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Lowcountry Oyster Festival 

When: Sun., Jan. 27, 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 2013
Price: $12/advance, $15/gate
www.charlestonrestaurantassociation.com
No matter how many oyster roasts you’ve been to this season, you ain’t seen nothing until you’ve been to the Lowcountry Oyster Festival. Featuring an unrivaled 70,000 pounds of oysters, plus a food court with food from eight local restaurants, three food trucks, and three dessert booths, this festival is the best reason we’ve seen to break your New Year’s resolution — you know, the one about eating less. “It always fascinates me how much tradition is associated with the Oyster Fest,” says the Charleston Restaurant Association’s Kathy Britzius. “Even when people move away, I see them keep coming back for the festival.” If you’re feeling the competitive spirit, join in on the oyster eating and shucking contests. Kids will enjoy the children’s fun area with jugglers, aerial artists, and bounce castles. And of course, it’s all for a good cause. Proceeds will go to five local charities, including the Ronald McDonald House and Hollings Cancer Center.
— Davin Turkewitz

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  • The Wreck of the Richard and Charlene
    Freshest seafood in Charleston! I can't find anywhere that compares to how delicious the fried… -annagsu
  • NICO
    Can't go wrong with the oysters! I will definitely be back! Especially when stone crab… -annagsu
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    By far my FAVORITE restaurant in Charleston! They never disappoint! For my appetizer I go… -annagsu
  • Graze
    Never had a bad meal here in years going back again and again. The chicken… -Tom Mcginnis
  • Maui Tacos
    Creative, delicious menu and super-friendly staff make this a hot spot downtown. Definitely a local… -Lara Karam-Rodgers

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