Virginia’s on King, a Southern-style restaurant in the heart of downtown Charleston, invites families and friends to drop the dishes and celebrate Thanksgiving with a special menu. Available only on Thursday, Nov. 26, the feast includes herb stuffed turkey, sweet potatoes, gravy and plenty of Virginia Bennett’s family recipes.
“By pairing Thanksgiving favorites with southern hospitality, we look forward to delivering a memorable experience for families, couples and foodies of all ages,” shares Eddie Wiles, executive chef of Virginia’s on King.
Menu highlights include:
Traditional Turkey Plate with herbed stuffing, mashed potatoes & gravy, sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce ($19.99)
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with candied pecans and cranberry crema (cup $4.99, bowl $6.99)
Bacon-Wrapped Pork Chop stuffed with spinach, cornbread and cranberries, served with roasted cauliflower, whipped sweet potatoes and apple-shallot gravy ($21.99)
Oyster and Spinach Salad with fried oysters, cherry tomatoes, baby spinach and maple horseradish vinaigrette ($10.99)
Virginia’s on King’s Thanksgiving Day menu will be served on Nov. 26 during regular restaurant hours of 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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Sydney is the founder of Queen of the Food Age, a regionally recognized food blog that her mother insists is the greatest thing she’s ever read. Sydney spends her free time reading and writing but not doing arithmetic because numbers confuse her. Generally you can find her laughing at goofy videos on YouTube, taking Instagrams of her food while at dinner with friends, or singing really bad Journey karaoke.