It's time for Charleston Burger Week 2017 

#ChsBurgerWeek

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Jonathan Boncek

Finally some good news, people — it's Charleston Burger Week! For the third year we're heralding this most joyous fall holiday with all the ground beef and American cheese you can stomach. For the next seven days, 50+ restaurant participants will be serving up burger specials and the best part, a portion of each sale goes to Feed the Need, a nonprofit organization of chefs committed to helping area shelters feed the homeless. Of course, there's also a deal in here for you. If you photograph a favorite Burger Week burger and post it to the 'gram or Twitter with #ChsBurgerWeek, you could win a daily prize and be entered to win a Herd Provisions Meat CSA. So eat up, Buttercup. These deals come but once a year.

To see all the burgers offered this year, visit:
CharlestonBurgerWeek.com

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