Guide to Restaurant Week South Carolina 2024 (Charleston’s version)

Several restaurants offer special menus for Restaurant Week.

This photo features a bright and colorful spread of food on a brown, wooden table including a redish alcoholic beverage, biscuits, sliders, sandwiches, salads, toast and dip.

Eat local and try a new restaurant.

Photo by Andrew Cebulka/The Kingstide

Table of Contents

Ready to get your grub on? Restaurant Week is back. The 11-day culinary event runs Thursday, Jan. 11-Sunday, Jan. 21.

For a refresher, Restaurant Week is an opportunity to try something new or indulge in favorites at a lower price. From casual spots to fine dining, there are dozens of participating restaurants in the Charleston area.

Here are a few highlights, from inland towns to coastal communities and everything in-between.


Amen St. Fish + Raw Bar | Dinner: Three courses for $45+ | You had us at the first course — she-crab soup (yum).

Church and Union | Dinner: Three courses for $50+ | The beef tartare is chef’s kiss and don’t get us started on the mushroom gnocchi.

Indaco | Dinner: Three courses for $50+ | The Caramelle pasta dish features local clams, roasted red pepper, crispy prosciutto, and lemon... yes, please.

Iron Rose | Lunch: Two courses for $25+ | Dinner: Three courses for $40+ | Try this classy-yet-cozy spot for elevated southern coastal treats.

Slightly North of Broad | Dinner: Three courses for $60+ | Do you even live in Charleston if you haven’t tried shrimp and grits? Get to this Lowcountry staple for one of the best versions.

CHS City Editor Callie at Church and Union Charleston

Callie here, my first time at Church and Union was during Restaurant Week 2022. It’s my favorite time to try new places.

Photo by CHStoday

Isle of Palms

Islander 71 Fish House and Deck Bar | Dinner: Three courses for $45+ | Bettie Jane’s Crab Cakes sound wonderful and the Banana Puddin’ is a must.

Mount Pleasant

Grace + Grit | Dinner: Three courses for $45+ | This is the perfect place to try coastal classics like shrimp and pimento cheese hushpuppies and blackened scallops.

The Mill Street Tavern | Dinner: Four courses for $44+ | Enjoy sushi, seafood, and southern classics with the beautiful Shem Creek views.

West Ashley

Ms. Rose’s Fine Foods + Cocktails | Lunch: $15 and a drink | Dinner: Three courses for $40+ | Talk about a bargain — the lunch menu includes a drink, too.

Ruby Sunshine - West Ashley | Brunch: Two courses for $18+ | Enjoy a New Orleans-style brunch here in the Lowcountry.

North Charleston

Basil Thai - Park Circle | Dinner: Three courses for $30+ | This Thai spot features several options to choose from for those who want to keep things flexible.

James Island / Folly Beach

Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen | Dinner: Three courses for $30+ | Try southern classics like the Fried Flounder Platter.

Johns Island

Blu Oyster Sushi + Seafood | Dinner: Three courses for $50+ | The featured Honey Cake just sounds heavenly.


Halls Chophouse Nexton | Dinner: Three courses for $65+ | Pro tip: if you order the filet, add the black truffle butter — it’s so worth it.

Daniel Island

The Kingstide | Dinner: Three courses for $60+ | This menu has our mouths watering. How do you pick among calamari, Oysters Rockefeller, or the mussels? Oh my.