Tue, February 20, 2024

Event to showcase Columbia County restaurants

Columbia County restaurants offer diners a variety of culinary options, and an event next week will celebrate many of those restaurants.

The Columbia County Chamber of Commerce and the Columbia County Convention and Visitors Bureau have teamed up to host the second annual Columbia County Restaurant Week, which will be held Monday, Jan. 24 thru Sunday, Jan. 30. Diners will have the opportunity to enjoy special menu items and discounts at eateries throughout the county, including Cork & Flame, The Ironwood Tavern, and The Acorn Restaurant. As of Thursday afternoon, Jan. 20, 12 restaurants had signed up to participate. “The Chamber is thrilled to celebrate and showcase the diverse restaurant scene we have in Columbia County,” says Russell Lahodny, the Chamber’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are proud to support and highlight the importance of the entire local restaurant community, particularly during this time.”

The Columbia County Chamber of Commerce and the Columbia County Convention and Visitors Bureau will host the second annual Columbia County Restaurant Week Jan. 24-30. (Photo courtesy of the Chamber)

The Laziza Mediterranean Grill (see photo above) – located at 4272 Washington Road, Suite 8A in the Evans Towne Center – has signed up to participate again this year. Eli Andrews, the restaurant’s General Manager, says Laziza’s special for the event will be $5 feta fries. “We’re looking forward to participating in Columbia County Restaurant Week,” states Andrews. “We’re hoping for more traffic.”

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For a full list of participating restaurants and specials, visit ColumbiaCountyEats.com. Event information can also be found on the Columbia County Restaurant Week Facebook page. The Chamber and CVB are asking diners at these restaurants to post pictures using the hashtag #ColumbiaCountyEats.

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