Bantam Chef 50's Style Restaurant

418 S Alabama ST

Chesnee, SC 29323

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Phone: (864) 461-8403

City: Chesnee

Region: Mountains

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Bantam Chef 50's Style Restaurant

This burger joint dishes up fast food as well as meat 'n' three lunches. The 50's-style atmosphere brings in the crowds. A restored Studebaker, a three-wheeled BMW, a couple of old Harley-Davidson motorcycles, and the memorabilia are some of the items on display.

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