Try the duck breast from Veranda Lounge during restaurant week | Provided

Charleston Restaurant Week returns Jan. 13-23, with deals and specials throughout the city. Here’s a list of places offering specials for the 11-day event.

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82 Queen

Get a two-course lunch meal for $20 or three-course dinner meal for $40 at 82 Queen. For appetizers, guests can choose from barbecue shrimp and grits or fried green tomatoes. For entrees, chicken salad wrap, Lowcountry gumbo or a roasted pork sandwich.

Lunch is available Mon.-Sat. from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Dinner available 5:30-10 p.m. Reservations can be made at 82queen.com.

Church and Union

Formerly 5Church, Church and Union is offering a three-course menu for $40. Appetizer options include meatballs Moroccan BBQ, finstar salad or tuna tataki. Entrees include salmon, Brussels sprouts, fried short ribs or Joyce Farms chicken with butternut agnolotti or pan seared scallops for an additional $15. Dessert options include hazelnut flourless cake, white chocolate citrus cake or a berry chocolate bar.

Coastal Provisions at Wild Dunes Resort

Coastal Provisions is offering a three-course menu for $40 per person, featuring dishes like fried green tomatoes with arugula and basil pesto, yuzu aioli and citrus vinaigrette, she crab soup with homemade brioche croutons, sherry and chives, braised short rib with roasted turnips, root relish and short rib jus, swordfish au poivre with fennel, confit potatoes and peppercorn jus, bourbon chocolate verrine and more. Reservations can be made online.

Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen

Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen is offering a two-course lunch meal for $20 or three-course dinner meal for $40. For lunch, entree options include crispy chicken sandwich, Charleston hot chicken wrap or shrimp and grits. Dinner entree options include crispy bone-in chicken, crispy fried flounder or shrimp and grits. Appetizer options for lunch and dinner include she crab soup or a house salad.

Lunch is available daily from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dinner available 4-9 p.m and Fri.-Sat. from 4-10 p.m.

Jalisco

Get a three-course meal for $25 at the Folly Road Mexican restaurant. First course options includes chips and a choice of dip, second course options include four tacos, enchiladas, roasted shrimp, pescado or carne asada and third course options include churros or flan. On Saturdays, guests can enjoy the three course meal for lunch. Additional purchase options of chicharrons, chorizo and an additional taco available.

The Loutrel

The Loutrel is offering a three-course meal for $35, featuring auvergnate or mercato for appetizers, sea scallop risotto or duck breast for entrees and pear tart or dessert duo for dessert.

Pink Cactus

Spring Street’s Oaxacan-inspired restaurant is offering a three-course meal for $25. Options for appetizers include queso fundido, ensalada con flor de Jamaica or guacamole. Entree options include taco plate, quesadilla or tacos dorados and dessert options include coconut margarita or avocado and lime paleta.

Tempest

Tempest is offering specials for brunch, lunch and dinner, starting at $25 for two- and three-course meals. For lunch, guests can choose from gumbo, roasted chicken soup or salads for their appetizer and open-faced corned beef sandwich, swordfish club, shredded pork and fried fish sandwich for their entree for $25. Get a three-course meal for $45 for dinner, featuring items like local fish crudo or butternut squash for appetizers, curry monkfish crop or mahi mahi for entrees and hummingbird cake or meyer lemon cheesecake for desserts. For brunch, guests can choose parfait, salad or ceviche for appetizers, souffle pancakes, shakshuka, local mushroom omelette, lobster benedict or prime ribeye for entrees and gelato for dessert for $30. Tempest’s chilled or charcoal-roasted menu is also available daily during restaurant week, for $65 for single, $100 for double and $130 for the Tempest Tower.

Veranda Lounge at The Loutrel

The Veranda Lounge is offering a three-course meal for $35. First course options include auvergnate –romaine, soft egg, bacon lardons, potato croutons, parmesan and mustard vinaigrette — or mercato — burrata, prosciutto, artichoke, olives, tomato and pesto. Entree options include risotto or duck breast and dessert options include pear tart or dessert duo of creme brulee and custard.

The Watch: Rooftop Kitchen & Spirits

The Watch is offering a three-course for $44 per person, featuring an autumn salad, vegetable board, roasted mushroom linguine, Lowcountry bouillabaisse with mussels, shrimp, white fish, crab meat, stewed tomato broth and grilled bread, honey cake and more.

Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant at (843) 518-5115 or booking online on Resy. 

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