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South Carolina

Updated: November 1st, 2020

Below is a list of best places I would visit on a trip to this location. My picks fit my personality and interest. Everyone has a different interest so you may not like everything I listed which is fine.  If you like a place, I recommend saving it to Google Maps for a future trip down the road. I made sure to include the address or GPS to make it easier to find.  You can find out more about me in the "About Me" section to see if we share common interests.

​In the info below, the yellow cost number is just an estimated amount at the time I checked their website; over time, the amount could change.  With the cost of a hotel room, I'm pricing a queen bed for two people for a night on the weekend, and the amount shown is before taxes.  These figures are just a rough estimate of what places could cost, so if incorrect, I apologize.

Breakfast

- Millers All Day

120 King St, Charleston, SC 29401

Reason:

The pancakes, chicken biscuit, and banana bread are all good at Miller All Day. If you are a brunch type of person, the cocktails are very creative.

- Glazed Gourmet Doughnuts

481 King St, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

They have the best donuts in South Carolina. I want to try the Peanut Butter Brownie, and Banana Split donut. I also like to try the Apple Bacon Fritter, a fritter made from our bacon-infused dough filled with Granny Smith apples.

- Callie's Hot Little Biscuit

476 1/2 King St, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

They are known for their little southern biscuits. Food & Wine, Southern Living, The New York Times and Oprah, all have written good reviews about Callie's Hot Little Biscuit. I would get Bacon Egg Cheese Biscuit Sandwich and 3 for $6 mix and match hot little biscuits with cinnamon, blackberry, and shortcake.

- The Devine Cinnamon Roll Deli

2617 Devine St, Columbia, SC 29223

Reason:

The best cinnamon rolls in South Carolina is what some people say about Devine Cinnamon Roll Deli. One of their cinnamon rolls was featured on the Food Network. They come in different flavors like for example banana foster, apple cobbler, and strawberry cheesecake to name a few. A true hidden gem of the Columbia community.

- The Original Pancake House

4840 Forest Dr, Columbia, SC 29206

Reason:

A great pancake place that has been doing all-day breakfast for over 20 years. Must be doing something right if you are open for that many years. I would order the apple pancake with fresh Granny Smith apples and pure cinnamon glaze and some of their famous bacon.

- Maple Street Biscuit Company

18 E North St #2108, Greenville, SC 29601

Reason:

It seems that Greenville is an excellent place to get a biscuit for breakfast since both my picks are biscuit related. Maple Street Biscuit Company is known for its biscuit related items, waffles, and eye-opening coffee. The photos of the chicken biscuit sandwiches are what made me select this location for my breakfast list. I would order the Sticky Maple, a fried chicken breast topped with pecan wood smoked bacon on a flaky biscuit covered with some good maple syrup.

- Biscuit Head

823 S Church St unit c, Greenville, SC 29601

Reason:

Another biscuit place, Biscuit Head, was featured in stories in the New York Times, Food & Wine, USA Today, Garden & Gun, Paste, and Eater.com.

- Daps Breakfast & Imbibe

280 Ashley Ave, Charleston, SC 29403

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- Duck Donuts

117 Maryport Dr Unit #1, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575

Reason:

Made to order concept, fried the cake-based doughnut on the spot, and add the toppings afterward creating a fresh donut experience. I would get the Blueberry Pancake or Peanut Butter Paradise donut.

- Johnny D's Waffles and Benedicts

3900 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Reason:

The red velvet waffle drizzled with cream cheese icing was named the best waffle in South Carolina by the Food Network.

- Peace, Love and Little Donuts

3020 Nevers St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Reason:

Made to Order Donuts that are smaller than typical size donuts. My two picks, apple pie, and fruity pebbles flavored donuts.

- Early Bird Diner

1644 Savannah Hwy, Charleston, SC 29407

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- Big Bad Breakfast

456 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29403

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- Cahill's Market & Chicken Kitchen

1055 May River Rd, Bluffton, SC 29910

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Activities

- Fort Sumter

340 Concord St, Charleston, SC 29401

Reason:

Its a nice ferry ride out of Charleston Harbor to Fort Sumter secluded on an island. The park ranger will give a tour of the fort when you arrive; altogether, you spend about an hour on the island. Plenty of time to take photos of the cannons. The ferry departs from two locations, either near the South Carolina Aquarium or Patriots Point Naval Museum.

