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Pair of Korean/Chinese hot pot restaurants to open in Harbison

A S.C.-based Korean chain is set to fill an anchor spot at a Harbison-area shopping center. more

Female-empowering carpentry shop, Caribbean restaurant add to Cayce arts district

The River Arts District in Cayce was formerly filled with vacant buildings and lonely streets. more

Beer-focused Leesville bar reopens under new ownership

When Josh Carpenter and Evan Costner decided to sell Homeland Craft Beer and Wine in Batesburg-Leesville, two of its regular customers knew they wanted to keep the dive alive. more

Lexington ramen house changes name, will focus on hibachi-style entrees

The Town of Lexington, which saw its first two ramen houses open within six months, is back down to one restaurant specializing in the Japanese noodle soup. more

Columbia airport experiences malfunction with new checked bag inspection system

“With new software and technology upgrades will unfortunately bring with it some issues.” more

West Columbia rock dive to open lounge space on State Street

New Brookland Tavern, Lexington County’s oldest continuously running music club, will soon open a sister venue just a couple doors down from its home in West Columbia. more

City Limits Barbeque to end nomadic existence, taking Lil Duck’s place in West Columbia

One of the Midlands’ most popular barbecue nomads is finally putting down roots. more

Irmo, Columbia among seven SC spots getting a Biscuitville

“South Carolina, welcome to Biscuitville!” more

West Columbia pride bar changes hands, gets new name

WE’s on Meeting is going by a different name these days, but the bar — which is, to the Chronicle’s knowledge, the first pride bar to open in West Columbia — isn’t changing its values. more

The most popular drinks at Lexington County coffee shops

Lexington County residents have an increasing number of places to get their coffee fix. more

Seafood Shack opens near Pelion, Red Bank

Nestled between Pelion and Red Bank is the community of Edmund, and resident Clyde Smith thought he might bring a different flavor to the area that is light on dining options. more

NC-based drive-through coffee chain eyes midsummer opening in Lexington

The corner lot next to a former Sonic Drive-In in Lexington will soon feature a drive-thru coffee shop that states its mission as revitalizing the lost art of customer service.  more

Lexington’s Comfort Scratch Kitchen closes, owners seeking new location

A recent addition to Lexington offering Southern favorites and other comforting dishes has closed but promises to reopen in another location. more

Exploring the factors keying Lexington County’s economic development spree

Lexington County has made a lot of noise when it comes to economic development of late, with a trio of recent announcements boosting an already positive outlook. more

Local Chapin coffee shop changes hands

A Lexington County coffee shop has changed hands after seven years in business. more

Office building going up on West Columbia’s Meeting Street

A new office building is set to add even more activity to West Columbia’s increasingly bustling Meeting Street corridor. more

Downtown Lexington boutique looks to fight human trafficking with fashion

Turns out it is possible to be fashionably conscious while supporting a cause.  more

Griffin Chophouse restaurants close, new restaurant taking its place in Lexington

A Lexington County restaurant group has closed all of its businesses. more

Wine warehouse move from Columbia to Lexington County approved by council

Lexington County Council Tuesday gave final approval to a measure that clears the way for a beverage company to build a huge warehouse on an 85-acre site in Saxe Gotha Industrial Park. more

Mattress Warehouse hub one of first two tenants at Columbia airport industrial park

Lexington County is set to add another distribution center that will bring over 100 jobs in 2024. more

Lexington purple martin tour guide launches safari business

A local man known for his tours to see the purple martins around Lake Murray and a film on the famed local birds has turned his hobby into a business. more

As traffic ticks up, Columbia airport eyes security upgrades, completion of baggage system

It increasingly feels like the days are getting back to normal at the Columbia Metropolitan Airport. more

Punk flea market brings affordable alternative culture to Jamil Temple

When the Southeast Punk Flea Market rolls into the Jamil Temple this weekend, it will feature collectibles, vintage clothing and plenty of unique and diverse shopping opportunities. more

Lexington mobile cigar lounge launches with first event at Cayce brewery

The mobile lounge caters to public and private events, including weddings, corporate parties and tailgates. more

The Catch-Up: Lexington’s second ramen house opens, Lexpo draws a crowd

A restaurant the Chronicle reported was coming in November has opened. more
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