th (yes, that means Restaurant “Week” is actually 12 days long).
For those unfamiliar with the culinary celebration, diners spend the “week” sampling the varying cuisine of the Lowcountry. Participating restaurants offer prix fixe menus, discounted prices, or other specials throughout the event.
“What better way to kick off the New Year than with Charleston Restaurant Week?” Greater Charleston Restaurant Association President John Keener said. “It’s the perfect time of year for both locals and visitors to explore Charleston’s ever-evolving culinary scene and we are so excited to be offering new restaurants and new menus for diners to experience in January.”
Over 80 restaurants participate in Charleston Restaurant Week twice a year (both in September and January). Newcomers joining the roster this January include Nico, Bourbon N’ Bubbles, Henry’s, Josephine Wine Bar, Swig & Swine (downtown), and Tradd’s.
To a see a list of participating restaurants and their menus, click here.
Charleston Restaurant Week also includes the South Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association’s (SCRLA) installment of Restaurant Week South Carolina, set from January 10-20.
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