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  • Aiken County Farmers Market
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    897 Richland Avenue
    Aiken, SC 29801

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    803-641-7761

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    Aiken County Farmers Market

    Local farmers market

    Now here's a farmers market with a historic twist! For over 50 years this market has been the place to go for local produce. Even the vendor tables are the same! Listed on the Aiken Historic Register, the Farmers Market is a place where produce is sold and conversation and recipes are shared with friends, old and new.


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  • Aunt Sue's Country Corner
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    109 Country Creek Drive
    Pickens, SC 29671

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    864-878-4366

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    Mountain Lakes

    Aunt Sue's Country Corner
    Restaurant with southern flavors
    Nestled along a National Scenic Byway, Aunt Sue's restaurant has mountain views and an even better menu. Stop here for some Southern comfort food, shops and ice cream for everyone!
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  • Bee Well Honey and Natural Market

    Address:
    205 Hampton Avenue
    Pickens, SC 29671

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    864-898-5122

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    Mountain Lakes

    Bee Well Honey and Natural Market

    A one-stop shop for local honey & natural products from butter to candles and cheese

    The shelves in Bee Well are stocked with everything you need to...be well, of course! Along with local honey and beekeeping supplies, the market shop features staples like bulk spices, grains, milk, butter, meats & cheeses. There's also a wide variety of specialized gifts like candles and soaps. We recommend grabbing a cup of Bee's Beans, fresh brewed coffee sweetened with (what else!) Bee Well honey. There's even a drive-thru!


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  • Black's Camp & Restaurant
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    1370 Blacks Camp Road
    Cross, SC 29436

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    843-753-2231

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    Black's Camp & Restaurant
    Full-service fish camp and restaurant
    Black's Camp is a full-service fish camp with guided or self-guided fishing expeditions. Accommodations are available on site, as well as a restaurant. So even if you're not a fan of fishing, stop by for one of their famous burgers!
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  • Boone Hall Farms
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    2521 Highway 17 North
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466

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    843-856-8154

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    Boone Hall Farms
    A large indoor farm market store that also features a restaurant
    Boone Hall Farm Market specializes in a full line of locally grown South Carolina produce, meats and specialty products. It is also a location for Mount Pleasant Seafood, a local favorite seafood market on Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant since 1945. Certified SC grown produce (in season) Strawberries: April, May, and June. Tomatoes: June, July through early August. Blackberries, blueberries and more. Boone Hall Farms also sells homemade fudge, ice cream, jams, jellies, salad dressings, and has a market cafe featuring Farms Fresh meals with meat and vegetables starting at $6.99. Meatloaf is a favorite!!!
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  • Charleston Cooks!
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    194 East Bay Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

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    843-722-1212

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    Lowcountry

    Charleston Cooks!
    Kitchen retail shop with culinary classes featuring local flavors and ingredients
    A bustling kitchen retail shop where you'll find the artistry, equipment and tools that help you make culinary magic happen, with a teaching kitchen featuring fun-filled cooking classes led by our talented instructors.
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  • Charleston Tea Plantation
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    6617 Maybank Highway
    Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

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    843-559-0383

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    Charleston Tea Plantation
    America's only tea garden offers tours and gift shop
    Come to quiet Wadmalaw Island in the Lowcountry for a visit to America's only tea farm. You can take a trolley tour through the thousands of tea plants (camellia sinesis) and then stop in at the factory to see how the leaves get from the field to your cup! The gift shop is a must with everything from candles to tea pots. Charleston Tea Plantation also holds the First Flush Festival every Spring to celebrate the new harvest season of the tea plants. History Trivia: The "first flush" or first harveset of tea plants has a unique taste and was usually reserved for royalty.
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  • Conference Center & Inn at Clemson University
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    230 Madren Center Drive
    Clemson, SC 29634

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    864-654-9020

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    Mountain Lakes

    Conference Center & Inn at Clemson University
    Clemson University owned hotel and golf course with on-site restaurant featuring Clemson's famous blue-cheese
    You're in Tiger Country now! Clemson University's own hotel and golf course is adjacent to the South Carolina Botanical Gardens and is the only lakeside hotel and golf course in the Clemson area. Complimentary wireless and continental breakfast are available at the charming 89 room Inn. The 18 hole championship golf course includes a driving range, putting and chipping green and fully stocked pro shop. Rental clubs are available. Seasons-By-The-Lake Restaurant, Joe's Place Bar, tennis courts and an outdoor, seasonal pool are also on site.
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  • Cooks Farm
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    1236 Augusta Road
    Trenton, SC 29847

