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Hom, at 563 King St., is hosting a burger pop-up night to offer a sample of the food from the upcoming Charleston restaurant Maison. The pop-up will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The menu includes a French bistro-inspired burger and a chartreuse swizzle cocktail.
- The Frenchie: A 3-ounce braised short-rib patty and 3-ounce beef patty, caramelized onions and roasted garlic aioli on a sesame seed bun, topped with red wine and black truffle sauce and Gruyere cheese.
- Chartreuse Swizzle: John D. Taylor’s Velvet Falernum Liqueur, fresh lime and pineapple juices, Green Chartreuse and Angostura Bitters, garnished with mint and lime.
Langdon’s is featuring a four-course dinner for $95 per person for New Year’s Eve.
Opal will offer a three-course dinner plus charcuterie for $69 per person.
Wine pairings can be added for $65 at Langdon’s and $49 at Opal.
Wood & Grain also is taking reservations for New Year’s Eve for its full menu and specials.
Over 80 restaurants participate in Charleston Restaurant Week twice a year, in September and January. Newcomers joining the roster in January include Nico, Bourbon N’ Bubbles, Henry’s, Josephine Wine Bar, Swig & Swine and Tradd’s.