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Woodford Reserve Whiskey Dinner

Experience an evening of bourbon tasting and craft cocktails paired with a one-of-a-kind meal. Hosted by The Dewberry & Woodford Reserve’s Assistant Master Distiller, Elizabeth McCall.

Tuesday October 2nd 6:30PM

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The Happiest Hours

Join us Monday through Friday between 5:00 and 6:30 for $6 wines by the glass, $3 rotating draft beers, and half off all small plates.

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Wine & Dine Wednesdays

Our curated wine list, featuring the world’s best family-owned vineyards, is half off on Wednesdays during lunch and dinner. Enjoy high-quality, ingredient-driven dishes presented in the unpretentious spirit of a traditional brasserie, paired with your favorite vintage wine.

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Let's Dew Lunch

Come talk business over our daily lunch specials and receive valet parking with our compliments.

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Pre-Theatre Dining

Our chefs have crafted a specialty 3-course offering for our pre-theatre crowd. Dine with us Monday through Friday between 5PM and 6PM to enjoy our $45 pre-fixe menu.

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Dining Al Fresco

It’s officially patio season here in Charleston. Be sure to reserve your table outside on the patio for a lingering Sunday Brunch, a midweek Lunch or an evening dinner under the stars. Our Treehouse Table is also available for private small groups. 

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  • “The pièce de résistance may just be its restaurant: Henrietta’s.”
    Town & Country
  • “The lobster omelet from…Henrietta’s is a baller way to brunch.”
    Bon Appétit
  • “…the most talked-about spot in the property is the main restaurant, Henrietta’s.”
    Condé Nast Traveler
  • “Southern Hospitality at Its Finest.”
    Bon Appétit
  • “The food—especially the buckwheat crepes... is well worth the wait.”
    The New York Post
  • “The standard raw bar gets an upgrade…”
    Food & Wine