Bodega

301 Main ST

Conway, SC 29526

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Phone: (843) 248-9271

City: Conway

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Bodega

Bodega is the largest family owned kitchen and tablescapes store in South Carolina. They carry everything one could possibly need to outfit a beautiful and functional cooking and dining experience. Divided between two large historic buildings, the store dedicates one entire side to offering the latest patterns from the top designers in tablescapes and dining decor. Shoppers can browse two floors, displaying thousands of items to decorate for your next dining event. There are also many food products from SC producers.

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