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South Carolina Celebrates Restaurants

Restaurant week greenville, south carolinaThursday began a full 11 days of celebrating great restaurants in South Carolina.  Throughout the state, participating restaurants will be offering their culinary masterpieces for a discount, some offering multiple courses at the equivalent of one of their entrees.

This is a great opportunity to try a high-end restaurant at a great value.  I have visited several of these restaurants, see links below for my reviews.

Some adventurous foodies, may even try culinary styles they would not normally try.

Tickets are not required to attend this celebration; however, reservations are recommended.  Participating restaurants will fill to capacity quickly for dinners to experience such a great value.

Participating restaurants will provide special menus, slightly different than their standard menu.

Click on the link to see a full list of participating restaurants

Participating Restaurant List

By clicking a restaurant name on the site, you will see the menu being prepared for restaurant and the corresponding charge for that menu.

Here is a list of participating restaurants, I have personally visited and reviewed:

Grill Marks – Greenville
Passerelle Bistro
Rick Erwin’s Clemson
The Whistle Stop At the American Cafe

Grill Marks Greenville, South Carolina during Restaurant Week
Voted Best Burger in the Upstate, Grill Marks also has incredible french fries, hand spun milkshakes and other items.
Creme Brule at Passerelles Bistro
Creme Brule at Passerelle Bistro. Photo courtesy of Passerelle.
Rick Erwin Clemson Filet steak
Rick Erwin Clemson is a high end restaurant with steak and seafood dishes. *Must try the deviled eggs with candied bacon
Whistle Stop Cafe in Travelers Rest, South Carolina
Entering the Whistle Stop Cafe, a huge dessert case greets you. Very popular stop during warmer months due to their scenic roof-top dining.

If you are visitng Greenville, drop me a line at JoAnn’s Food Bites Facebook Page. I will be sure to steer you towards the best restaurants in town.

Restaurant Week is a registered trademark of the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association (SCRLA) a non profit 501 (c)(6) organization. The mission of the SCRLA is to Promote, protect and educate the hospitality industry in South Carolina for the good of all.





One Comment

  • Danielle @ Follow My Gut

    I love restaurants so the minute I saw the title I had to click on this. Sure I don’t live in South Carolina, but a girl can dream. Either way the food looks so delicious. I almost drooled on myself looking at the steak and the milkshake, oh my gosh so delish!!!

    Danielle | <3

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