Charleston is most famously known for its Southern Lowcountry comfort food. It just so happened that the Charleston Sessions coincided with Charleston Restaurant Week which featured 2-3 course menus for as low as $10 during lunch and $20 during dinner.
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First2Board Charleston Sessions Friday Cocktail Reception and Dinner
First2Board Charleston Sessions Saturday Workshops
First2Board Charleston Sessions Saturday Mileage Run Workshop
First2Board Charleston Sessions Sunday Historic Walking Tour
The Sights and Sounds of Downtown Charleston South Carolina
The Sights and Sounds of Nightlife in Charleston South Carolina
The Sights and Sounds of Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant
The Various Eats in Charleston South Carolina
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The Sights and Sounds of Miami Beach Florida
I stayed in Charleston for five nights and six days and I took full advantage of the restaurant week prices. I will give you a rundown on the restaurants I dined during Charleston Restaurant Week and had no complaints about any of the food.
Thursday Dinner: Anson’s Restaurant (3 courses for $30)
Braised Lamb Ravioli with mint, peas, and golden raisin relish.
Fried Pork Cutlet with grits, collards, and hot pepper jelly.
Crème Brulee topped with strawberries.
Friday Night: 82 Queen (3 courses for $30)
Shrimp and Grits
Saturday Dinner Halls Chophouse (3 courses for $40)
Fried Green Tomatoes (on the house)
8oz Filet Mignon with creamed corn and collard greens.
Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Sunday Brunch: Lowcountry Bistro (2 courses for $10)
Fried Green Tomatoes with white cheddar and country ham grits, sweet red pepper and onion relish, herb aioli.
Southern Tacos with slow braised pulled pork, market salsa, pepper jack cheese, and chive sour cream on a warm tortilla. It also came with a side of homemade kettle chips.
Sunday Dinner: The Wreckfish Restaurant ($9.99 entree)
Fried grouper, scallops, shrimp, and red rice.
Monday Lunch: Lowcountry Bistro (2 courses for $10)
She-Crab Soup with oyster crackers
Turkey Reuben with house roasted turkey breast and sauerkraut Edisto island dressing on marble rye bread. It also came with a side of sweet potato mash.
Monday Dinner: Jim and Nick’s BBQ ($13)
Cheesy corn muffins
BBQ Chicken with Mac & Cheese and Collard Greens