82 Queen will celebrate its 38th anniversary serving Lowcountry cuisine from Monday, February 24th to Sunday, March 1st. During that week, the restaurant will offer half-off all bottles of wine and will also donate a portion of the week’s proceeds to local organization, Catch Up on Lunch.
“Charleston is our home and has blessed us with 38 years of loyal business,” Jonathan Kish, Chief Executive Officer, Queen Street Hospitality Group, said. “For our anniversary, we’re happy to offer a weeklong wine special to our Charleston locals, but more importantly to raise money for a cause that our team passionately supports. Catch Up on Lunch gives assistance to Charleston area schools that have school lunch debt. Education is the foundation of our community and children need the proper nourishment to focus in school; we hope to rally the community together to support our school system with this initiative.”
The Lowcountry Blessing Box Project has partnered with fellow non-profit organization I Heart Hungry Kids, as well as the Queen Street Hospitality Group and the Charleston Restaurant Foundation to launch “Catch Up on Lunch” – a fundraising effort to repay past due lunch debt for public school children in Charleston, Dorchester and Berkeley Counties. More information can be found at https://catchuponlunch.com/
82 Queen is located at 82 Queen Street in downtown Charleston. For more information, visit www.82Queen.com.
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