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From 5 to 10 p.m. every Monday, Eli’s Table will offer a bourbon dinner menu for $49 per person. The four-course meal will be paired with three curated bourbons.
The restaurant, at 129 Meeting St. in downtown Charleston, will also host Wine and Jazz Thursdays from 7 to 10 p.m., with a specialty food and wine pairing menu available beginning at 5 p.m.
From Feb. 14 to 16, Eli’s Table will also offer a four-course dinner menu, with dishes such as pheasant coq au vin, bison osso bucco and seared Chilean sea bass. The meal is $60 per person, with an option to add wine or bourbon pairings for an additional $30 per person.
Toast will offer a three-course Valentine’s Day dinner for $24.95 on Feb. 14 at its Mount Pleasant, West Ashley and Summerville locations. The menu will include Southern foods such as fried green tomatoes, honey bourbon chicken and red velvet cake.
5Church will offer a three-course Valentine’s Day dinner from 5 to 11 p.m. Feb. 14. Menu options include short rib pierogies, ostrich tenderloin, porterhouse and Maine lobster for two, and desserts including sorbet and chocolate cake.
The restaurant, at 32B N. Market St. in downtown Charleston, will also offer other specials on the day before Valentine’s Day and on the two days after.
Most of the Starbucks menu is available for customers to order remotely, including new drinks like a coconut milk latte and an almond milk honey flat white. Beverage customization is also available through the app.
For orders of $10 or less, an extra $2 fee will be applied, in addition to standard delivery fees.s