8 Scrumptious Hidden South Carolina Restaurants And Where To Find Them
Many places in South Carolina are a food lover’s paradise. The restaurant business is a competitive industry and one in which the underperforming restaurants just don’t manage to stay in business long. When a restaurant is in an odd, unusual, or even “hidden” location and they’re still in business it’s a sign of a great establishment. It’s hard enough to compete when you’re easily located or in a populated area, but these hidden gem restaurants in South Carolina have survived anyway.
Here are some restaurants in South Carolina that are in odd, unusual, or hidden locations, and yet, they’re still around. There’s a reason for that: they’re good.
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Hidden Gem Restaurants In South Carolina
August 14, 2020
What are the best restaurants in South Carolina?
The best local restaurants in South Carolina are considered the best for a reason. Whether that be their amazing menus, fun atmospheres, good service, or unique looks, they are well-loved by South Carolinians and visitors alike. One of the best restaurants that has been named not just the best in the state but the entire world is the Wreck of the Richard and Charlene, known by locals as just The Wreck. It’s almost hard to find but worth the search for its amazing seafood. It’s located in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, at the site of the wreck of the actual Richard and Charlene boat.
What are the most iconic restaurants in South Carolina?
Opposite to the lesser known restaurants in South Carolina is the state’s most iconic places to dine. The Husk restaurant in Charleston is an incredibly popular spot in this busy tourist area – and for good reason. It’s even been named one of the best restaurants in the state. Another spot worth all the hullabaloo is Grits & Grocery in Belton. You may have to wait a bit when you visit, but it’s a wait worth having after you’ve tried their tasty food. Their southern cooking is truly delicious and you’ll want to come back for more shortly after. Here is an entire list of famous restaurants in South Carolina for more options.
Which tiny restaurants in South Carolina are worth trying?
These secret restaurants in South Carolina are literally tiny, some only have a few tables and standing room only otherwise. 167 Raw in Charleston is a great example. It may feel a little cramped on the inside, but their excellently prepared seafood is a must-try despite the potential wait for one of the few tables. Another restaurant, this time located in Greenwood, is known as the “little place with big taste.” That’s Kickers, or Kickers Takeout, that serve up burgers, sandwiches, and more, all in one small spot. Here is a list of more of the smallest restaurants in South Carolina.
Robin Jarvis is a travel writer and editor for OnlyInYourState.com with a bachelor's degree in Journalism. Her love for travel has taken her to many parts of the world. She's lived in the Carolinas for nearly three decades and currently resides in Charleston. When she's not working, she loves to cook with friends and check out new adventures. General questions and FAM tours: [email protected]
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