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Plan ahead for South Carolina food festivals.
South Carolina's food heritage is celebrated year round – from oysters in the winter, strawberries and rice in the spring, watermelons and peanuts in the summer and sweet potatoes and collards in the fall. Roll in a pool of grits at St. George's World Grits Festival in April. Spend July 4th at the Lexington County Peach Festival or sample Lowcountry shrimp dishes at the Beaufort Shrimp Festival in September. The possibilities are endless. Click here for more.



Save the date for Restaurant Week South Carolina.
Plan a culinary tour to taste the famous flavors South Carolina has to offer. Visit our newest restaurants, dine at old favorites and taste a variety of exceptional dishes. There's nothing better than the flavors except the value. Restaurants will feature special menu items, promotions and discounts, Jan. 12-22 during Restaurant Week South Carolina. It's the most delicious week of the year! Come celebrate South Carolina's cuisine scene. Your taste buds will thank you!



South Carolina's food and wine festivals.
Pay homage to food and wine at South Carolina's premier wine and food festivals. The Charleston Wine + Food Festival, March 1-4, celebrates a local food culture rich in tradition and the area's James Beard award-winning chefs. Coastal Uncorked in Myrtle Beach features a restaurant week, tasting tents and a strolling music and art promenade. Euphoria, Sept. 20-23, adds music to the mix with national recording artists performing at downtown Greenville's annual wine and food festival.

World Beer Festival comes to Columbia
Enjoy suds sippin' all weekend long at the World Beer Festival in Columbia. Sample hundreds of beers, a variety of local food, educational sessions and entertainment by local musicians. Learn more.

You've gotta try the bacon jam.
If you're looking for different, but good, then try Chef Craig Diehl's bacon jam when you visit Cypress in Charleston. It's served on his wood-grilled burger and his butter lettuce salad. Read more.
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