South Carolina Creole / Cajun / Southern Restaurants

South Carolina Creole / Cajun / Southern Restaurants
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Private Property Restaurant
Creole / Cajun / Southern | Lexington
7 reviews

Private Property SC is a local family owned establishment that creates a grassroots value by capturing the southern lifestyle in a way that is appreciated and authentic. Our goal is to provide a casual, affordable, comfortable and memorable experience for our guests. We will use the highest quality ingredients to create a Cajun and Country infused menu that highlights our southern heritage and our love of Louisiana cookin. At Private Property, our formula for success is simple: serve quality food to good people with great service. We are real New Orleans and Lexington people, born and raised, and it was a natural step to take our love for food, family and fellowship to the next level. So bring your family, bring your friends and bring your appetite because at Private Property we eat good and have fun doing it.

Motor Supply Company Bistro
Contemporary American | Columbia
150 reviews

Located in the historic Congaree Vista with a heated patio and free valet parking, Motor Supply has been serving progressive, New World cuisine using classic French culinary techniques for over 20 years. Led by Executive Chef Wesley Fulmer, the kitchen's lunch, dinner and brunch handwritten menus change daily, featuring contemporary New American cuisine, with nods to Creole, Cajun, Southern, French and Asian cuisine. Motor Supply works with local, sustainable farms for produce, meats, dairy and more. Seafood is caught off of the SC coast, and all of our charcuterie, desserts, stocks, sauces and dressings are made in-house. The bar boasts an extensive Wine Spectator Award of Excellence-winning list (2006-13), imported, domestic and local craft beers, as well as an artisan farm-to-shaker cocktail list made from house-infused liquors, handmade bitters, barrel-aged spirits and locally-sourced ingredients and garnishes, mixed up by Head Barman Josh Streetman.