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Enjoy a Chefs’ Kitchen Tour

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IMG_7300On this Charleston Culinary Tours’ three hour walking tour, you will meet the talented chefs behind some of Charleston’s greatest restaurants and gain insight into their ideas, methods and creativity. The Chefs’ Kitchen Tour will visit five restaurants and introduce you to lowcountry chefs who will discuss the inspirations for their restaurants and provide a tour of their kitchens. In addition to visiting kitchens, the tour will include various samples along the way, including coffee and pastries, delicious biscuits from a celebrated Charleston biscuit maker and a selection of traditional southern dishes.

HOURS: Thursday and Friday 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

MEETING PLACE: 375 Meeting Street, Charleston Visitor Center, Ann Street entrance

COST: $60 per person

All Charleston Culinary Tours are limited in size in order to deliver an intimate, personalized experience. Each day is unique as destinations rotate according to restaurant availability. Tours are held rain or shine. These are walking tours and historic Charleston has a number of very uneven cobblestone streets and sidewalks, so wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Each guest will have ample opportunity to interact with your tour guide as well as the chefs and other restaurant staff that you meet.

For more information or to book this Chefs’ Kitchen Tour, please visit www.charlestonculinarytours.com.

Swig & Swine Anniversary with Free Ribs

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Swig & Swine its “swiners” to celebrate with a One Year Anniversary Party on Wednesday, May 27 starting at 11am. The first 100 603844_417795895060081_7466388330156421807_nguests through the doors will receive a free rack of Swig & Swine’s famous ribs. Additionally, guests can enjoy $1 Palmetto Brewery Amber Ales throughout the day, and the first 100 people to order these brews will get to keep the pint glass. The festivities continue when Swig & Swine throws a Pig Pickin’ Picnic in their parking lot on Sunday, May 31. Starting at 5pm, guests will enjoy a whole hog roast, a beer truck, food specials, and much more.

“We can’t thank our customers and staff enough for such an incredible first year,” said Jonathan Kish, Chief Operating Officer of Queen Street Hospitality. “We’re passionate about making our guests happy and giving back to the community, and we believe we’ve fulfilled that goal within our first year, and look forward to many more ahead.”

“I couldn’t have imagined a better first year,” said Anthony DiBernardo, Partner and Executive Chef at Swig & Swine. Our guests have become family, and there’s nothing more rewarding than seeing the smiles on their faces as they chow down on our food.”

1401892_215383218634684_290413481_oLocated in West Ashley off Savannah Highway, Swig & Swine serves authentic Lowcountry BBQ, heaping side dishes and cold craft beers in a fun, casual atmosphere. Swig & Swine is all about great food, drinks, company, and giving back to the local community. Swig & Swine is part of the Queen Street Hospitality Group, which also includes Charleston favorites 82 Queen and Lowcountry Bistro.

For more information visit SwigandSwineBBQ.com.

Vote for the Best Shrimp and Grits in Charleston

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Charleston Culinary Tours is looking for the top shrimp and grits in the Lowcountry. Voters will have the chance to choose the best with a six round bracket-style contest. 64 restaurants from Husk, Amen Street and Prohibition to Tavern & Table, Another Broken Egg Café and many more will start in the running but only one will remain in the end. Voters who register will also be entered to win several Downtown and Upper King Street culinary tours as well as Mixology tours, not to mention a culinary getaway grand prize which includes a two night stay at Wild Dunes Resort, a culinary tour and dinner for two at the winning restaurant. Participants can vote at www.charlestonculinarytours.com now through April 6th.

“We wanted to offer a fun culinary contest to run in conjunction with the timing of the NCAA basketball tournament,” said Oscar Hines, co-owner of Charleston Culinary Tours. “We chose the restaurants and seeds for the contest but it is up to the fans to choose the best shrimp and grits in Charleston.”
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Charleston Culinary Tours combine the best of Charleston history, cocktails and food with unique tours that highlight the Lowcountry. Each Charleston Culinary Tour visits several different restaurants, bars or the Farmer’s Market to combine elements of a historical tour with a culinary adventure. The food and drinks on the tours are chosen by various restaurant and bar partners and feature an array of eclectic dishes and concoctions that provide insight into Charleston’s cuisine and cocktail scene. On each tour, guests will not only have an opportunity to sample some of the Lowcountry’s finest offerings, but also to meet the owners, chefs and mixologists behind Charleston’s impressive culinary and bar innovations.

