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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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I visited 8 of Augusta’s most-recommended spots in search of the best Old Fashioned. For such a classic cocktail, you’d be surprised how unique they all were.
If enjoying a Nutella crepe under a vine-covered pergola while sipping a warm latte sounds good, you’re in luck. You can find Paris right here in Aiken at La Parisienne French Restaurant.
A few of us from the HUB team (who know very little about beer) sample pumpkin-flavored brews so you don’t have to. There’s nothing better than beer novices tasting beer, right?
With vintage jazz posters plastered along the walls and a decadent menu, French Market Grille brings an authentic taste of the bayou with plenty of southern hospitality to go around.
Chef Jeremy Miller and his wife Cara bring delicious vegan doughnuts and pastries to the CSRA. With limited-edition flavors like Banana Pudding, Cookies & Cream, Orange Pistachio, and Birthday Cake 2.0 – they go FAST. Get ’em while they’re Haute.
Augusta welcomes SolFood Kitchen, a new health-conscious eatery offering guilt-free plates and a positive impact. Grab yourself a handcrafted frosé and sit back and relax because you’re contributing to a whole lot of good while eating well, a win-win.
Whether you’re searching for a new date night spot, hanging with friends, or up for making new ones, SouthBound Smokehouse has the recipe for a good time. Come-as-you-are for good food, good people, and good music.