Why can’t Charleston Restaurant Week last all year? It’s only day two of Restaurant Week and East Bay Street is teeming with people in search of the best Restaurant Week menu. Look no further than our cozy little restaurant and oyster bar. The Amen Street kitchen is busy prepping for another big night. Chef Ollard created a delicious menu for this highly-anticipated week. The menu features stews, soups, fresh fish and the right amount of sweet to send you off into a delicious after-dinner haze.
If you’re sticking to your 2012 Resolutions, the Amen Street Restaurant Week menu has something fresh, light and healthy for you: a colorful chopped salad for starters, pan roasted fish, steamed rice and oyster stew- featured in this month’s Local Palate Magazine. If you’re not sticking to your resolutions, go for the rich, creamy She-Crab Soup, move on to Shrimp and Grits and polish it off with the Coconut Pie. And, be sure to add a bottle of wine or handcrafted cocktail to the table.
With our 3 courses for $30 menu, you’ll have a chance to sample Chef Ollard’s tasty appetizers, sustainable seafood dishes and amazing deserts at an all-inclusive price. You’ve got until January 22nd, so find a date, make a reservation and bask in the glow that is Restaurant Week at Amen Street.
You can of course eat off the Restaurant Week menu. Check out today’s daily special menu…
Here’s a look at our 3 for $30 menu.
First Course — choose one
– Chopped Salad with Romaine, Radicchio, Cherries, Toasted Almonds and Candied Garlic Vinaigrette
– She Crab Soup with Sherry
Second Course — choose one
– Crab Cakes with Whipped Potatoes, Grilled Asparagus, Sweet Onion Remoulade
– Shrimp & Grits with Tasso-Roasted Tomato Cream
– Pan Roasted Golden Tilefish with Steamed Rice and Oyster Stew
Third Course — choose one
– Coconut Pie
– Chocolate Terrine