For the past 11 months, restaurants have suffered tremendously, with the National Restaurant Association estimating $240 billion lost in sales. Restaurants need your support now more than ever.
With the hope that 2021 will be a year of recovery for local restaurants, get your taste buds ready and bring your appetites as Restaurant Week South Carolina makes its much-anticipated return on January 7th. Join us as we celebrate the local restaurant communities in the Upstate.
Restaurant Week South Carolina is a foodie-favorite that is the perfect time to take a culinary tour throughout the diverse and thriving food culture across our state.
As in years past, participating restaurants will offer special menus for dining in; however, new this year, some restaurants will also offer takeout during the 11-day event. Diners who wish to stay home may take advantage of Restaurant Week specials via online ordering and takeout options at some of the restaurants. There is something for everyone during this year’s Restaurant Week South Carolina campaign!
For a complete list of participating restaurants in the Upstate, please click here.
Ready. Set. Reservation! Restaurant Week South Carolina runs through January 17th.
*Restaurants continue to provide a safe environment, adhering to Restaurant Reopening Guidelines set forth by AccelerateSC and public health officials. In compliance with Governor McMaster’s Executive Order, it is important for patrons to wear face coverings, be socially distanced, adhere to local laws and comply with each restaurant’s requests for guest comfort and safety.
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