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Welcome To Augusta Restaurant Week
Masters Week is going to look a lot different this year. Not only because of the fall weather and changing leaves, this year we won’t have patrons coming in to enjoy the incredible hospitality our city has to offer. The Boys & Girls Club of the CSRA has teamed up with 24 local restaurants to host a week-long event, Restaurant Week, to encourage Augustans to participate in dining out at local spots throughout the week. You can expect to see new menus, specials, and other fun offerings at various locations. This event will run during Masters Week 2020, from November 6-15. Dining in or carryout is available at each restaurant location.
Here are all the participating restaurants to help plan your week:
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So often we grab a beer out of the refrigerator and don’t think about what kind of beer it is, how much effort and time went into making it, or what it actually tastes like. So we’re taking a deep dive into the Smoked Cherry Porter releasing this week at Savannah River Brewing Company to gain a better appreciation for the craft behind craft beer.
Becca Ledford and Kristin Hampson created Salt & Savannah after unintentionally making a crowd-pleasing charcuterie board for a baby shower. After some nudges from friends, they decided to start their own business.
We are firm believers in doing it big on Christmas, and that same energy goes for what we drink. We rounded up some of our favorite festive beers with the perfect pairings for your holiday meals this season. You can find all the beverages listed at local liquor stores around the CSRA.