Ferry Cost: $24.00

- South Carolina Aquarium

100 Aquarium Wharf, Charleston, SC 29401

Reason:

South Carolina Aquarium was announced as one of ten recipients of the 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to museums and libraries that make significant and exceptional contributions to their communities. The aquarium puts a lot of effort into helping sea turtles. Their animal exhibits take you throughout South Carolina from the mountains to the oceans. The centerpiece is the two-story, 385,000-gallon Great Ocean Tank, where you will see Caretta, a 220-pound loggerhead sea turtle hanging out with some sharks.

Adult Admission: $29.95

- Magnolia Plantation

3550 Ashley River Rd, Charleston, SC 29414

Reason:

Yes, I know about Middleton Plantation, but I feel overall that Magnolia Plantation has more to over to the public. It is Charleston's most visited plantation. Magnolia Plantation was selected as one of "America's Most Beautiful Gardens" by Travel + Leisure Magazine, which is the only garden in South Carolina to have that honor. It is the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870. The plantation has numerous tour options, e.g., boat, tram, and house tours.

Adult Admission with All Tours: $60.00

- The Charleston Museum

360 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

The museum centers on the Lowcountry history and culture of South Carolina.

Adult Admission: $12.00

- Magnolia Cemetery Trust

70 Cunnington Ave, Charleston, SC 29405

Reason:

Bulldog Tours does a fantastic tour (90 minutes) in the evening at Magnolia Cemetery. Magnolia Cemetery is one of best and most beautiful Victorian cemetery in the United States.

- Mace Brown Museum of Natural History

202 Calhoun St, Charleston, SC 29401

Reason:

Part of the College of Charleston, the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History, has about 1,000 fossils on display. A favorite exhibit is a reconstructed jaw which houses real teeth from the giant extinct shark Megalodon. It is free admission to visit the museum.

Admission: Free but Donations Welcome

- North Charleston Fire Museum

4975 Centre Pointe Dr, North Charleston, SC 29418

Reason:

This museum has the largest collection of professionally restored American LaFrance fire apparatus in the country. All the museum pieces in the collection still function properly and can still fight fires. One of the best museums dedicated to fire fighting in the United States. Plenty of good photo opportunities at this museum.

Adult Admission: $6.00

- Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum

40 Patriots Point Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

Reason:

In my opinion, Patriots Points is the best place to visit in the Charleston area. One of South Carolina's most popular tourist attractions with more than 300,000 visitors each year. You can explore an aircraft carrier, a submarine, a destroyer, and a Vietnam War exhibit. I have much respect for this museum on how they honor the United States military.

Adult Web Admission: $24.00

- South Carolina State House

1100 Gervais St, Columbia, SC 29208

Reason:

The State House was called “one of the most notable buildings in the world” by Charles Wilson, a renowned South Carolina architect responsible for several creations listed in the United States National Register of Historic Places.

- South Carolina State Museum

301 Gervais St, Columbia, SC 29201

Reason:

A great museum to learn about local South Carolina history along with traveling exhibits. The South Carolina State Museum features four floors of permanent exhibits on history, art, natural history, and science. Two current exhibits being the feature at the museum is the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes and Apollo 50: Journey to the Moon. The Boeing Observatory which is part of the museum usually has special events Tuesday evening as an added bonus.

Adult General Admission: $8.95

- Congaree National Park

Parking Lot: 33.83014, -80.82284

Reason:

The largest river swamp in the southeastern United States, the Congaree National Park, is very underrated when compared to other parks. Not sure if they still offer free canoe tours with a ranger guide, but if they do, take advantage of it because it was a unique experience. Two best trails to hike at Congaree National Park would be the Boardwalk Loop Trail (2.4 miles) and the Oakridge Trail (6.3 miles). Both trails start at the same parking lot which is convenient.

- Columbia Museum of Art

1515 Main St, Columbia, SC 29201

Reason:

The art museum has an impressive collection of European, American, Asian, and modern and contemporary fine and decorative art. The museum receives more than 150,000 visitors a year. I would be interested in seeing Claude Monet's The Seine at Giverny because I always have an interest in impressionist paintings. If looking for a deal, go on the first Thursday of the month for free admission.

