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Inaugural fall Restaurant Week Columbia kicks off Thursday

Get your taste buds ready and bring your appetites! The Greater Columbia Restaurant Association’s inaugural fall Restaurant Week Columbia begins Thursday.

The much-anticipated food fest will run October 13-23. More than 30 restaurants in the Midlands will offer special prix fixe menus showcasing the best of their cuisine. Restaurant Week gives food lovers the opportunity to experience special lunches and dinners in the area’s casual and high-end restaurants.

Restaurant Week Columbia is an extension of Restaurant Week South Carolina, which takes place every January. There is so much excitement surrounding Restaurant Week each year that Columbia restaurateurs wanted to offer diners an additional campaign.

Participating restaurants and their menus can be found at www.RestaurantWeekColumbia.com. Restaurants tend to fill up quickly during Restaurant Week, so reservations are recommended at establishments that accept them.

Restaurant Week is a win-win for the local economy and diners. It gives restaurants a boost during a typically slower time of the year for them and gives diners the chance to try out new places and return to old favorites.

 

About the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association:

SCRLA is a statewide, non-partisan trade organization. Our mission is to promote, protect and educate the foodservice

and lodging industries of the state and to ensure positive business growth for our members. SCRLA strives to represent

the best interests of its members on small business issues, hospitality and tourism concerns and towards the protection

of South Carolina's quality of life. For more information about SCRLA visit www.scrla.org.

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