The Other Columbia
Columbia, S.C., locals recommend hot spots to Columbia, Mo., visitors.
That name sounds familiar…
The Tigers take on the South Carolina Gamecocks for Mizzou’s first road trip as a member of the Southeastern Conference at 2:30 p.m. central time Sept. 22, 2012. Like our own favorite college town of the same name, Columbia, S.C., is an energetic and eclectic city brimming with art, culture and great food.
If you’re planning on joining the team down south, you’ll be looking for some tasty and touristy destinations. Here are a few recommendations and links courtesy of the Midlands Authority for Conventions, Sports & Tourism in South Carolina.
(Staying home? Catch the Tigers nationally on CBS for the first time since the 2006 Sun Bowl.)
Here is a sampling of some local dining favorites in the Columbia, S.C., region for breakfast, brunch, lunch, snacks and dinner.
Palmetto Pig Barbecue
Pawley’s Front Porch
Hunter Gatherer Brewery
Motor Supply Co. Bistro
Rosso Tratoria Italia
Za’s Brick Oven Pizza
Liberty Tap Room & Grill
Pick up a visitors guide to the Columbia, S.C., region, or follow the Midlands Authority for Conventions, Sports & Tourism on Twitter, @columbiasc, for all the latest updates on events and happenings.