For additional information about the shrimp and grits contest or to enter, please visit www.charlestonculinarytours.com.

A Culinary Adventure: 72 Hours in Charleston

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Planning a culinary adventure in Charleston?  Here’s an itinerary to chew on!

Thursday:

IMG_6797Morning — Chefs’ Kitchen Tour – Start your trip off by visiting the kitchens and meeting the chefs in some of Charleston’s top restaurants.  On this five stop tour your guide, Hoon Calhoun, will educate you on Charleston’s culinary history and orient you with regard to Charleston’s best restaurants today.  The tour starts with coffee and doughnuts at Glazed, Charleston’s gourmet, homemade, delicious, I-can’t-believe-this-is-in-a-doughnut shop, and proceeds to visit two restaurant kitchens, 1 amazing biscuit shop in the form of Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit, and finishes at Southern stalwart, Virginia’s on King for some southern staples and storytelling!

Lunch — Dine at Two Boroughs Larder — Josh and Heather Keeler’s Two Boroughs Larder is where Charleston chefs go to eat.  Charleston’s celebrity Chef Sean Brock has called Two Boroughs Larder the best restaurant in Charleston.  Go judge for yourself and order everything on the menu to be sure.  This is the place to take chances as you probably won’t recognize half of the ingredients on the menu but trust in Josh’s capable hands and discriminating taste.  Everything will be delicious and some dishes will be transcendent. In between courses, take a moment to explore the selection of hard goods and specialty products available for purchase.

Afternoon — Pastries and coffee — After lunch, exiting Two Boroughs, you’ll find yourself smack dab in the middle of what is emerging as Charleston’s pastry epicenter.  Stroll to Sugar Bakeshop and have the first of many delicious pastries, choosing one or two of a variety of cupcakes or cookies.  The selection varies daily, but on Thursdays the options include the Lady Baltimore Cupcake, which should not be missed!  Sugar Bakeshop’s owners Bill and Dave are architects from New York City who relocated to Charleston where their visual aesthetic is apparent as everything in the display cases is as beautiful as it is delicious.  Enjoy your treat in Sugar’s quaint courtyard.  From Sugar, consider visiting Wildflour Pastry or Brown’s Court Bakery for another delicious treat and a cup of coffee.  All are within a block or so of Sugar and along the way you can explore the rapidly gentrifying Cannonborough/Elliotborough neighborhood.

Dinner – Burwell’s – After a nap, try out Burwell’s.  Billed as a “modern steakhouse”, Burwell’s strikes a delicate balance between old and new in downtown Charleston.  The restaurant is a beautiful combination of two beautifully restored and repurposed buildings.  The ambiance is warm and sophisticated, with a cosmopolitan tilt that is more commonly found on Upper King Street.  The food is just as sophisticated and Chef Jordan Moore does a terrific job of expressing his creativity within the confines of his restaurant’s steakhouse paradigm, not to mention Pastry Chef Mark Heywood-Washington whimsical and delicious desserts.

After Dinner — Head on over to The Gin Joint for an after dinner drink.  You’ll be stunned by their attention to detail and the inventive drinks they concoct.  If cocktails not your thing, no problem. Try the Craftsman Kitchen and Tap House, a beer emporium featuring 48 beers on Tap!  Still not satisfied?  Give Social Wine Bar a try as it features up to 60 wines by the glass and a 4,000 bottle display cellar.

