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A La Cart: Introducing Our Online Gift Cards!

01.07.13 | Get Fresh

It may be well into January, but here at Fish Restaurant in Charleston, the spirit of giving is still going strong thanks to our latest addition - the online gift card store!

We've made it easier than ever to wrap up one of our convenient – and might we add, good-looking – gift cards in our one-stop shop for celebrating the many moments that matter.

Just hop on to the 'GIFT CARD' link from our homepage, or head straight to FishRestaurantCharleston.com/Store. You'll see a range of gift amounts to peruse, but don't feel limited. You can also  customize your own giftcard for milestone birthdays, anniversaries or special occasions.

Once you've selected an amount, tell us how you’d like your gift packaged - either pick-up or delivery. Then, it's straight to check-out... unless you'd rather make a few additions to your cart. Hey, we get it: with a New Year chock-full of promise ahead, there’s no harm in being prepared.

Best of all, our affordable menu and happy hour see to it that the best things things come in small packages. Fish gift cards are good for lunch, dinner, late night and everything in between - including moo shu lunch and dim sum, inspired cocktails, wine and more. Personally, we’d go straight for dessert and never look back.

Cheers to a gift with great taste for every occasion!

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