Sardi's Den

520 Old Greenville HWY

Clemson, SC 29631

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Phone: (864) 654-7427

City: Clemson

Region: Mountains

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Sardi's Den

Sardi's Den is known for their delicious baby back BBQ ribs. Check out their daily and nightly specials, including all-you-can-eat crab legs on Tuesday nights. Reservations are recommended for dinner.

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