Friday:

Callie's Hot Little BiscuitMorning – Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit – You’re in Charleston on a culinary vacation, so why not?  This adorable 8 foot wide (yes, really, it’s 8 feet wide) makes fresh, melt-in-your-mouth biscuits that, combined with their French-press coffee, are a perfect way to start your day.  The Ham Biscuit is a classic (featured on the Today Show and QVC), but several sweet varieties are available as well.  There are a few seats near the front of the shop, which is a good place to enjoy your biscuits and watch the crowds flock in to get these little bites of heaven.

Lunch – After exploring Upper King Street’s shops, have an early lunch at Artisan Meat Share (AMS) whish is Craig Deihl’s love letter to meat.  The concept for AMS grew out of cured meat CSA that Chef Deihl launched at Cypress, his other restaurant, in 2009.  Now, instead of meats being available only on a limited, seasonal, basis, the smorgasbord of award winning meats is now available daily (as well as gourmet sandwiches, fresh butcher shop products and house made condiments).  Think juicy Porchetta with pork cracklins, Pastrami piled high, house made Braunschweiger! To satisfy your meat cravings later, feel free to take one of the dozens of meats which are cooked, cured, smoked or otherwise prepared in house home for later consumption.

Afternoon – It’s time to take an Upper King Street Culinary Tour with Charleston Culinary Tours.  This 2.5 hour tour explores Charleston’s Upper King Street district, which is quickly becoming the city’s gastronomic hub.  Stopping at three restaurants for food samples and one restaurant for dessert, the Upper King Street Culinary tour will introduce you to some of Charleston’s best restaurants and educate you with regard to the lowcountry’s rich culinary history and current cooking trends.  There is plenty of food on this tour, so pace yourself as you eat your way around this rapidly evolving foodie destination.

Dinner – In The Kitchen with Bob Waggoner.  Join Chef Bob in his downtown Charleston showcase kitchen, where you will cook and laugh alongside him to prepare and enjoy a seasonal tasting menu inspired by the many farmers, fisherman, and artisans of the Lowcountry.  Whatever your experience level, in these cooking classes Chef Bob will teach you the tips and techniques to help you build your confidence in the kitchen.  There will be no pressure, no recipes, or even dishes to wash at the end of the night!  Just a fun and truly unique dinner party experience with every detail carefully crafted by Chef Bob himself.

Saturday:

Mercury_BOW5906Brunch – Prohibition – Chef Stephen Thompson’s weekend brunches might be the most popular in Charleston, and with good reason!  Chef Thompson has distinguished himself as being a genius in simply making food taste good.  His menus are both inventive and delicious, and the friendly bartenders at Prohibition have no problem recreating the hair-of-the-dog-that-bit-you in order to aid in your speedy next day recovery.  Chef Thompson’s duck hash has essentially achieved legendary status among the College of Charleston crowd as he will make you consider rabbit in an entirely new and favorable light while his Blueberry Baskets are irresistibly delicious.  Insider tip – to heighten your post-meal sense of awe, stroll back to see Prohibition’s tiny kitchen, which is probably smaller than your home kitchen, and consider how so many meals are prepared so efficiently in such a small space!

Afternoon – Charleston Distillery Tour –Long stymied by antiquated state laws, local distilleries are now starting to produce spirits in the Holy City and are doing so with the same energy, enthusiasm and passion that has already established Charleston as a internationally recognized culinary destination.  Experience a taste of Charleston’s flourishing micro-distillery scene with an exclusive tour of the local distilleries.  This 3.5 hour tour will introduce you to three distilleries and includes a cocktail at a local bar using one of Charleston’s locally produced spirits.

Pre-Dinner – Continuing your exploration of alcohol in the Holy City, Charleston Culinary Tours’ Mixology Tour will help you better understand the state of Charleston’s cocktail culture today.  This 1.5 hour tour stops at three local watering holes where guests meet a mixologist who will explain his or her specialty cocktail and then mix one for everyone to enjoy!  Think of it as a mobile pre-dinner cocktail party.

