Charleston Hospitality Group Celebrating New Year’s Eve Events at Fill, Eli’s Table, Tabbuli and Toast

FILL Restaurant & Piano Bar, Eli’s Table, Tabbuli, and Toast of Summerville all Hosting Tailored NYE Events – Charleston, SC – December 31, 2017

FILL Restaurant & Piano Bar – CHG’s newest property is tipping its hat to 2018 with a trifecta of celebratory options. These  include a $45 bar package (seating at the bar and bar tables, entertainment plus 3 drinks of choice, food a la carte), $125 dinner package (seating in the dining room, chef’s featured four-course menu with wine pairings or choice of beverage) and a $200 VIP package (dinner package plus unlimited beverages and table for the evening).  The bar package can be combined with the dinner package at a discounted rate of $25.

First-course options for the dinner package and VIP package dinner includes bacon bombs, mariachi bites, Hawaiian style lumpia, and lamb meatballs. The second course includes Fiona’s apple salad and corn and jalapeno bisque. Entrée choices include a 9-ounce filet mignon, pecan-encrusted salmon, bone-in pork chop, jerk chicken, and fire roasted tomato and mozzarella ravioli with butter-poached lobster. Executive Chef Michael Rogers will present a chef’s selection for dessert on the big night. Fill Restaurant & Piano Bar is located 1150 Hungryneck Boulevard, Mount Pleasant, 29464. For reservations call 843.800.3042 or visit fillbar.com

Eli’s Table – Executive Chef Steve Hampton and his culinary team have created an elegant menu to savor 2018’s debut. To start, lobster bisque with grilled crostini and basil ($12) or a salad of Champagne and butter-poached lobster with mesculin, manchego, blistered cherry tomato, shaved radish, and blueberry and green tea reduction ($21).  A roasted hearts of romaine Caesar salad is a second salad alternative ($12). Entrée offerings including rainbow trout with charred asparagus, smoked Gouda grit cake, pecan apple butter, sweet potato crisp and trout roe ($36) or braised bone-in short rib with farro pilaf, herbed zucchini & spaghetti squash with a blistered tomatoes bordelaise ($45).  For dessert, a duo of white and dark chocolate chip bread pudding, rum crème anglaise, shaved dark chocolate and fresh whipped vanilla cream with mixed berries. Eli’s Table’s New Year’s Eve Dinner will be available from 5 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.  Eli’s Table will be open for regular business hours on New Year’s Day, January 1, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. The restaurant is located at 129 Meeting Street, downtown. For more information, call 843.405.5115 or visit Elistable.com

Tabbuli – Tabbuli will welcome 2018 with a Fifty Shades of Masquerade fete with a seriously taboo theme. Known for its authentic Mediterranean cuisine, Tabbuli is also a riveting destination for alternative entertainment including drag shows, live music and raucous “taboo” fashion shows. This New Years’ Eve, twenty-five dollars will buy revelers general admission. VIP Tickets are $100 and include seating in VIP section, community Hookah pipes, and all you can drink libations and tapas. The party begins at 9 p.m. and continues until 2 a.m.  Tabbuli is located at 6 N. Market Street, downtown. Call 843.628.5959 or visit Tabbuli.com to make reservations.

Toast of Summerville – The restaurant’s Kid Bash will toast 2018 hourly with milk and cookies for the kids while the parents enjoy grown-up libations, an adult menu, and staff oversight of the kids. The Kid’s Bash special menu and activities will be served from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Children aged 3 to 12 can select from a buffet of mac ‘n cheese, peanut butter ‘n jelly sliders, chicken tenders, mini pancakes, bacon, crudité and fruit plates ($6 per child). Toast of Summerville is located at 717 Old Trolley Road, Summerville. For more information or to make reservations call 843-900.4422 or visit toastofcharleston.com

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Contact:
Holly Herrick
Charleston Hospitality Group
843.822.0011
Holly@CharlestonHospitalityGroup

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