Was this page helpful? See all Columbia, SC Restaurants. Share Pin Email. Columbia seems to have a knack for taking for taking dilapidated districts revitalizing them into hip urban centers. The eclectic handwritten menu changes daily, based on the availability of fresh ingredients, which are all sourced from local farms or made in-house.
Some of the best, most innovative food in the city can be found just a short walk from both the Capitol and the city's gay bars.
Columbia is also home to a vibrant art scene, with lots of galleries and art-centric events throughout the year, especially around the Vista and downtown's Main Street. If Columbia isn't exactly a gay mecca, it does nevertheless rank among the more gay-welcoming destinations in the state, and it hosts the annual South Carolina Gay Pride celebration in late October each year. Located on the ground floor of a modern parking structure across from the Charleston Visitors Centerthe club presents a roster of top-DJs and Charleston's best drag performers all three nights that it's open:
The eclectic handwritten menu changes daily, based on the availability of fresh ingredients, which are all sourced from local farms or made in-house.