Dinner – FIG –All things considered, FIG is probably the best restaurant in Charleston, and has been for some time.  FIG sets the standard to which all other Charleston restaurants aspire.  It’s where chefs come to eat to marvel at the elegance, the precision, the creativity and the simplicity of the dishes.  Mike Lata is a chef’s chef, cerebral and precise, but his food is delicious, in keeping with the restaurant’s name and overarching theme, Food Is Good (FIG).  Chef Lata doesn’t compromise on ingredients, insisting on the best the lowcountry has to offer, and the quality of ingredients is allowed to shine through in each dish.  Likewise, FIG doesn’t compromise on service, and its corps of bright and highly trained wait staff consistently provides impeccable service, again setting the standard in Charleston.  FIG consistently strikes a balance so well considered, so perfect and subtle that many details aren’t noticed by guests, but none are forgotten. While FIG is sophisticated, it isn’t flashy. While it is delicious, it isn’t indulgent. While it is attentive, it isn’t overbearing.  FIG isn’t many things, but it is the best.

After Dinner –Kaminsky’s — Finish off your night with a dessert at Kaminsky’s, a bustling dessert shop on Market Street.  With a display case overflowing with almost impossibly delicious looking cakes and pies, it may be tough to make a decision.  Hedge your bets and choose more than one item as it’ll be the most delicious insurance policy you ever bought.

Charleston Culinary Tours to Present Fresh at the Farm Dinner Series

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 20, 2014 by Lowcountry Boil
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Chef Stephen Thompson

Charleston Culinary Tours is planning a Fresh at the Farm Dinner Series featuring Executive Chef Stephen Thompson of Prohibition, a new contemporary American gastro pub downtown. Setting the scene for a true farm to table experience, each dinner event will take place at a local farm. The gastronomic evening with start with a cocktail hour and hors d’ oeuvres from 5:30-6:30pm and then family style dinner will be served from 6:30-8:30pm. The first dinner will be held on May 4th at Walters Farm in Saint George with additional dinners in the series in August at Geechie Boy Farm on Edisto (with Stephen and Joe DiMaio, the Executive Chef at Stars) and November 2nd at Celestial Hills Farm in Huger.

and November. With a table set for 40 guests, the cost is $75/person with tickets available at www.charlestonculinarytours.com.

Farmer Steven Walter

Farmer Steven Walters

Walters Farm is a fitting start to the Fresh at the Farm Dinner series as Chef Thompson and Stephen Walters, proprietor of Walters Farm, have been friends since childhood. Chef Thompson jokingly refers to Steven as “his personal farmer”. Steven Walters personally grows and harvests everything on his 5-acre farm and then makes the 45-minute drive to deliver it to Chef Thompson. Both are excited about allowing guests to dine on ingredients right where they are produced, fortifying the connection between farm and food.

Charleston Culinary Tours combine the best of Charleston history, cocktails and food with unique tours that highlight the Lowcountry. Each Charleston Culinary Tour visits several different restaurants, bars or the Farmer’s Market to combine elements of a historical tour with a culinary adventure. The food and drinks on the tours are chosen by various restaurant and bar partners and feature an array of eclectic dishes and concoctions that provide insight into Charleston’s cuisine and cocktail scene. On each tour, guests will not only have an opportunity to sample some of the Lowcountry’s finest offerings, but also to meet the owners, chefs and mixologists behind Charleston’s impressive culinary and bar innovations.

For interviews, photos, press passes or sponsorship information, please contact Lorrie Dixson of Eskimo Advertising at lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com. For additional information about Charleston Culinary Tours, please visit www.charlestonculinarytours.com.

72 Hours: A Culinary Adventure in Charleston

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Do you want to pack as much as possible into a 72 hour visit to Charleston, SC?  Here’s one foodie itinerary to try!
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Thursday:

Morning — Chefs’ Kitchen Tour – Start your trip off by visiting the kitchens and meeting the chefs in 3 of Charleston’s top restaurants.  Your guide, Hoon Calhoun, will educate you on Charleston’s culinary history and orient you with regard to Charleston’s best restaurants today.  The tour starts with coffee and doughnuts at Glazed, Charleston’s gourmet, homemade, delicious, I-can’t-believe-this-is-in-a-doughnut shop, and proceeds to visit 3 restaurants, meeting chefs and tasting all along the way.