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    803-275-2970

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    Freshwater Coast

    Cook's Farm

    Family owned farm & roadside stand

    Cook's Farm isa family owned and operated Roadside Market and Greenhouse specializing in hand-graded peaches since 1960. Seasonal produce is available at the roadside stand seasonally, along with local products like dressings and salsas!


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  • Geechie Boy Market & Mill
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    2975 Highway 174
    Edisto Island, SC 29438

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    843-209-5220

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    Location:
    Lowcountry

    Geechie Boy Market & Mill

    Local market & u-pick with 1945 grist mill

    Geechie Boy Market and Mill is a certified Roadside Market that features U-Pick or We-Pick the freshest of any produce that it in season. Specialty food items include: coffee, grits, cornmeal, honey, jams, jellies, meat, eggs, cheese, breads, boiled peanuts and fresh cut flowers. For that unique souvenir, bring home stone-ground grits made in front of you by an authentic 1945 mill!


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  • Grits & Groceries
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    2440 Due West Highway
    Belton, SC 29627

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    864-296-3316

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    Mountain Lakes

    Grits & Groceries
    Renowned husband and wife chef team specializing in high quality southern fare
    Grits & Groceries is off the main road, but it's electic soulfood of the South are worth the drive. Their specialties are tomato pie, praline bacon and burgers. Grits & Groceries also plays host to special events throughout the year that feature local farmers and producers. On a history note, the former turn of the century clapboard store is situated at Saylors Crossroads, and is the second oldest building in the area. The building that housed the area's first radio station and source of electricity is also on the property!
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  • Healing Springs Country Store
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    2563 Healing Springs Road
    Blackville, SC 29817

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    803-284-3377

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Healing Springs Country Store

    A local favorite lunch café and general store

    Located nearby the artesian wells of Healing Springs, the country store has fresh deli sandwiches, hoop cheese, ice cream, hot dogs and baked goods (to name a few). There are even some hard to find items like Birch Beer and souse!


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  • High Cotton
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    199 East Bay Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

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    843-724-3815

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    Lowcountry

    High Cotton
    Restaurant specializing in local ingredients, a wine & cocktail program and southern flair
    High Cotton is a reflection of high steppin' Lowcountry livin': a mix of tasty, local ingredients, an inspired wine and cocktail program, Charleston hospitality and celebratory spirit! Located in historic downtown Charleston, High Cotton is known for it's charming atmosphere and southern fare!
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  • Hopsewee Plantation
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    494 Hopsewee Road
    Georgetown, SC 29440

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    843-546-7891

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    Hopsewee Plantation
    Birthplace of a signer of the Declaration of Independence, offers tours of the residence, slave dwellings and has a tearoom/restaurant
    Built in 1740 (40 years before the Revolutionary War), Hopsewee has been owned by only five families. The house is still a private residence, but guided tours allow you to explore a typical rice plantation dwelling of the early eighteenth century. Hopsewee is also the birthplace and home of Thomas Lynch, Jr., one of four signers of the Declaration of Independence from SC. Also on the grounds are two slave dwellings, which are remarkably well preserved in order to interpret the lives of the African Americans who lived and worked here. The owners of Hopsewee also operate a tearoom on site, where the pimento cheese biscuits are a best seller. History Trivia: By the time of the Civil War, Georgetown County was the largest producer of rice in the country. Hopsewee alone produced 560,000 pounds on 240 acres in 1850.
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  • Liberty Lodge
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    105 Liberty Lane
    Walhalla, SC 29691

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    864-638-8239

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    Mountain Lakes

    Liberty Lodge
    Quaint southern inn at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains
    This quaint southern inn, featuring five distinct rooms, is nestled among the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Reservations include a full breakfast each morning. Packages are available to make your stay unique and complete. A restaurant is also available at the Inn.
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  • Millers Bread Basket
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    483 Main Street
    Blackville, SC 29817

