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Guest Post: The Five Must Visit Restaurants in Columbia

By: Discount Attractions Columbia SC, the capitol city, features some amazing southern cuisine. If you’re looking for haute cuisine, you may have to keep looking, but if you love that Paula Deen style of southern cooking, look no further: You’re home! Here are 5 of the best restaurant experiences Columbia has to offer. Yesterdays Restaurant and [...]

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Special Event: Lake Carolina Wine & Food Festival

EXPERIENCE THE CULINARY CULTURE OF THE SOUTH! Tickets are now on sale for Lake Carolina’s 10th Annual Wine & Food Festival on Saturday, October 13 from 2pm – 5pm. The festival kicks off at 8:00am with the Wine Glass 10K sponsored by Velocity Distance Project and continues with wine & food tastings in the afternoon. [...]

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Saluda’s

Saluda’s has been on our list of restaurants to try for awhile now, and on the eve eve of the famed St. Patty’s Day Five Points Festival, we finally made it up the carpeted wooden staircase to this second-story fine dining Columbia, SC establishment. At our table on the front balcony, we had a great view of [...]

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Terra

Terra is perched on a hilly rise just over the Gervais St. bridge and rushes out to meet you when you arrive in West Columbia. The brick sidewalk adds an Old South flavor to the walk down State  St. toward the doors of our destination, but after a few stumbles it’s not hard to see why brick gave [...]

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Husk Restaurant

To those of you who received our unfinished post, we apologize. The mouse and “publish” button have a relationship that is sometimes out of our hands. There is so much I could say about Husk, and every statement would end with an exclamation point. Actually, that’s really the only way we can convey our excitement- [...]

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Garibaldi’s Cafe

A circlet of ivy crowns the green awning of Garibaldi’s Greene St. entrance. Valet boys take a break from bragging about their tips and joustle for position as a car approaches, hoping to gain the favor of the next customer. One gives up as a street light reveals the profile of an approaching Ford Fiesta. [...]

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Peace Love & Rocky Roast

Walking into Peace Love & Rock Roast feels like you are getting a friendly high five and a hug from the coffee fairy all at once. Cool vibe personified. Add the mellow jams of a bygone era (think “woodstock coffee shop”) and you finally have a caffeine vendor that is on the same “cool” level [...]

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Holiday Cheer, Brought to You by Starbucks

Twenty posts and nary a word tossed in the direction of the creeping corporate kudzu. I know what you are thinking…”How dare those loonies at Capital City Eatz write a post on a corporate establishment! What’s next? An enlightening post comparing market prices of pork and the seemingly random comebacks of the McRib?” Rebrand yourself [...]

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Southern Living Taste of Charleston | Recap

This past weekend the Capital City Eatz tandem attended the Southern Living Taste of Charleston Food Festival. Food. Beer. Music. Dancing. Charleston. Does a better mix even exist? Not likely in our opinion! Maybe add in some nice weather (it was rainy) but we can’t get too greedy. The festival took place at the historic [...]

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Hunter-Gatherer Brewery & Ale House

We went to the Hunter-Gatherer Thursday night, and even if you read this post days/weeks/months from now, we will still be thinking about the Chicken Ravioli. For those of you who aren’t familiar with H-G, this Columbia establishment has been brewing and serving their own “English-style ales” since 1995. They also know how to cook. The [...]

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