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Amazing Fine Dining in Charleston for Mother’s Day

Looking for the perfect spot to take your mother or wife for mother’s day? Take her on a vacation to beautiful Charleston. The amazing spring weather coupled with the architecture, events and shopping make it the perfect spot for a fun weekend vacation for the mother in your life. Book your mom a stay at the charming French Quarter Inn, a boutique Charleston Hotel with all the trimmings. Their award-winning hotel features amazing amenities including Champagne upon check in, fresh baked cookies and milk every evening and a sleep pillow menu including the option of a Swedish massage, hypo-allergenic or buckwheat pillow.

Treat your mom to an amazing Mother’s Day meal at Tristan restaurant. Tristan is a fine-dining restaurant located on the ground floor of the French Quarter Inn. Tristan is a four-diamond award-winning restaurant that uses simple ingredients to make stunning dishes. Their amazing restaurant boasts a wine cellar with over 400 labels and some amazing desserts. Tristan will be hosting a special mother’s day menu with three amazing courses for only $40 per person. The first course choices include splendid dishes like chilled sunchoke soup or melon Carpaccio. For the second course you can have an amazing zucchini bread French toast casserole with pistachios and strawberries or a beef short rib with poached eggs and peewee salt potatoes.  Dessert includes a delectable strawberry cream parfait or Bee Sting cake with blueberries and thyme. Check out the full menu choices at Tristan restaurant’s website.

This amazing Mother’s Day meal is going to be one the lucky lady in your life is going to remember for a long time. Treat your mom or wife right with a great weekend escape to downtown Charleston with the French Quarter Inn and Tristan Restaurant. Contact their friendly staff today to book your reservations for Mother’s day weekend!

Posted in News by dpressly on April 26, 2013

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