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When it comes to finding Columbia’s hidden gems, nothing beats a local guide - and that’s where we come in. We’re here to take you on a journey in and around the Main Street District. We’ll share our favorite Soda City hotspots, the city’s best festivals, and not-to-be-missed attractions. Check back regularly for all the inside scoop on everything we love around here.

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    Christmas Activities for Kids in Columbia, SC

    Kids are full of energy and need lots of entertainment. Each year, the different seasons bring fun activities for kids to enjoy. And now that the holidays are almost here, there are tons of Christmas activities for kids right here in Columbia, SC that your family will love.

    Kids are full of energy and need lots of entertainment. Each year, the different seasons bring fun activities for kids to enjoy. And now that the holidays are almost here, there are tons of Christmas activities for kids right here in Columbia, SC that your family will love.

    One of the first places you need to take your kids to is Riverbanks Zoo & Garden to see Lights Before Christmas. They do this every year, and it’s spectacular! Your family will enjoy this animal-filled Christmas activity. Another local festive event you need to drive your kiddos through is the Holiday Lights on the River at Saluda Shoals Park. Here you’ll find millions of twinkling lights, colorful displays, and animated lights for over 3 miles! The next Christmas activity that your kids are guaranteed to love is Sundaes with Santa at the Holiday Market by Junior League of Columbia. They can indulge in arts and crafts, photos with Santa, and ice cream. You can’t go wrong with Santa and ice cream! Then, you should start a new family tradition of watching all the fun on the streets during Columbia’s Carolina Carillion Holiday Parade. The streets of downtown Columbia get filled with different floats, marching bands, dancers, and Santa Claus!   

    Lastly, if your family loves Christmas movies, you need to check out Holly Jolly Hollywood at The Nickelodeon Theatre. During the month of December, they show classic Christmas movies the entire family can enjoy. If you prefer a movie night in, you can watch your kid’s favorite Christmas movie right here at Hotel Trundle! The Movie Night In Package is a fun family experience in Columbia’s “unique boutique” hotel. Enjoy drinks, popcorn, candy, and a movie in a luxurious hotel suite that your kids will surely love! Now, you can plan a fun Christmas vacation at Hotel Trundle where you can do countless local Christmas activities, experience luxury travel, and create endless memories with your family.

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    Columbia Museum of Art

    A mere two minutes away, in Hotel Trundle’s urban backyard, is one of the capital city’s favorite tourist destinations. So while you’re staying with us, we can’t recommend highly enough that you go.

    A mere two minutes away, in Hotel Trundle’s urban backyard, is one of the capital city’s favorite tourist destinations. So while you’re staying with us, we can’t recommend highly enough that you go. 

    Art history lovers, rejoice! Our neighbor, the Columbia Museum of Art, is open six days a week with art from all over the world dating back 5,000 years and filling more than two dozen galleries. Special from amongst the group, the Kress Collection has earned national regard as a center for the appreciation of the Old European Masters. But paintings certainly aren't the museum’s only treasure. A calendar full of events including artist demonstrations, projects for kids, concerts, and tours make every visit fresh and fun. Plus, the building itself is a work of art; its architects lifted its neoclassical foundation with surprising, more modern accents. Special exhibits currently on display include 30 Americans, a tribute to contemporary black artists up until January 17th, and Hindsight 20/20, an exposé of five photographers’ perspective on the last year during the pandemic. Hindsight 20/20 runs through November 21st. For more information, visit the museum website!

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    Best Places to Shop for Christmas Gifts in Columbia, SC

    Christmas is right around the corner, and one of the most fun parts of the season is shopping for your loved ones.

    Christmas is right around the corner, and one of the most fun parts of the season is shopping for your loved ones. However, shopping for Christmas gifts can be more time-consuming and less fun if you don’t know the best places to go. That’s why we’ve gathered some of the best places to shop for Christmas gifts in Columbia, SC. One of these awesome local shopping spots to visit is the Columbiana Centre, which is a shopping mall filled with a variety of stores to choose from. You’ll also find different restaurants for when the shopping hunger hits. You really can’t go wrong shopping here. Now, if you’re looking for really unique gifts, you can take a quick drive from Hotel Trundle and visit the Spring Valley Antique Mall. Here you’ll find treasures filled with history that you can give to someone you love, who appreciates the beautiful and antique. 

