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$36 for a contemporary Southern dinner for two, valid Monday–Thursday (up to $70 total value) $39 for a contemporary Southern dinner for two, valid Friday–Sunday (up to $70 total value)
- One appetizer (up to $12 value)
- Two entrees (up to $29 value each)
$69 for a contemporary Southern dinner for four, valid Monday–Thursday (up to $140 total value) $72 for a contemporary Southern dinner for four, valid Friday–Sunday (up to $140 total value)
- Two appetizers (up to $12 value each)
- Four entrees (up to $29 value each)
The seasonally changing menu features starters such as flash-fried, local green tomatoes and pan-seared crab cakes. These precede entrees such as a grilled ribeye with truffled herb fries, a pork chop brined in sweet tea, and shrimp and grits in a brandy cream.
Saluda's Restaurant celebrates many histories. Its solid mahogany bar was part of Philadelphia's Blakely Hotel in the late 1800s, its walls sport vintage European posters advertising festive drinks, and its menu pays homage to timeless Southern staples, from shrimp and grits to artfully grilled rib eyes. Perhaps the greatest nod to the past is the building itself, which was constructed after World War I as a VFW officers club. There, veterans would gather to carouse and reminisce, fostering a convivial tradition that Saluda's has since restored and nurtured.
Executive chef Josh Rogerson, who grew up in Bologna, Italy, embraced that country's culinary heritage and art. He started from reading tons of his mother's cookbooks in his childhood, later moving to Germany where he continued his learning about flavors of Europe. Josh has been working at Saluda's since 2014, putting his own stamp and a spark of Italian heritage on the restaurant's menu.
At the bar, guests can peruse more than 300 wines as well as cocktails and small-batch bourbon.