Heather and Chef Josh Keller of 2 Boroughs Larder

Heather and Chef Josh Keller of 2 Boroughs Larder

Lunch — Two Boroughs Larder — Josh and Heather Keeler’s Two Boroughs Larder is where Charleston chefs go to eat.  Charleston’s Celebrity Chef Sean Brock calls Two Boroughs Larder the best restaurant in Charleston.  Go judge for yourself — and order everything on the menu to be sure.  This is the place to take chances — you probably won’t recognize half of the ingredients on the menu — but trust in Josh’s capable hands and discriminating taste.  Everything will be delicious, and some dishes will be transcendent.  In between courses, take a moment to explore the selection of hard goods and specialty products available for purchase.

Afternoon — Pastries and coffee — After lunch, exiting Two Boroughs, you’ll find yourself smack dab in the middle of what is emerging as Charleston’s pastry epicenter.  Stroll to Sugar Bakeshop and have the first of (perhaps) many delicious pastries, choosing one — or two — of a variety of cupcakes or cookies.  The selection varies daily, but on Thursdays the options include the Lady Baltimore Cupcake, which should not be missed!  Bill and Dave, Sugar Bakeshop’s owners, are architects from New York City who relocated to Charleston, and their visual aesthetic is apparent as everything in the display cases is as beautiful as it is delicious.  Enjoy your treat in Sugar’s quaint courtyard.  From Sugar, consider visiting Wildflour PastryBrown’s Court Bakery or Sweet Radish for another delicious treat and a cup of coffee.  All are within a block or so of Sugar and along the way you can explore the rapidly gentrifying Cannonborough/Elliotborough neighborhood.

Dinner — Taste Of The Market — When you have finished exploring the Upper King Street area, head downtown to the City Market District and the Taste of the Market, held the 3rd Thursday of Each month.  This event features the best that the City Market area has to offer, with (substantial) food samples available from a variety of Market area restaurants, chef demonstrations and live music.  The ample samples will be more than enough to make a meal and after the event you’ll be well positioned to explore the heart of Charleston’s historic downtown.

After Dinner — Head on over to Burwell’s for an after dinner drink and, if the weather is nice, make your way to the back patio to have a craft cocktail made by John or JoJo, Burwell’s expert mixologists.  Cocktails not your thing?  No problem — try the Craftsman Kitchen And Tap House, a beer emporium featuring 48 beers on Tap!  Still not satisfied?  Give Social Wine Bar a try, which features up to 60 wines by the glass and a 4,000 bottle display cellar.

Friday:

Morning — Bakehouse — Get your day started with a cup of coffee and a fresh baked pastry at the Bakehouse.  Although everything is good, the cinnamon rolls are especially delicious.  The WiFi is free and the airy cafe is in a perfect spot for people watching.
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Lunch — Bull Street Gourmet — Grab a light bite at this adorable market/cafe on lower King Street.  Split the daily sandwich special or share a bowl of the soup of the day — both are likely to be simple and delicious.  Also Bull Street has an excellent selection of bottled wines, for now or later.

Afternoon — Take a Downtown Culinary Tour with Charleston Culinary Tours.  This 2.5 hour tour explores the City Market area and Charleston’s French Quarter.  Stopping at 3 restaurants for food samples and 1 restaurant for dessert, the Downtown Culinary tour will introduce you to some of Charleston’s best restaurants and educate you with regard to Charleston’s rich culinary history and current culinary trends.  There is plenty of food on this tour, so pace yourself as you eat your way around Charleston’s historic downtown.

Dinner — 82 Queen — Make you dinner reservations a little later to give yourself an opportunity to recover from your culinary tour.  If the weather is suitable, ask for a table in 82 Queen’s beautiful and romantic courtyard, which is dominated by a mammoth Magnolia tree.  82 Queen is a Charleston classic, graceful and refined, specializing in Lowcountry classics and Southern hospitality.  Be sure to order the She-Crab Soup, the best in the city.

