Mac's Drive In

404 Pendleton RD

Clemson, SC 29631

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Phone: (864) 654-2845

City: Clemson

Region: Mountains

Mac's Drive In

Mac's offers homemade hamburgers, beer-battered onion rings, milkshakes and sweet tea. The short order-style bar has been open since 1956 and diners from all over keep coming back. "USA Today Travel" named Mac's Drive-In one of the 51 Great Burger Joints in the country. To say that it's one of Clemson's most famous eateries is an uderstatement. It's an icon and the place for good burgers and good conversations. Watch a documumentary about Mac's.

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