Charleston earned its nickname as the “Holy City” because it was a melting pot of different religions, so perhaps it’s no surprise that Charleston restaurants are a melting pot of different cuisines—a fact that has made it one of the top eating destinations in the United States. From upscale eateries like Charleston Grill, a swanky spot with cosmopolitan food and live jazz playing in the background, to family-friendly favorites like the Charleston Crab House, which serves up freshly caught Lowcountry seafood, there is something for everyone. Because there are too many places to choose from, Charleston Restaurant Week gives locals and tourists alike the chance to sample several of the area’s top restaurants with special prix fixe lunch and dinner menus.

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