The Middle-Of-Nowhere South Carolina Diner That’s Worth Seeking Out

Unless you have a regular reason to drive over to South Carolina’s Horse Creek Valley, you likely haven’t encountered Red Shed Diner. Originally just a roadside produce stand but eventually expanded to include a charming little diner, Red Shed is a hidden treasure. This little South Carolina diner is worth the trip from every corner of the state.

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Red Shed Diner may be a little out of the way but this is one South Carolina diner that’s worth the effort to get here. It’s open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (closed on Saturday and Sunday). Learn more on the official website and follow the Facebook page here.

Address: 212 Ascauga Lake Road, Graniteville, SC 29829

Need some comfort food from a local diner and can’t quite make it all the way to Graniteville today? Check out 14 more diners from all over the state in this previous article!