    But if you’re looking for a combination of a shopping mall and unique gifts, you have to check out this last place. We’ve saved the best for last! Just walking distance from Hotel Trundle, you can visit the Soda City Market on Main Street and shop from about 150 different vendors! Every Saturday morning from 9-11 am, you’ll find handcrafted items, clothes, home decor, and many more awesome gifts. Plus, you can indulge in a delicious meal from a variety of places serving great food for the busy Christmas shopper. And while you’re out and about Christmas shopping, make sure to take a peek at our city guide to see all the other fun places to visit while you’re here. And if you happen to get stuck trying to pick the perfect gift for your loved ones, no worries! Give them a gift certificate for a weekend getaway at Hotel Trundle so they can experience luxury travel in Columbia’s one-of-a-kind boutique hotel. Trust us, they won’t be disappointed. Now you know the best places to shop for Christmas gifts in Columbia so you can find the perfect gifts for your friends and family. Either way, stay safe this holiday season, and happy shopping!

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    Millions of Lights Inspire Thousands of Smiles Before Christmas

    It may seem a bit premature to be talking about Christmas in Autumn, but trust us when we say this event is worth planning ahead for.

    It may seem a bit premature to be talking about Christmas in Autumn, but trust us when we say this event is worth planning ahead for.
    If you think about it, you may string a few hundred lights on a pine tree. Now imagine millions for lights, lighting an entire landscape. Sounds special, doesn’t it? Returning visitors, many of whom are Columbia locals, call it a “must-see light show,” and they buy their tickets as soon as they go on sale November 1st. Indeed, every year, beginning mid-November, Riverbanks Zoo & Garden hosts Columbia’s longest-running tradition, “Lights Before Christmas.” For the small fee, guests have access to the awe-inspiring twinkling displays of lights and animations, all in an ideal setting for a holiday photo that will bring out even the most stubborn inner- child. Bring the whole family and grab s’mores and hot chocolate to warm-up by the Jingle Bell Bonfire or visit with Santa Claus. Local vendors will also be present to help you find the perfect gift for those tough-to-buy people on your list. It’s just a short drive from Hotel Trundle and is the perfect destination to get you and yours in the holiday spirit.

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    Celebrate History in Columbia’s Business Center 

    Columbia defies the capital city cliche, “All work and no play” by embracing the storied pasts of its business and judicial centers and welcoming visitors to celebrate its history.

    Columbia defies the capital city cliche, “All work and no play” by embracing the storied pasts of its business and judicial centers and welcoming visitors to celebrate its history.

    As the capital city of South Carolina, Columbia is the proud home of a number of culturally and architecturally significant historical sites. But the star of the show is located less than a mile from Hotel Trundle. Located at 1100 Gervais St, the South Carolina State House boasts a photo-worthy exterior with impressive grounds and a colonnade topped by a large copper dome. The building itself was constructed, in large part, with blue granite, the official state stone, and marble. On two sides of the building, six bronze stars mark the spots where cannonballs, launched by Union forces, struck the State House during the Civil War. Inside you’d find the offices of the governor and lieutenant governor, as well as the chambers of the South Carolina State Senate and House of Representatives. Visitors are welcome to attend guided or self-guided tours Monday through Friday year-round with scheduled exceptions while the legislature is in session between January and May. Visit the website for more information.

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    A Look Into Our Historic Building’s Story

    We’ve gotten so comfortable so quickly that it sometimes can be easy to forget Hotel Trundle is a pretty new thing. Long before we were calling downtown Columbia “home” and long before we were making friends and sharing memories, there was another generation who literally built the foundation to make this all happen.

    We’ve gotten so comfortable so quickly that it sometimes can be easy to forget Hotel Trundle is a pretty new thing. Long before we were calling downtown Columbia “home” and long before we were making friends and sharing memories, there was another generation who literally built the foundation to make this all happen.

    Let us set the scene. It’s the 1940s and three separate storefronts—Western Auto, Powell Furniture and the Rose Talbert—line Taylor Street just west of its intersection with Sumter Street. Step through what is now our lobby today and you’re in the Western Auto, which resided in the area for 45 years and was recently restored to its original glory after the aluminium slipcover removal in 2016.

    Taking it back almost a century, the Powell Furniture building is a nostalgic example of 20th-century architecture, which went through a few different paint colors but remained largely untouched otherwise. Rounding out our trifecta of historic goodness is the Rose Talbert building—a true brick beauty. Much like her long-standing neighbor, the Western Auto Building, this structure also experienced a cover up at some point throughout her illustrious life, but was restored back down to showcase the trademark stucco.

    When you visit Hotel Trundle today, you’ll see plenty of new life—modern amenities, progressive art, craft beverages and more. But, we’ll always invite you to look beyond the surface as we tell you the stories that sit right before the surface.

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    Step Back In Time At The Historic Robert Mills House

    Only at Hotel Trundle can you step out for a quick stroll and find yourself back in time almost 200 years—but that’s exactly what we love so much about Columbia.

