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 9-19, 2020. 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. 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:

Blue Moon Speciality Foods

What we’d order: Special Sandwich of the Day with a House Side of Pimento Cheese Grits
Why: There’s an art to a good sandwich and their regular menu sounds like they’ve nailed it. Plus, the word on the street is that their Pimento Cheese Grits are perfect.
Price: Lunch menu is $7

Dray Bar and Grill

What we’d order: Chicken Corn Chowder, Teriyaki Flank Steak, and Praline Bread Pudding
Why: We’re eager to try Dray Bar, which opened in December 2019. The whole menu sounds like a flavorful and filling experience.
Price: Dinner is three courses for $28 per person

Cribbs Kitchen

What we’d order: Shiitake Flat Bread, Crab Cakes, Griddle Pound Cake
Why: Cribbs has such a great atmosphere and the food is great. Plus, I always enjoy crab cakes.
Price: Three courses for $30 per person

Heirloom – A Milltown Eatery

What we’d order: Baked Atlantic Oysters, Deckle of Beef, and Smoked Almond Chocolate Tart
Why: Everything about this menu says “winter comfort food” and sounds carefully-crafted and delicious.
Price: Three courses for $35 per person

Sparks Fire-Inspired Grille at The Spartanburg Marriott

What we’d order: Whipped Ricotta, Shrimp and Grits, Hot Chocolate Pot
Why: I am drawn like a moth to the flame when there’s a ricotta cheese appetizer. Also, nothing says “delicious comfort food” like a warm bowl of Shrimp and Grits.
Price: Three courses for $35 per person

Several of the restaurants participating in this year’s Spartanburg Restaurant Week are finalizing their menus so be sure to visit the Restaurant Week site for updates and make your reservations. This is a great opportunity to try out some new places around town and revisit some old favorites. 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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