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Wine and dine around Greenville for Restaurant Week South Carolina

Get your calendars out and start booking your reservations at these Greenville-area eateries offering special dishes, menus, and deals for a limited time during Restaurant Week South Carolina.

A table set at a restaurant.

The table is set for Restaurant Week South Carolina. | Photo by Fork and Plough

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Make those reservations. Restaurant Week South Carolina kicks off Thursday, Jan. 11 and runs through Sunday, Jan. 21.

Whether you’re looking to try something new or visit an old favorite, participating restaurants offer special deals to entice Greenvillians to get out and eat local.

Here are five spots with menu offerings we can’t wait to taste:

Roost, 220 N. Main St.

With a new chef in the kitchen, Roost is serving up three courses for $35. We’ve already had a taste of of Chef Zac’s roasted burrata + the bananas foster bread pudding, and we highly recommend them.

Curean, 732A S. Main St.

Although the menu is to be announced, we’re still putting Downtown Greenville’s newest restaurant on our list because we haven’t had a bite there that wasn’t a 10 out of 10. Whatever the specials, this is a Restaurant Week must-do.

Between The Trees, The Grand Bohemian Lodge, 44 E. Camperdown Way

We’ve been looking for a reason to head back to Between the Trees, and this menu celebrating apples from Hendersonville + featuring dinner specials starting at $11 is the perfect excuse.

Fork and Plough, 1629 E. North St.

The variety on Fork and Plough’s menu got our attention, which is why we had to put it on our list. Choose from five starters, five main courses, and four desserts.

The Cook’s Station, 515 Buncombe St.

This lunch offering for Restaurant Week caught our eye: A hoagie roll with chopped brisket, pimento cheese, cured tomatoes, shredded iceberg lettuce, and red onion. By the way, it’s served with tea for $12.99.

Pro tip: Bookmark the full lineup to peep the menus and make reservations.

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