Former employees accuse the owner of Moosehead Saloon of firing the majority of his black staff because too many African Americans were in the bar. The allegation followed a dress code incident at the Five Points bar.
Waffle House has a food truck to bring the restaurant’s food to customers. But it’s not accessible as a late-night stop. It caters weddings, birthdays, tailgating, reunions, religious and corporate events.
University of South Carolina students can save money when they bring their student IDs to some local restaurants, movie theaters or art studios. The businesses include Palmetto Pig, Pawley’s Front Porch, Spotify.
A man was allegedly beat with a club after going to Tuscanini’s Restaurant to ask for his paycheck. Police said the victim hadn’t been paid for 94 hours of work at $9 an hour. The suspect is charged with third-degree assault and battery.
Reynolds Wrap is looking for someone to fill the position of Chief Grilling Officer. Basically, you and a friend can travel the US for two weeks and get paid $10,000 while sampling the best BBQ and grilling techniques.
Southern Living magazine is looking for the Best of the South destinations, including restaurants. Of the 25 nominees for the best restaurants in South Carolina, Motor Supply Co. Bistro is the only one in Columbia.
BLD Diner at Trenholm Plaza held a series of soft opening test runs of food and service over the weekend. The Forest Acres restaurant owned by Sean Moore, formerly of Five Guys, is scheduled to open Monday, Aug. 6.
The State took a look at the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control’s inspection reports for food establishments across the midlands. These restaurants received some of the lowest ratings in July.
Chick-fil-A restaurants in Atlanta will offer Mealtime Kits starting Aug. 27, 2018, packages of preportioned ingredients prepped to cook at home, similar to online delivery services Blue Apron, Hello Fresh, Plated.
In celebration of Krispy Kreme’s 81st birthday Friday, July 27, the doughnut giant is offering a dozen original glazed doughnuts for $1 when you buy any dozen. Offer is good Friday only, at participating locations.
On the heels of Chick-fil-A canceling its beloved cow calendar, Charlotte-based Bojangles’ announces it will produce a downloadable 2019 barnyard calendar, complete with discount coupons for “udderly delicious” food.
Famous Toastery had planned to open on Main Street in Columbia, SC. Now the company’s founder and CEO Robert Maynard says that those plans are on hold. The NC-based eatery has a location in northeast Columbia.
The wait is over. Steak n Shake opened a new location in northeast Columbia, SC. Original Steakburgers, Prime Burgers, fries and shakes are now available at the restaurant that opened July 23 at Killian Road and I-77.
Flowers Foods issues voluntary recall on line of Swiss rolls, Captain John Derst’s Old Fashioned Bread. The baked goods are sold in grocery stores throughout South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Florida.
Aramark Sports and Entertainment, LLC, the company that sells food at Williams-Brice Stadium, has applied for a “permanent” liquor license at the Gamecocks’ football stadium. No alcohol will be sold at games, USC said.
Lowes Foods opens its first store in Richland County on Wednesday, July 18. The new addition, at 4711 Forest Drive, will bring the number of grocery stores located along a 2.4-mile stretch of Forest Drive to six.
Maurice’s Piggy Park BBQ closes location in northeast Columbia. The Two Notch road restaurant, across from Sesquicentennial Park, sold to a car dealership. O’Neil Court and Clemson Road locations to remain open.
Where can you get late night food in Columbia? Really late night — like midnight and after? Here are some choices — listed in order of when the kitchen closes — for late night or (really) early morning snacking.
Beginning April 26, Shipt online marketplace will roll out service across parts of Mississippi and Louisiana. Shipt will deliver from Rouses Supermarket in Ocean Springs or Gulfport and from Target in D'Iberville.