    Only at Hotel Trundle can you step out for a quick stroll and find yourself back in time almost 200 years—but that’s exactly what we love so much about Columbia. Located a few blocks down from our front doors on the east side of Bull Street is one of our favorite past-meets-present masterpieces: The Robert Mills House and Gardens.

    Built in 1823 by South Carolina native Robert Mills, who eventually went on to create the iconic Washington Monument, this landmark is one of just five National Historic Landmarks in the city. Standing out from the downtown landscape with its red-brick exterior, towering ivory pillars and manicured greenery, the captivating structure is home to more than meets the eye.

    Evolving beyond its original purpose as an estate for a wealthy merchant family, followed by a campus for religious study, each room inside now offers insight into 19th-century decorative art—all within the exquisite and idiosyncratic design pioneered by Mills.

    Be sure to find some time to take a guided tour, which begins at the gift shop on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 1 p.m., as well as admire the building’s rich heritage from the lawn and gardens—a relatively new addition from the restoration process in 1960.

    To learn more, visit the Historic Columbia website here.

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    First Thursdays on Main Street

    Need plans for a Thursday night? We've got you covered. Head on down to First Thursdays to experience the local art, culture, music, and community that makes Columbia so great! 

    Need plans for a Thursday night? We've got you covered. Head on down to First Thursdays to experience the local art, culture, music, and community that makes Columbia so great! Just think — a collection of entertainment and interactive experiences set against the backdrop of Main Street in downtown Columbia. From the 1200 block down to the 1700 block, First Thursday-goers will enjoy a taste of retailer shops and art galleries that stay open late to keep the good vibes going. A few of our monthly stops include Cantina 76, Columbia Museum of Art, and Hampton Street Vineyard. There is also a complimentary shuttle (thanks to the City Center Partnership’s Yellow Shirts). Service runs free until 11 p.m., making it easy to hop around town. See the full list of local destinations here and mark the first Thursday of the month down on your calendar. We'll see you soon! 

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    Welcome to the Wild Side of Columbia

    While we love being in South Carolina’s concrete jungle, where art, culture and history blend together to create a continually evolving ecosystem, there’s nothing quite like spending some time away in awe of natural wildlife.

    As animal lovers ourselves (you won’t need to look much further than our symbolic unicorn logo), we’re lucky to have our home so close to one of our city's best treasures—Riverbanks Zoo. Home to about 2,000 mammals, birds, reptiles and ocean life that cover over 350 species, a single day spent here spans countless miles of discovery. Think tigers, zebras, babirusas, koalas, kangaroos and wallabies to start.

    Sectioned into geographic regions, which span Africa, Asia, Australia and America, as well as an Aquatic Reptile Complex, Conversation Outpost, Farm and Birdhouse, visitors can embark on a tour through virtually every destination on the planet before stopping by the Riverbanks Botanical Garden—home to 70 acres of blooming flora with over 4,200 species of native and exotic plants.

    If you’re ready to venture out, our “Life Is A Zoo” package, which includes discounted entry and $10 of zoo money to feed the animals, plus the option to add a locally-crafted charcuterie grazing box for $60, is your ticket to the wild side of Columbia—just minutes from Hotel Trundle’s front doors.

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    Shamrock Shimmy Your Way To The Village

    Proudly serving as Columbia’s original village neighborhood, Five Points is a buzzing commercial hotspot with mom and pop shops that have been accommodating customers since 1915. On March 21st, the luck of the Irish will make its way back to the 38th Annual St. Pat's in Five Points, and you don’t want to miss out on the best St. Patrick’s Day festival in the Southeast.

    Start your morning bright and early at 7:30 am getting lost in the Irish ambiance on the Get to the Green 10K. The 5K starts at 8 am with the 1-Mile Family Fun Run right behind. Registration is online and all participants get free entry into the festival! The fun begins when the gates officially opening at 9 am with the start of the St. Pat’s Parade down Saluda Avenue. Afterward, head to the Pot O’ Gold area for rides, magic, and inflatable activity centers. As you satisfy your tastebuds with one of the food vendors, enjoy live music from local and upcoming bands, prepping the crowd for big-name closers including SHAED and Band of Horses. Head online NOW to purchase your tickets!

     

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    Mystery, Space, Lasers: The SCSM Has It All!

    Columbia has brought you here for a string of meetings and conferences, but now that all your work is done, you’re ready for some fun. Gather up the family and head to The South Carolina State Museum for an exciting new, limited, interactive experience: The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes. 

