Save Money and Eat Well During Spartanburg Restaurant Week

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Looking for an excuse to eat out rather than cook? Are you trying to convince your family to try someplace new rather than going to eat at the same place again? Restaurant Week in Spartanburg is January 10-20, 2019. This means several restaurants in Spartanburg will have special menus – many with discounted rates. We’re here to help you eat all the things.

If you are new to Restaurant Week, here’s what you need to know. Click this link to head to the official page that lists are the participating restaurants. From this link, you also have the opportunity to view the special menus and make reservations.

We asked our contributors here at Kidding Around for their recommendations and wish lists on menu items. Here are their picks:

Crepe Factory

What we’d order: Bacon and Brie, Brussel Sprout Hashbrowns, and Dessert Crepe with nutella and strawberries
Why: We love their crepes and you can’t go wrong with bacon
Price: 2 courses for $12.95/person

Delaney’s Irish Pub

What we’d order: 1/2 order of Irish Nachos, Shepherds Pie, Chocolate Chunk Cookie
Why: Everything on the menu looks delicious and Shepherds Pie is such a great warm meal on a cold day
Price: 3 courses for $20/person

Cribbs Kitchen

What we’d order: Harvest Salad, Braised Short Rib, Red Velvet Cake
Why: Cribbs has such a great atmosphere and the food is great. Plus, the Braised Short Ribs come with cheese grits.
Price: 3 courses for $30/person

The Kennedy

What we’d order: Baked Ricotta, Parisian Gnocchi with Grilled Royal Red Shrimp, Smoked Chocolate Mousse
Why: I’ve been dying for an excuse to try this new restaurant that has been getting a lot of buzz. Plus, baked ricotta sounds amazing.
Price: 3 courses for $30/person

The Flat

What we’d order: Fried Pickles, Pimento Burger, and Donut Bites
Why: The Flat is a cool new restaurant with a great atmosphere in downtown Spartanburg. I’m also always on a search for the best fried pickles.
Price: $3 courses for $20/person

Additionally, there are several new restaurants participating in Spartanburg’s Restaurant Week including The Silo, Level 10, and The Standard. The special menus from these restaurants have not been posted yet, but we imagine their menus will be just as tasty. This is a great opportunity to try out some new places around town. Get your grub on!

Which restaurant will you visit during Restaurant Week?

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Jennifer relocated to Spartanburg seven years ago, and now spends her days working from home and taking care of her two kids. She loves this area because we can go from rural areas to urban areas to the mountains within an hour. Her favorite things to do with her kids are using their imaginations and visiting Spartanburg County local libraries. Follow Jennifer at

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