It's evidently culinary anniversary season, with another two local restaurants offering celebratory deals:
Sweeney's is turning one this weekend, and co-owner Jim Sweeney reports it's been a year chockfull of adjustments: "We have listened to our both our cheerleaders and our critics and have added sound-proofing panels; lights on the patio and created menus where a blending of Southern dishes with regional American influences come together using great local ingredients," he writes. "Daily Blue Plate lunch specials, a new bar snack menu and happy hours have been added."
There's also a new chef in charge of the kitchen, although Sweeney didn't return a message seeking more information about the contributions of Adam Cloyes, who previously served as Oak Steakhouse's chef de cuisine.
To mark the anniversary, Sweeney's is offering alcohol at half-price tonight and tomorrow night. "ALL alcohol," Sweeney stresses. The only caveat is customers have to purchase food too. But remember, there's no bus back to Charleston from Johns Island, so imbibe accordingly. To learn more, check out sweeneysrestaurantsc.com.
For its seventh anniversary, Fish Restaurant is restoring its once-beloved lunch service for just one day. On Aug. 7, the Upper King restaurant is offering a "$10 menu of Asian-inspired wraps paired with side items like tomato-cucumber salad, paprika chips and edamame and lentils." House wine, Champagne and beer will be priced at $2 a glass. For more information, visit Facebook.com/FishRestaurantCharleston.
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