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Restaurant Week Myrtle Beach kicks off Thursday

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Over a dozen Grand Strand and Pee Dee restaurants are taking part in South Carolina Restaurant Week 2014.

Click here to enter to win $50 gift certificates from participating Restaurant Week locations!

It begins on January 9 and ends on January 19. During that time, restaurants across the state are offering set price menus that allow diners to enjoy their casual and high-end cuisine at an amazing value.

Here's a list of the restaurants in the Grand Strand region that are participating:

$35 per person:

  • Ruth's Chris Steak House, Myrtle Beach
  • $30 per person:

  • Aspen Grille, Myrtle Beach
  • Castano's Italian Steakhouse, Myrtle Beach
  • Croissants Bistro and Bakery, Myrtle Beach
  • Drunken Jack's, Murrells Inlet
  • Victors Bistro, Florence
  • Vidalias at Sheraton, Myrtle Beach
  • WaterScapes Restaurant at the Marina Inn, Myrtle Beach
  • $28 per person:

  • Parson's Table, Little River
  • $25 per person:

  • Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro, Little River;
  • Crady's Eclectic Cuisine on Main, Conway
  • $7.49 plates:

  • Lizard's Thicket, Florence
  • The special menus are being offered in restaurants across the state. To see the menu items being offered by each restaurants, check out the website for Restaurant Week in South Carolina.

    For a list of just the Grand Strand restaurants that are participating, click here: http://bit.ly/1dWmzwI

    Tune in to WMBF News at 4 p.m. all next week for interviews and recipes from Restaurant Week participants!

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