Tucked away in South Carolina’s beautiful upstate area is a national historic district in the city of Seneca known as Ram Cat Alley. It was so named because in the early 1900s, dozens of stray cats roamed along the street looking for food, especially around Fred Hopkin’s Meat Market, which was located at 117 Ram Cat Alley. Today, you’ll find independent boutiques, antique stores, and restaurants in this district, one of which is Hogs and Hops, which came to the Alley not so long ago and is a tiny restaurant in South Carolina serving up some big flavor in its dishes!

Visit the Hogs and Hops website and the Hogs and Hops Facebook page for more details and updates from this tiny restaurant in South Carolina. You could always get your meal to-go and drive over to the beautiful South Cove County Park to enjoy it!

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