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South Carolina’s capital city is home to a variety of renowned restaurants, all of which bring something unique and exciting to the table. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite downtown or dinner reservations with a view of the South Carolina State House, Columbia has you and your appetite covered.


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Five Beaches for Shark Tooth Sleuthing

Experience the thrill of a shark tooth hunt at these SC beaches.

Libby Wiersema

Ag + Art Tour Nourishes Body, Mind and Soul

Farming and art merge each weekend in June for SC’s annual Ag + Art Tour.

Libby Wiersema

Out-of-the-Park Adventures: Oconee State Park

Visit the charming town of Walhalla and the nearby Stumphouse Park and Oconee Station State Historic Site during your visit to Oconee State Park.

Marie McAden

Explore South Carolina’s Six National Natural Landmarks

South Carolina’s six National Natural Landmarks preserve the best examples of some of America’s unique ecosystems and geological features.

Marie McAden

Iconic Eats: Myrtle Beach

These 10 dishes keep the Myrtle Beach crowds coming back for more.

Libby Wiersema

The Best Golf and Accommodations Near the Palmetto Championship at Congaree

Going to the Palmetto Championship at Congaree? Consider staying in nearby Beaufort, Hilton Head Island, Bluffton or Walterboro.

Perry Baker

Meatless Eats: Five Vegan Cafes to Try in Charleston

Vibrant flavors shine in vegan dishes from these five Charleston restaurants.

Libby Wiersema

Meatless Eats: Five Vegan Cafes to Try on Hilton Head Island

Eat like a vegan local when you dine at one of these five Hilton Head Island cafes.

Libby Wiersema