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.
Michael Fusco Jr. has opened a new restaurant near Lake Murray. DW Fusco's, next door to Fusco's Market, will focus on old school dinner menu items and some signature Italian dishes. The restaurant features a bar, patio and bocce court.
The Twitter feeds of the South Carolina Department of Agriculture and Georgia Grown are going back and forth on each state's peach crops, with the Palmetto State bragging about producing 3 times as many as its neighbor, the Peach State.
2400 Devine St., the former location of Tallulah and Dianne's restaurants in Columbia, SC, is on the market. NAI Avant listed the 5,333-square-foot building for sale or lease July 3, 2018. Asking price is $1.3 million.
Marco's Pizza sets opening date for Forest Drive location, which is next door to Smoothie King and Breugger's Bagels. This will be the 16th location in SC owned by Forest Acres residents Joe Walker and Andrew Reed.
The Lizard's Thicket location on Knox Abbott Drive in Cayce, SC, is closed for renovations. The store, one of 15 local stores, is expected to be closed for six weeks. When it reopens, expect an updated kitchen and new seating.
Kao Thai restaurant opens in the old Columbia Fire Department Headquarters on Senate Street in the Vista. The new restaurant will serve classic Thai cuisine, including rice and noodle dishes, and curries, for lunch and dinner.
Main Street Public House, a popular downtown Columbia, SC restaurant is parting ways with a member of its ownership group after it was reported he made racist comments. The restaurant said Jimmy Latulipe is out effective immediately.
Soda City Market is celebrating its 300th market July 7 on Main Street in Columbia, SC. We take a look at the market's growth — and influence — on Main Street and the community from its beginning in 2005 as the All Local Farmers Market to 2018.
Owners of The Peanut Man are nearing completion of a new 10,000 sq ft location on Fernandina Road in Columbia, SC. The St. Andrews area store will feature a bakery, coffee shop and chocolate factory in addition to peanuts, popcorn and candy.
As iconic Yesterdays Restaurant & Tavern celebrates 40 years in business in Columbia's Five Points entertainment district, partner Darrell Barnes looks back on the past and what's changed over the years — and what the future may hold.
Panera, Pei Wei, Chick-fil-A, pizza, ice cream, barbecue and sushi among the new restaurants and foods available at Russell House when USC students resume classes for the fall 2018 semester. Students can pay with cash, credit or meal plans.
Amazon Prime benefits are available at Whole Foods stores in 10 new states. Shoppers in South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Arizona, Oregon, Washington can save percent off certain items.
The Friends of Epworth Children's Home have created a separate business, Epworth Ice Cream Co., that will produce and market ice cream to benefit the home. The home's peanut butter ice cream was produced in the 1930s.
A new restaurant with rooftop seating is coming to 1649 Main St in Columbia, SC. Hendrix, a chef-driven restaurant, will open in fall 2018 in the upper floors of the former Hennessey's building at the corner of Main and Blanding streets.
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.