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    803-284-3117

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    Millers Bread Basket
    Buffet "Pennsylvania-Dutch" style restaurant with gift shop
    If it's 5am you will probably find Ray Miller baking his daily bread. The buffet-style restaurant has that friendly ambiance of the south while offering delicious food described by the Millers as “Pennsylvania Dutch with a Southern Touch.” Be sure to grab a loaf of bread or a Shoo-Fly Pie to go!
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  • Old Village Post House
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    101 Pitt Street
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

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    843-388-8935

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    Lowcountry

    Old Village Post House
    An elegant inn and restaurant located in historic fishing village
    Old Village Post House is a neighborhood gem in the heart of the quaint historic fishing village of Mount Pleasant. You can drop in for a meal, a drink or even an overnight stay in one of their six elegant rooms. Either way you are in for some warm southern hospitality!
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  • Pleasant Lane
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    318 Pleasant Lane Road
    Edgefield, SC 29824

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    1-888-771-3161

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    Freshwater Coast

    Pleasant Lane Acres B&B

    Bed & Breakfast in historic home, luncheons also available

    The oak-lined driveway takes you right up to Pleasant Lane Acres, a restored farm house that was lovingly restored by a husband and wife team. Take a stroll to the pond, take a nap and dine on the massive front porch with home-cooked yumminess. Leisure is the name of the game here at this country get-away!


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  • River Room
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    801 Front Street
    Georgetown, SC 29440

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    843-527-4110

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    River Room Restaurant

    Waterfront dining since 1984 in historic downtown Georgetown, features local seafood on the menu

    River Room Restaurant has been offering casual Southern coastal dining at its finest since 1984. Plenty of parking is available on Front Street, and the gorgeous historic district beckons for before or after dinner strolls. You can even arrive by boat and use the spacious public dock!

    The building's history is evident throughout and is enhanced with tasteful nostalgic decor. The dining room extends 50 feet into the Sampit River; its panoramic windows offer expansive harbor views. Make sure you check out the nautical and turn-of-the-century antiques on display, or the wine collection located in the intimate bar. The giant reef aquarium filled with colorful sea life is a favorite for children, too!


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  • Rose Hill Estate
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    221 Greenville Street, NW
    Aiken, SC 29801

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    803-648-1181

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Rose Hill Estate
    Historic B&B, stables restaurant, beer garden and event venue
    In the late 1890s Rose Hill estate was the Shingle-Style Dutch Colonial home of the Phelps family. Now it is a beloved Bed & Breakfast, restaurant and beer garden and a popular event venue. Rose Hill Estate is the first property in Aiken to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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  • Slightly North of Broad
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    192 East Bay Street
    Charleston, SC 29401

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    843-723-3424

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    Slightly North of Broad
    Electic Lowcountry bistro
    An eclectic Lowcountry bistro brimming with contagious energy, devoted to local ingredients and thoughtful presentation. Here the dining room is a natural extension of the kitchen, a place where culinary skill, warm service and conversations meld together. It is a place that wraps up the charm of Charleston and puts it on a plate!
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  • Thee Matriarch
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    1170 Fischer Street
    Orangeburg, SC 29115

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    803-937-3022

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    Rivers, Rails & Backroads

    Thee Matriarch B&B Meeting & Special Events Venue

    Family-owned and operated B&B known for their culinary events and meeting space

    Thee Matriarch is located in the heart of historic downtown Orangeburg. The charming Bed and Breakfast also hosts the most unique events in town. Be sure to check out the website for an upcoming Jazz Night, grab a delicious lunch every first Friday, or try your hand at Top Chef Tuesday! Thee Matriarch also welcomes event rentals.


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  • Watsonia
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    3755 Highway 23
    Monetta, SC 29105

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    803-685-7035

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    Freshwater Coast

    Watsonia

    Family-owned and operated farm since early 1900s, restaurant and market on site

    Since 1918 four generations of the Watson family has perfected the art of growing fresh produce. Here you can tour the farm to learn more about the operation, pick up any produce that is in season or visit Peaches N' Such, the on-site restaurant where (no surprise here) the peach ice cream is a favorite.


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