Steamers Cafe

104 Musgrove ST

Clinton, SC 29325

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Phone: (864) 833-2800

City: Clinton

Region: Midlands

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Steamers Cafe

Steamers Cafe started as a hot dog stand inside C-Mart, a local convenience store, in October of 2003. As both the business and the menu grew, the search was on for a new location. 104 Musgrove Street was purchased and renovated and Steamers Cafe has been operating in this location since August of 2005. Steamers is a Clinton favorite offering breakfast, deli sandwiches, hot sandwiches, soups, salads, burgers, blue plates and daily specials.

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