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The Catch-Up: Spirit of Lake Murray back on the water, Irmo sets special election date

Lake Murray’s one and only yacht has officially reopened to the public.  The Spirit of Lake Murray, an 80-foot Skipperliner yacht, made her debut during the lake’s annual … more

West Columbia Chinese restaurant to close, leaving shopping center vacant

Jin Jin, the popular takeout spot that operated out of the shopping center across from the House of Raeford chicken plant at 469 Sunset Blvd., announced Dec. 2 that it was ceasing operation. more

Irmo location of Alodia’s Cucina Italiana is permanently closed

A temporary closure is now permanent. more

Why workers at a Lexington Starbucks joined last week’s national ‘Red Cup Day’ strike

A Lexington Starbucks was the only one in South Carolina to take part in a nationwide strike last week. more

Lexington Mexican restaurant looks to reopen, Irmo Hwy 55 explains closure

El Amanecer has been closed for a couple of months, according to the restaurant’s Facebook page. more

West Columbia biergarten says it could close if insurance crisis continues

Locally owned businesses in Lexington County are dealing with the increasingly problematic effects of a bill that requires businesses with liquor or beer licenses to maintain a liability insurance policy that covers at least $1 million. more

Italian restaurant that has called West Columbia home for more than 40 years to close

A West Columbia fine-dining institution is closing after more than 40 years in business. more

RF’s Corner Grill owner talks coming Indian restaurant, possible Bubba’s Biscuit expansion

Arif Rizvi came to America from Pakistan with $80 in his pocket and a drive to make his mom proud. Decades later, he’s helped introduce Lexington to a range of foods all while seeking to make his community better.  more

West Columbia biergarten partners with NC’s biggest brewery for collaboration lager

The forthcoming Patio Vibes Dark Lager was brewed by Asheville’s Highland Brewing Company in collaboration with WECO Bottle & Biergarten. more

The Catch-Up: Chapin Police get new logo, Lexington Police look to curb collisions

The look of Chapin’s police officers got an update recently. more

Express hibachi restaurant that replaced Lexington ramen house has closed

The number of Lexington Japanese restaurants associated with a prolific local family has dropped by one. more

Olde Country Buffet owner arrested for tax evasion, operating without license

The owner of a recently closed West Columbia buffet has been arrested for tax evasion and operating without a state retail license. more

With Irmo location closed again, Alodia’s listed as owing nearly $73K to the state

An Italian restaurant that was recently fined by the state for not paying its employees is listed as owing a large sum due to unpaid taxes. Meanwhile, one of its locations is closed again after a brief attempt to reopen. more

National taco chain to open first SC location in Lexington next week

Downtown Lexington will have another restaurant next week. more

Months after employees said they weren’t paid, Alodia’s fined by state

Following an exodus this summer that triggered temporary closures – first at its Lexington location, then at its Irmo location – Alodia's Cucina Italiana has been fined for not paying employees. more

The Catch-Up: Lexington coffee drive-through sets opening date

Clutch Coffee Bar is set to open its new Lexington location later this month. more

Chain brunch spot opens in West Columbia apartment complex

After opening softly — and without charge — over the weekend, a new brunch spot is now officially up and running in a new anchor spot on West Columbia’s State Street. more

Samuel Adams Brewhouse opens in Columbia airport, part of extensive food/retail overhaul

A bar and restaurant bearing the name of one of the country's biggest craft beer brands is among the new options available at the Columbia Metropolitan Airport. more

The Catch-Up: Longstanding Lexington auto repair business to close

A business that has served Lexington since 1978 is set to close its doors this year. more

Alodia’s to reopen Irmo location as state labor investigation continues

Amid an ongoing investigation by the state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, Lexington County Italian restaurant Alodia’s appears to be getting back to business as usual. more

Moltó Vino wine bar begins construction at Lexington location

Tony Carbone has been hoping to bring his private wine club, Moltó Vino, to Lexington for nearly two years. Next year, he hopes to finally open along the town’s Main Street. more

Photos: Lexington amphitheater hosts craft beer festival

Lexington’s For the Love of Hops Craft Beer Festival was back in action at the Icehouse Amphitheater downtown Aug. 26. more

Lexington’s craft beer fest clears hurdles to get all local breweries on lineup

Lexington is welcoming breweries from all over the Carolinas as For the Love of Hops Craft Beer Festival, which takes over the town’s Icehouse Amphithere this weekend. more

Lexington Fatz, notorious for poor DHEC grades, closes along with rest of chain

A Lexington restaurant notorious for continued poor inspections from the state Department of Health and Environmental Control has closed, along with the entirety of the Southeast chain of which it was a part. more

West Columbia coffee shop to finally get home it can make its own

For a year and a half, Brickhouse Gourmet Coffee & Tea Co. has been in a weird spot. more
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