Adult General Admission: $10.00

- Riverbanks Zoo & Garden

500 Wildlife Pkwy, Columbia, SC 29210

Reason:

Riverbanks Zoo is the largest midsize zoo in the United States with over 2000 animals. They also secretly have tucked away one of the nation’s most beautiful gardens. I visited a few years back and I remember how shock at how good Riverbanks Zoo was, very underrated. The zoo draws about a million visitors a year. A new Southern white rhino exhibit will be opening in the summer of 2020.

Adult General Admission: $19.95

- BMW Zentrum

1400 SC-101, Greer, SC 29651

Reason:

A free car museum outside Greenville, BMW Zentrum is the only museum of its kind in North America. It celebrates the past, present, and future of BMW with various rare vehicles on display. The exhibits take you through the entire history of BMW. BMW Zentrum is an extension of the BMW manufacturing plant in which you can take a guided tour of the plant (1hr or 2hr) for an additional cost. If you have the extra money to spend and want the ultimate BMW experience than you would include the nearby BMW Performance Center in your visit. At the center, you can take classes taught by professionals on improving your driving skill on off-road and road courses.

- Swamp Rabbit Trail

150 Cleveland Park Dr, Greenville, SC 29601

Reason:

One of the best bike trails in South Carolina, Swamp Rabbit Trail (22 miles) is also one most popular outdoor activities in Greenville. It runs along the scenic Reedy River on a historic rail bed. Plenty of good stopping points along the trail make it a worthy day-long activity with places like the Greenville Zoo, Reedy River Falls, and Swamp Rabbit Cafe. If Swamp Rabbit Trail is your main point of a trip to Greenville then the best place to stay would be Swamp Rabbit Inn.

- Falls Park on the Reedy

601 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601

Reason:

Hands down the most photographic place in Greenville is Falls Park on the Reedy. The classic shot of the waterfalls with Liberty Bridge looming above is a must when visiting Greenville

- Caesars Head State Park

8155 Geer Hwy, Cleveland, SC 29635

Reason:

Caesar's Head Overlook offers the best view in South Carolina, make sure your camera is ready to take some great photos. Afterward, hike the trail that leads to the 420-foot Raven Cliff Falls. (4 miles)

- Poinsett Bridge

580 Callahan Mountain Rd, Landrum, SC 29356

Reason:

The oldest bridge in South Carolina constructed back in 1820. It is a 14-foot Gothic arch stone structure and stretches 130 feet over Little Gap Creek. Some people believe that Poinsett Bridge is haunted, some people seeing strange lights, hearing screams, and their vehicle will not start.

- Cowpens National Battlefield

4001 Chesnee Hwy, Gaffney, SC 29341

Reason:

A great way to learn about the Revolutionary War when you visit this historic battlefield. The onsite museum contains a reproduction 3-pounder cannon, other weapons of the Revolutionary War period, and exhibits for additional learning. The walking trail around the battlefield is 1.2 miles in length.

Admission: Free

- Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach

1110 Celebrity Cir, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Reason:

The main attraction at Broadway at the Beach, an outdoor entertainment complex with shopping and restaurants. The best part of the aquarium is Dangerous Reef, a 340-foot long moving sidewalk inside a transparent tunnel surrounding by water, giant stingrays, and sharks. New for 2020, Penguins Playhouse, their biggest expansion, with eight new tanks and world-class penguin habitat.

Adult Admission: $34.99

- Horry County Bike and Run Park aka Hulk

33.75202, -78.85181

Reason:

The Hulk is a 7-mile single-track mountain bike trail near the Intracoastal Waterway. It was voted as #8 mountain bike trail in South Carolina by singletracks.com.

Admission: Free

- SkyWheel Myrtle Beach

1110 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Reason:

An observation wheel in the heart of Myrtle Beach with a fantastic view of the coastline of the Atlantic ocean makes for an opportunity to take great photos.

4 Revolutions that last about 12 minutes - Adult: $14.00

- Kings Mountain National Military Park

2625 Park Rd, Blacksburg, SC 29702

Reason:

Admission: Free

- Brookgreen Gardens

1931 Brookgreen Garden Dr, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

Reason:

Brookgreen Gardens is in the list of top ten gardens in the United States. Nights of a Thousand Candles is a must-see event during Christmas time in the Myrtle Beach area.