Saturday:

Brunch — Lowcountry Bistro — Chicken and Waffles anyone?  At Lowcountry Bistro the answer is an enthusiastic YES!  This casual cafe offers a wide variety of other southern specialties (the Shrimp and Grits are especially good here as well), but ordering the Chicken and Waffles is a no-brainer.  Overlooking the City Market, a table on the piazza is a prime position to take in Charleston’s charms and prepare for your day.

Afternoon — The Heirloom Collection (formerly the Heirloom Book Company) — Tucked away down an alley off Broad Street, this adorable book shop sells cookbooks, specializing in rare and out-of-print editions.  The collection is eclectic, but an excellent selection of Charleston and Southern cookbooks are available.  The shop is clearly a labor of love and their passion for cookbooks is equal parts contagious and inspiring!

CocktailsPre Dinner — The Holy City is well known for its affinity for alcohol and Charleston Culinary Tours’ Mixology Tour will help show you the state of Charleston’s cocktail culture today.  This 1.5 hour tour stops at 3 local watering holes where guests meet a mixologist who will explain his/her specialty cocktail and then mix one for everyone to enjoy!  Think of it as a mobile pre-dinner cocktail party.

Dinner — Husk — Come pay homage to Chef Sean Brock’s celebration of all things Southern.  With a menu that changes twice daily and an almost maniacal devotion to sourcing ingredients locally, Husk has totally reshaped Charleston’s culinary landscape and has inspired a wave of innovation and culinary excellence that has engulfed the city.  While it’s impossible to predict what might be on the menu, the Crispy Pig’s Ears are the stuff of legend and pork dishes generally have a place near and dear to Chef Brock’s heart.  Make your reservations early — ever since it was named Best New Restaurant by Bon Appetit in 2011, a Husk reservation became one of the toughest in town.

After Dinner — Kaminsky’s — Finish off your night with a dessert at Kaminsky’s, a bustling dessert shop on Market Street.  With a display case overflowing with almost impossibly delicious looking cakes and pies, it may be tough to make a decision.  Hedge your bets and choose more than one item — it’ll be the most delicious insurance policy you ever bought.

Charleston Restaurant Week: January 8 – 19, 2014

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Today is the start of  Charleston Restaurant Week and runs through January 19th. Each year, the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association, Inc (GCRA) brings the opportunity to enjoy the world-renowned cuisine of the Lowcountry as participating restaurants offer prix fixe lunch and dinner menus consisting of three items for one price. Here are the restaurants and their specials…

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Another Broken Egg Cafe

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AW Shuck’s Seafood Restaurant

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Baroni’s New York Pizza – Mt. Pleasant

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Baroni’s New York Pizza – West Ashley

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Basil Thai Restaurant – Downtown Charleston

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Basil Thai Restaurant – Mt. Pleasant

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Big Billy’s Burger Joint (2 people for $20)

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Boone’s Bar (2 people for $20)

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Bricco Bracco

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Brixx Wood Fired Pizza

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Caviar & Bananas Gourmet Market & Cafe

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Cherrywood BBQ & Ale House

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Chez Fish (3 Courses for $24.95)

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CO Banh Mi Noodles Bar

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Crust Wood Fired Pizza

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Five Loaves Cafe – Downtown

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Five Loaves Cafe – Mt. Pleasant

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Gilligan’s Seafood Restaurant – Johns Island

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Heart Woodfire Kitchen

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Home Team BBQ – Sullivan’s Island

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How Art Thou Cafe

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J. Paul’z – James Island

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J. Paul’z – Mt. Pleasant

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Joe Pasta

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Juanita Greenberg’s – Mt. Pleasant (2 people for $20)

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Katsu Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi

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La Fontana Authentic Italian Restaurant

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Locklear’s Lowcountry Grill

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Manny’s Neighborhood Grille

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Morgan Creek Grill-Upper Deck (2 Courses for $20)

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Nirlep Indian Restaurant (2 people for $20)

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Noisy Oyster Seafood Restaurant – North Charleston

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Old Towne Grill and Seafood

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P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

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Rutledge Cab Co.

