Charleston Restaurant Week Begins Wednesday, January 7

Charleston Restaurant Week, one of the most highly-anticipated culinary events in the greater Charleston area, is set to take place Wednesday, January 7 through Sunday, January 18. A recent change to the structure of Charleston Restaurant Week allows restaurants to venture outside of the previous pricing structure of $20, $30 or $40 menus. This allows the restaurants more flexibility in showcasing their best dishes while still providing a fixed price menu. It is recommended that guests make reservations as soon as possible at participating restaurants.

For more information and to view a complete list of restaurants participating in Charleston Restaurant Week and their menus, click here.  For additional details, find us on Facebook at Charleston Food Festivals and Events, or download the free CRA smartphone app by searching “CRA” in your app store.

4 Responses to Charleston Restaurant Week Begins Wednesday, January 7

  1. Wow, with all the hype, links and promotion I do not see (anywhere?) a basic “How it Works” Seriously, is it per person, or per couple pricing? Does it include beverages? Even if each restaurant has slightly different terms, there’s got to be an overall basic idea of what the event is and how it works… (Yes, I know it has been going on for years but some people are new to the area or looking to take part for the first time.)

    • General Admission tickets are $17.50 (in advance) or $25 (at the door) per person and include entry, entertainment, a viewing of Boone Hall Plantation, and access to the Pluff-a-Pallooza Children’s Area. Oysters, drinks, and other food items will be sold separately at market price. VIP tickets are also available for $100 and include easy entry through the VIP ticket line, a voucher for a bucket of oysters, and entry to the VIP tent where food and beverages, as well as a seating area, will be provided.

    • If you review the menus for each participating restaurant you’ll be able to see what’s included. The choices vary widely, but typically are per person and do not include beverages, taxes and gratuity. Welcome, and take advantage! This is a great way to experience some fabulous menus in the area for less.

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