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Restaurant Week kicks off in Greenville

Tupelo Honey is one of the participating restaurants. (File/FOX Carolina) Tupelo Honey is one of the participating restaurants. (File/FOX Carolina)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Starting Thursday and for the next week and a half, many downtown Greenville restaurants will be participating in Restaurant Week.

Sponsored by the South Carolina Restaurants and Lodging Association, 30 restaurants and six hotels have signed on to participate in the event, which offers discounts and specials for restaurant-goers to sample.

The event is targeted towards casual and high-end restaurants, according to organizers, with menus starting at $15 per person.

Greenville's participants for Restaurant Week 2014 include:

  • American Grocery Restaurant
  • Biminis Oyster Bar
  • Breakwater Restaurant
  • Café Verdae at the Embassy Suites Hotel
  • Carolina Ale House, Woodruff Road & Main Street
  • City Range Steakhouse Grill, Greenville & Spartanburg
  • Fords Oyster House
  • The Green Room
  • High Cotton
  • Larkin's on the River
  • The Lazy Goat
  • The Nose Dive
  • Papi's Tacos
  • Passerelle Bistro
  • Rare Steakhouse on the Piazza
  • Restaurant 17
  • Rick's Deli & Market
  • Rick Erwin's Nantucket Seafood
  • Rick Erwin's West End Grille
  • Roost Restaurant at the Hyatt
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House
  • Soby's
  • Soby's on the Side
  • Southern Culture Kitchen & Bar
  • Stella's Southern Bistro
  • Tupelo Honey Café
  • Upcountry Provisions Bakery & Bistro, Travelers Rest
  • Whole Foods Market

Greenville's hotel participants include:

  • Candlewood Suites
  • Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Greenville
  • Embassy Suites Hotel
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Downtown Greenville
  • Holiday Inn Express Simpsonville
  • Hyatt Regency

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