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The Catch-Up: 'Korean BBQ Hotspot’ opens in Harbison, Lexington steakhouse eyes August debut

An anticipated Lexington restaurant is close to opening. more

Lexington Medical Center named No. 2 hospital in SC for second-straight year

The second-best hospital in South Carolina continues to reside in Lexington County. more

Cayce brewery to release beer that will help pay USC student-athletes

A Cayce brewery is partnering with a group that directs money to University of South Carolina student-athletes. more

Village Idiot Pizza eyes Lexington, Irmo, Chapin amid nationwide expansion ambitions

A Columbia pizza institution is actively looking to expand to three Lexington County towns. more

Chapin office complex sells for nearly $7M, sees second ownership change in 2023

An office building in the center of Chapin just sold for more than $6.6 million. more

Project to bring lakefront resort to Lexington is over

Smallwood Cove appears to be dead. more

Pizza, beer and ice cream spot taking over former Farmer’s Shed in Lexington

It’s been about a half-decade since the Farmer’s Shed closed its doors on Augusta Highway opposite Lexington High School. more

Lexington Alodia’s location no longer for sale, Irmo restaurant remains temporarily closed

A local restaurant brand that has seen temporary closures the past couple weeks after accusations that workers went unpaid appears to be trying to keep its spot in the heart of Lexington. more

Alodia’s swaps temporary closures, moves Irmo staff to Lexington restaurant

With the state now investigating a local Italian restaurant after a recent labor dispute, the business has reopened its Lexington location and temporarily closed its other one in Irmo. more

Chapin coffee shop to take over another local spot in Irmo

A local coffee shop is set to expand, taking over a spot occupied by another local spot in a neighboring town. more

Lexington record store owner reflects on decision to close, seek new local location

Downtown Lexington’s only record store will soon be an online-only business, but the owner hopes to find another location in town in the near future. more

Revived Putnam’s Landing hopes to open in September, with docks, shops, food on Lake Murray

The long-awaited reboot of Putnam’s Landing expects to open its gates in September after facing years of delays from inclement weather, the new owner told the Chronicle. more

Lexington bar mourns loss of beloved employee as community raises funds for family

A beloved employee and “great friend and coworker” at O’Hara’s Public House died June 27, the Lexington bar and restaurant announced. Now, the community around the restaurant is rallying to take care of his family. more

New market and eatery looks to replicate predecessor’s success in Irmo area

Dave and Leslie Duffie have introduced a new market and eatery to the Irmo area — though it will be quite familiar to fans of the market and eatery that resided in the location previously. more

Vendor mall Ivy House opens second location in Lexington County

An anticipated spring opening finally came late last month in Lexington County. more

Lexington rock shop expands, adds new attractions

A Lexington County rock shop has expanded to offer new experiences to customers. more

Steamed bagel sandwich chain to expand to Lexington, other spots in the county

A regional chain that makes bagels, not to be toasted and schmeared but to be loaded with meat and toppings and steamed, is headed to Lexington, with other county locations to follow. more

West Columbia brewery sued over outdoor concerts, city adjusts noise ordinance

With a West Columbia brewery having been sued due to the noise from its outdoor concerts, the city has passed a change to its noise ordinance. more

The Catch-Up: New Lexington County steakhouse, hot pot restaurant open for business

A pair of anticipated Lexington County restaurants are open. more

Alodia’s owner responds to accusations about unpaid employees, hopes to reopen restaurant

Amid a temporary closure and allegations that former employees went unpaid, the owner of Lexington’s Alodia’s Cucina Italiana is pushing back against what’s been said about his restaurant. more

Alodia’s in Lexington is temporarily closed, employees say they were left unpaid

A popular Lexington Italian restaurant is temporarily closed, and employees and former employees are complaining about not getting paid. more

Cayce banh mi restaurant, anticipated for more than a year, announces opening date

A restaurant that Cayce has been waiting on for a while now welcomed its first customers last week. more

2 guys and a brewery: Hidden Lexington dive Angry Fish celebrates 5 years

Owners Kenny Hodge and Joseph Turner describe both a serendipitous string of events and an at-times trying journey as they recount the launch and subsequent first half-decade of Angry Fish, which opened as Lexington’s first commercial brewery in 2018. more

Traveling food festival coming to Lexington in June

A food festival making its way through the Carolinas is coming to Lexington County. more

The Catch-Up: West Columbia pride bar settles on new name

What the Chronicle believes is West Columbia’s first and only pride bar has settled on a permanent new name after changing ownership earlier this year. more
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