Daily General Admission for Adult: $18

- Darlington Raceway

1301 Harry Byrd Hwy, Darlington, SC 29532

Reason:

Adult Museum Admission: $7.50

- Middleton Place

4300 Ashley River Rd, Charleston, SC 29414

Reason:

Adult Admission: $29.00

- Parris Island Museum

111 Panama St, Beaufort, SC 29905

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- Boone Hall Plantation

1235 Long Point Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

Reason:

Adult Admission: $26.00

- Escape Artist Greenville

209 E Stone Ave, Greenville, SC 29609

Reason:

One of the top escape rooms in the country can be found in Greenville. What is an escape room, you may say? It is an hour-long game where a group of people are locked in a themed room and have to find a way out by solving various puzzles. Escape Artist Greenville has five adventures (rooms) to choose from with a variety of difficulty levels. I would pick the Starlight Motel adventure because it involves an eerie motel room with challenging puzzles and recommended for ages 16+, which means it could be a little scary.

- Forks Area Trail System

33.60781, -82.07984

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Lunch/Dinner

- Halls Chophouse

434 King St, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

Best steakhouse and service in Charleston go to Halls Chophouse. They also rank third by Tripadvisor for "Best Fine Dining Restaurants in the United States for 2020." After the main course, save room for dessert ( Southern Caramel Cake) because they excel in that department.

- Poe's Tavern

2210 Middle St, Sullivan's Island, SC 29482

Reason:

Poe's Tavern Sullivans Island is one of the best burger places in the Charleston area. The restaurant has an Edgar Allan Poe theme because the famous writer called that area home in his early years. I would order the Tell-Tale Heart, a burger topped with a fried egg, applewood bacon, and cheddar cheese.

- Rodney Scott's BBQ

1011 King St, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

There are a few excellent BBQ places in Charleston, Rodney Scott is toward the top of the list. The restaurant was named one of the 50 Best New Restaurants by Bon Appetit Magazine. In 2018, Rodney Scott was awarded the James Beard Foundation's award for Outstanding Chef Southeast. I would order Rod's original whole-hog pork sandwich, 6oz of pit-cooked whole hog, served open face on white bread topped with Rod's sauce, and crumbled pork skins.

- Lewis Barbecue

464 N Nassau St, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

Lewis Barbecue is another excellent BBQ place that ranks high among peers in the Charleston. The local Charleston paper named Lewis Barbecue best BBQ, ribs, brisket, and pitmaster for 2020. I would order the El Sancho (Loco Version), a sandwich with pulled pork, chopped beef, and hot guts sausage topped with pickled red onion.

- Butcher & Bee

1085 Morrison Dr, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

Butcher & Bee is known for their sandwiches. I would order the double cheeseburger, burger topped with American cheese, house-made pickles, with special sauce on a brioche bun.

- Park Pizza Co.

1028 E Montague Ave, Charleston, SC 29405

Reason:

Park Pizza Co is one of the top pizza places in Charleston and ranks in the top 100 in the United States. They offer a ton of different pizza options. I would order the SPACEBALLS, a pie sauced with marinara, topped with mozzarella, ricotta, meatballs, garlic, and oregano. The pizza of the month for November is the The Mayflour, pizza sauced with olive oil, topped mozzarella, dried cranberries, walnut stuffing, sage sausage and green onions.

- Leon's

698 King St, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

Leon's Oyster Shop offers the best chicken sandwich in Charleston. The restaurant is located in an old body shop that belonged to Leon Ravenel. The restaurant space pays homage to the building's history by keeping the garage doors, concrete floors, and some remaining memorabilia from Leon himself.

- The Southern Belly BBQ

819 Harden St, Columbia, SC 29205

Reason:

They serve some incredible creative sandwiches that pack much flavor at Southern Belly BBQ. People say that they have the best BBQ in Columbia. My choice would be Southern Belly Dipper, which is brown sugar rubbed barbecue topped with melted swiss and bacon served on a bakery fresh french roll with Southern Belly white bbq sauce. I appreciate their Star Wars fandom when calling extra meat on their sandwiches “Wookie Size” and one of their sauces the “Dark Side.”

