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The Crab Pitt's chefs pile plates high with fresh seafood and American fare, searing and seasoning shrimp, oysters, scallops, and fish procured directly from McClellanville's local waters. Succulent dips made from wild-caught shrimp and crab precede or complement basil-and-parmesan-topped steamed oysters on half shells. As they revel in the casual atmosphere and enjoy banter with the consistently friendly servers, diners can try out fried alligator tail, frog legs, and other delicacies indigenous to the South. The staff also sizzles a tasty half-pound Angus cheeseburger, which weighs the same as the average secret agent’s bulletproof tie.

3667 Saint Matthews Road
Orangeburg,
SC
US

CupSide Down Cafe, located within Five Rivers Market, serves up a menu of specialty café drinks and fresh, healthy dishes for breakfast and lunch. In the morning, cooks bake quiches and slice fresh fruit for greek-yogurt parfaits. Later in the day, they prepare flavorful soups and salads and grill panini sandwiches. Patrons can take treats to go or lounge on stools positioned along a blond-wood bar.

950 Chestnut Street
Orangeburg,
SC
US

Recipient of the 2009 and 2010 Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator, Four Moons satiates diners with modern American cuisine served within a family-friendly dining space. Chefs craft an epicurean dinner menu of entrees such as the shrimp and grits with tomato, spring onion, and bacon gravy ($18). Appetizers include the sweet potato soup ($5), and desserts include the bourbon pecan pie ($6.50). Plush, royal-blue chairs that match the radiant blue-lighting accents surround tables draped in white linens. A towering wall of wine bottles borders diners dressed in Four Moons’ relaxed business-casual dress code, which encourages collared shirts for men and vetoes T-shirts, athletic clothing, and non-military-issued propeller beanies.

1145 Orangeburg Mall Cir
Orangeburg,
SC
US

Talented Thumbs Bakery specializes in delicious desserts, baked goods, and nutritional treats for your family, guests, or business. We opened our doors in 2011 and are proud to offer delicious treats to the greater Columbia area by delivery.

102 Sandy Ln
Cayce,
SC
US

The Kingsman Restaurant’s menu dishes up delicious Southern staples such as fresh-cut rib eye, lemon-pepper catfish, and the famous pimento burger ($4.99), which Garden & Gun named one of the 100 Best Southern Foods. Taking their cue from chicken and gold, the corn nuggets ($5.49) are a sweet and crunchy way to start a meal, and diners can get a taste of royalty by licking a bejeweled crown or snacking on the King’s Sampler, a golden-brown combination of mushrooms, cheese sticks, onion rings, and jalapeño poppers ($7.99). The bacon-and-cheddar burger ($4.99) and the Kingsman pizza burger ($4.49) deliver flavor packs of protein that pair with a side of crispy french fries ($1.99). Lubricate your food tubes with a fountain drink ($1.94), or choose from a selection of domestic ($2.95) and specialty ($3.50) beers before succumbing to the siren song of the pecan pie ($4.19) or the half-bird, half-woman creature in the parking lot.

936 Axtell Dr
Cayce,
SC
US