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Upstate Weekend: S.C. Restaurant Week

Staff Report //January 7, 2021

Upstate Weekend: S.C. Restaurant Week

Staff Report //January 7, 2021

CityRange's bacon-wrapped barbeque shrimp is one entree available as part of the steakhouse's three-course Restaurant Week special. (Photo/Provided)A storm front may bring some wintry weather to the Upstate this weekend, but restaurants across the state are poised to warm bones with meals tailored for South Carolina’s Restaurant Week.

The event, coordinated to boost the Palmetto State’s presence as a culinary destination on the national stage, lasts from Jan. 7-17 at various venues across the state. Here are a few items on the menu:

  • Greenville’s City Range Steakhouse Grill is offering three-course dinner meals for $20-$30 throughout the week. Appetizers include tuna tartare and salt roasted golden beet salad, followed by a choice of bacon-wrapped barbecue shrimp, Joyce Farms chicken thighs, grilled beef tenderloin tails or Calabrian gnocchi. A selection of bourbon brown butter bread pudding or mocha pots du crème tops off the dinner.
  • Fuddruckers in Anderson is serving up a $7 third-pound build-your-own cheeseburger with french fries and a soft drink for lunch and dinner.
  • Heirloom: A Milltown Eatery in Spartanburg has a three-course meal on the menu for $30. Starters include a choice of fried green tomato and cured snapper, followed by a main course selection of “Too Broke for Buttermilk Fried Chicken,” Carolina trout or fried pork tenderloin. Dessert includes a choice of twice-baked strawberry shortcake or chocolate mousse.
  • Basil Thai Cuisine in Greenville will serve a three-course dinner for $25 including an entrée of either gluten free pad thai, pad see-eu, spicy basil, spicy green curry and fried rice with beef, chicken, pork, tofu or vegetables. Appetizers include either two basil rolls, two egg rolls or five fried wontons, as well as a choice of coconut passion fruit cheesecake or chocolate cake.

For more regional favorites that are setting out the fine china for Restaurant Week, click here.



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