- Sidewall Pizza Company

99 Cleveland St, Greenville, SC 29601

Reason:

This place is known for their brick oven pizza, some people say it’s the best pizza in South Carolina. I would order the “Little Pepperoni” pizza which is a pizza topped with a bunch of mini pepperonis, mozzarella cheese, and crust is flavored with butter garlic sauce with pecorino romano cheese.

- Northgate Soda Shop

918 N Main St, Greenville, SC 29609

Reason:

Northgate Soda Shop is known for its old school burgers and ice cream floats. The most famous burger on the menu is the Pimento Cheeseburger. This place was included in a film as one of the 100 great hamburger joints in America by George M. Motz, a burger expert.

- Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery

205 Cedar Lane Rd, Greenville, SC 29611

Reason:

If you hit the Swamp Rabbit Trail on your bike, you need to stop here and grab lunch. They make some delicious sandwiches, and the ingredients come from local sustainable farmers. I would order a Ham & Cheese sandwich with extra bacon and maybe few cookies from the bakery for fun.

- Bernie's Restaurant

1311 Bluff Rd, Columbia, SC 29201

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- Dempsey's Pizza

910 S Broad St, Clinton, SC 29325

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- Toni's Pizza

1795 N Hwy 17 #1, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

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- Fat Patties

207 Bluffton Rd, Bluffton, SC 29910

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- The Southern General

3157 Maybank Hwy, Johns Island, SC 29455

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- The Main Slice

209 Main St, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Reason:

Best pizza places in the North Myrtle Beach area. They were voted best pizza along the Grand Strand by the readers of the local paper. My pizza pick would be "Lasagna Pizza," which is marinara base topped with ground beef, ricotta, parmesan, basil, and oregano.

- River City Cafe

404 21st Ave N, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Reason:

One of the best hamburger places in the Myrtle Beach area. My burger would be the "Fried Mac & Cheese Burger," which is a burger with melted American cheese topped with a breaded cake of fried mac & cheese. Other notables - Peanut Butter Banana Burger and Cheetos Burger.

- The Dixie Pig

2007 Celanese Rd, Rock Hill, SC 29732

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- 1720 Burger Bar

850 Woody Jones Blvd, Florence, SC 29501

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- Sweet Cream Co.

1627 Main St, Columbia, SC 29201

Reason:

They create the best ice cream in Columbia, and Sweet Cream Co takes that very seriously. They only make small batches of ice cream using the best natural ingredients. The most popular menu item seems to be their ice cream cookie, which is different for each month. September flavor is graham cracker cookie with toasted marshmallow ice cream and fudge drizzle. Two flavors of ice cream that caught my eye were banana pudding and blueberry crumble.

- Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams

501-A King St, Charleston, SC 29403

Reason:

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams makes the best ice cream in Charleston. The current seasonal flavor is Orange Blossom Chiffon, taste like sweet-tart with tangerine and orange flowers.

- Dillards Farms Ice Cream

500 S Buncombe Rd, Greer, SC 29650

Reason:

Some of the best ice creams across the country come from the farm level of production. Just outside Greenville, Dillards Farms is a fine example of making good quality ice cream. Their specialty seems to be banana splits and hot fudge brownie sundaes.

- Strawberry Hill USA

3097 SC-11, Chesnee, SC 29323

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- Melt

204 Main St, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Reason:

Melt was named "Best Ice Cream in South Carolina" by Food & Wine in 2019.

Places to Stay

- The Spectator Hotel

67 State St, Charleston, SC 29401

Reason:

+ One of the top hotels in Charleston year after year.
+ Complimentary bicycles to borrow
+ Personable butlers are offer
+ Prohibition-style bar
+ A gourmet continental breakfast is delivered to your door each morning

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $382

- The Restoration

75 Wentworth St, Charleston, SC 29401

Reason:

+ Voted Best Urban Hotel by Condé Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence 2020
+ A farm to table restaurant
+ Use one of the hotel’s custom-designed bicycles to explore the city
+ A rooftop pool

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $316

- Zero George

Right Side, 0 George St, Charleston, SC 29401

Reason:

+ Within walking distance of the excellent restaurants, shops, and museums
+ Private garden courtyard
+ Complimentary bikes
+ They restored the historic property to reflect all the wow of old Charleston while setting new style and comfort standards.