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Saffron Cafe & Bakery

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Sushi 101 (2 people for $20)

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TBonz Gill & Grill – Downtown Charleston (3 Courses for $25)

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The Alley

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The Gin Joint (2 Pairings for $20)

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The Wreckfish

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Tommy Condons

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Tsunami – Downtown Charleston

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Tsunami – Mt. Pleasant

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Virginia’s On King

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Wild Wing Cafe – Downtown Charleston (2 People for $20)

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Wild Wing Cafe – Mt. Pleasant (2 People for $20)

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Wild Wing Cafe – North Charleston (2 People for $20)

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Yamato Japanese Steakhouse

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Yokoso of Summerville

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Zeus Grill and Seafood

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39 Rue de Jean

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Amen Street Fish & Raw Bar

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Angel Oak Restaurant

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Blu Restaurant & Bar

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Bocci’s Italian Restaurant

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Butcher & Bee (2 People for $30)

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Charleston Crab House – Downtown Charleston

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Charleston Crab House – James Island

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Charleston Harbor Fish House

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Coast Bar and Grill

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Cork Neighborhood Bistro

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Craftsmen Kitchen & Tap House

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Dixie Supply Bakery and Cafe

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Finz Bar & Grill

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Fleet Landing Restaurant & Bar

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Fuji Sushi Bar and Grill

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Fulton Five

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Graze Restaurant

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Hyman’s Seafood

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II Cortile Del Re

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J. Paul’z – Mt. Pleasant (4 Courses for $30)

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Jasmine Porch at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

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LaTabella Italian Grill

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Long Island Cafe

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LongHorn Steakhouse – Mt. Pleasant (Dinner for 2 people)

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LongHorn Steakhouse – North Charleston (Dinner for 2 people)

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Lowcountry Bistro (4 Courses for $30)

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Med Bistro

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Mellow Mushroom – Avondale (2 People for $30)

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Mellow Mushroom – Downtown Charleston (2 People for $30)

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Mellow Mushroom – Summerville (2 People for $30)

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Middleton Place Restaurant

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Ms. Rose’s Fine Food & Cocktails (2 people for $30)

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Muse Restaurant & Wine Bar

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Old Village Post House

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R.B.’s Seafood Restaurant

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Red Drum Restaurant

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Red’s Ice House – John’s Island (2 people for $30)

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Red’s Ice House – Shem Creek (2 people for $30)

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Red’s Ice House Shem Creek (2 people for $30)

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Republic Garden & Lounge

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Rio de Brazil (Dinner Special $31.95)

Saffire Restaurant at Charleston Marriott

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Sea Island Grill at Wild Dunes Resort

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Sermet’s Downtown

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Shem Creek Bar & Grill

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Slightly North of Broad

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Social Restaurant + Wine Bar

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SOL Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar (2 People for $30)

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Southerly Restaurant and Patio

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Stack’s Evening Eats

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Stars Restaurant – Rooftop & Grill Room

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Swamp Fox Restaurant & Bar

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Sweeney’s

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The Boathouse at Breach Inlet

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Tomasso at Turtle Point

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Water Dog Grill (2 People for $30)

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Langdon’s Restaurant and Wine Bar

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McCrady’s Restaurant

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Opal Restaurant and Bar

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Rosebank Farms Cafe (4 Courses for $40)

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The Atlantic Room at the Ocean Course

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The Ocean Room at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

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Trattoria Lucca (4 Items for $40)

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Tristan (4 Course Tasting for $40)

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82 Queen (2 Courses for $15)

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Butcher & Bee (2 People for $30)

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Crave Kitchen & Cocktails (3 Courses for $15)

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Lowcountry Bistro (2 Courses for $12)

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Morgan Creek Grill-Upper Deck (2 Courses for $20)

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Old Towne Grill and Seafood (2 Courses for $10)

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Poogan’s Porch (3 Courses for $20)

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Rutledge Cab Co. (2 Courses for $15)

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Sweeney’s (3 Courses for $18)

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Zeus Grill and Seafood (2 Courses for $10)

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