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $399

- Wild Dunes Resort

5757 Palm Blvd, Isle of Palms, SC 29451

Reason:

+ Best beach resort close to Charleston
+ The beach
+ The Grand Pavilion features two oceanfront pools ideal for swimming alongside the ocean, and in the middle is Beachside Burgers & Bar.
+ Golf Digest says Wild Dunes Resort has some of the best golf courses in South Carolina.

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $176

- Hotel Trundle

1224 Taylor St, Columbia, SC 29201

Reason:

I love their concept, take three historic Columbia businesses, combine them to make a boutique hotel that pays homage to the community. Also, in a great location downtown Columbia within walking distance of a lot of exciting places. Southern Living Magazine selected Hotel Trundle as part of its Southern Living Hotel Collection. A shortlist of 24 hotels, this group of hotels showcases some of the South’s most exceptional experiences in hospitality.

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $149

- Aloft Columbia Downtown

823 Lady St, Columbia, SC 29201

Reason:

The location of the hotel makes it very attractive, walking distance to a few places on the list in the downtown Columbia area. I feel the Aloft hotels try to be sleek and modern with their style, bright color scheme, and plenty of clean lines. They call it “Artistic Urban Design.” If thirsty at night and looking for a nightcap try the W XYZ Lounge.

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $119

- Swamp Rabbit Inn

1 Logan St, Greenville, SC 29601

Reason:

Swamp Rabbit Inn is a six-bedroom modern bed and breakfast in downtown Greenville. It is the ideal place to stay if your goal is to bike the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Only two blocks from the trail and if needed you can rent bikes at the inn. The place looks really inviting, a “home away from home” feel to it.

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $97

- The Westin Poinsett

120 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601

Reason:

The only AAA Four-Diamond hotel in Greenville. The recommended place to go if you want to stay in a classy hotel.

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $179

- Avista Resort

300 N Ocean Blvd, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Reason:

The location of the resort played a main role in picking Avista Resort over other hotels in the Grand Strand area. In my opinion, I feel more safe walking around North Myrtle Beach in the evening than Myrtle Beach. Also, the beaches are not as crowded when compared to Myrtle Beach too. A few places on my list are within walking distance of Avista Resort-like Main Line Pizza and Melt.

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $98

- The Willcox Hotel

100 Colleton Ave SW, Aiken, SC 29801

Reason:

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $249

- Residence Inn Greenville Downtown

200 E Washington St suite a, Greenville, SC 29601

Reason:

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $103

- The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

1 Sanctuary Beach Dr, Kiawah Island, SC 29455

Reason:

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $208

- Montage Palmetto Bluff

477 Mt Pelia Rd, Bluffton, SC 29910

Reason:

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $455

- Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island

130 Shipyard Dr, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Reason:

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $127

- Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort

22 Harbourside Ln, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

Reason:

Average cost a night on a weekend in December: $361

21 and Up Fun

- Westbrook Brewing Company

510 Ridge Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

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- Holy City Brewing

1021 Aragon Ave, Charleston, SC 29405

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- Striped Pig Distillery

2225 Old School Drive A, North Charleston, SC 29405

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- Palmetto Brewing Co.

289 Huger St, Charleston, SC 29403

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- Hunter-Gatherer Brewery

1402 Jim Hamilton Blvd, Columbia, SC 29205

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- Transmission Arcade

1712 Main St, Columbia, SC 29201

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- River Rat Brewery

1231 Shop Rd, Columbia, SC 29201

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- Thomas Creek Brewery

2054 Piedmont Hwy, Greenville, SC 29605

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- Frothy Beard Brewing Company

1401 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, Charleston, SC 29407

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- New South Brewing

1109 Campbell St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

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- RJ Rockers Brewing Company

226-A W Main St, Spartanburg, SC 29306

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- Edmund's Oast Brewing Co.

1505 King St #115, Charleston, SC 29405

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- Revelry Brewing Co.

10 Conroy St, Charleston, SC 29403

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- Quest Brewing Co.

55 Airview Dr, Greenville, SC 29607

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- Brewery 85

6 Whitlee Ct, Greenville, SC 29607

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 Again these are my picks that fit my personality and interest. If you feel that I left one-off that may interest me or other people, message me on Facebook about the location.  I value a person's opinion and never just discard the information.  Always looking forward to learning about new places to add to my Google Map. ~ Shawn

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