    Columbia has brought you here for a string of meetings and conferences, but now that all your work is done, you’re ready for some fun. Gather up the family and head to The South Carolina State Museum for an exciting new, limited, interactive experience: The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes. Guests will have the chance to learn the method behind how Holmes solved mysteries and even get to solve a mystery of their own! Enjoy over 100 historical artifacts including original manuscripts. Hollywood buffs can enjoy viewing actual props that are on display from the current Sherlock Holmes movies. Tickets can now be purchased online. Aside from this exhibition, throughout February, there is a list of events at the SCSM including Amor Under The Stars on Valentine's Day, where guests can enjoy the planetarium show and night-sky observing. Then, starting on February 21st and running through March, Friday Night Laser Lights is back! Enjoy the 55-foot dome and laser planetarium shows varying from Led Zeppelin to Dave Matthews Band to Prince and Pink Floyd. Schedule times and tickets can be found online. There's something for everyone at the South Carolina State Museum!

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    A Wicked Week In Columbia

    The Wicked Witch of the West is back, and this time has made her way to Columbia. Broadway in Columbia presents Wicked! Join Elphaba and Glinda at the Koger Center for the Arts starting January 22nd, for a total of 24 performances through February 9th, 2020. 

    The Wicked Witch of the West is back, and this time has made her way to Columbia. Broadway in Columbia presents Wicked! Join Elphaba and Glinda at the Koger Center for the Arts starting January 22nd, for a total of 24 performances through February 9th, 2020. 

    This untold story of the Witches of Oz starts way before Dorthy left Kansas. The production started in 2003 and has since been nominated for at least one award every year, winning 33 out of 64 nominations across the board. This popular Broadway show will capture your heart with eight popular numbers you can sing-along to throughout the acts. Can’t make it to a showing of Wicked but still want to scratch that itch for the arts? The Koger Center has a full list of shows and dates online, including this month’s Beethoven & Blue Jeans, presented by the South Carolina Philharmonic. All ticket sales are final with no refunds or exchanges. Make your accommodations for Wicked now, as seats will sell out quickly!

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    Lights Before Christmas, A Columbia Tradition You Can’t Miss!

    One of Columbia’s longest-running holiday traditions returns for another year. The Lights Before Christmas display at Riverbanks Zoo & Garden is a coveted light show featuring over a million twinkling lights across the beautiful landscape of the zoo. If you are new to the area or specifically here for a holiday in Columbia, this is a pivotal component of the local holiday tradition. 

    One of Columbia’s longest-running holiday traditions returns for another year. The Lights Before Christmas display at Riverbanks Zoo & Garden is a coveted light show featuring over a million twinkling lights across the beautiful landscape of the zoo. If you are new to the area or specifically here for a holiday in Columbia, this is a pivotal component of the local holiday tradition. 

    With the purchase of your entrance into the zoo and gardens, guests are welcome to wander through a seemingly endless display of lights and animations. There will so many dazzling sights to see, you’ll have a hard time picking just one as the backdrop for your family photo op! Families, couples and the lone traveler will all find plenty of joy perusing this festive display. Grab a gooey s’more at the Jingle Bell Bonfire. Keep your hands warm with the sweet decadence of a hot chocolate. Or, tell the big man exactly what’s on your wishlist at a meet and greet with Santa Claus. In addition to this, guests may enjoy their pick of seasonal delights, brought to the zoo by our proud local vendors. ‘Tis the season to be in Columbia!

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    Aw Shucks! It’s Time for Some Southern-Style Seafood

    Our guests are in for a real treat when they stay with us this November. Saturday the 16th kicks off the 23rd annual South Carolina Oyster Festival.

    Our guests are in for a real treat when they stay with us this November. Saturday the 16th kicks off the 23rd annual South Carolina Oyster Festival. The incredible seafood roast brings the community together to indulge in over 10,000 pounds of expertly-roasted oysters, brought to you by Pearlz Oyster Bar. Each serving of super fresh oysters sells for only $10 and is available to locals and visitors alike. If oysters aren’t your jam, not to worry. Downtown will be flooded with various food stalls, local vendors, ice-cold drinks, live entertainment, arts, and businesses—there aren’t enough hours in the day to experience it all! 

    Buy your tickets ahead of time through the event page or at the door for $10. Visit the page here for full details and to purchase your tickets. We hope you have one shell of a good time!

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    Golfing Ghouls Boos in the Zoo!

    Columbia is home to a vibrant local community, and no time of year is more precious than the fall and winter holiday months when the community comes out in full swing to bring delightful events and festive celebrations to the community. Visitors will have no problem finding something to do this Halloween during their stay with us. 

    Columbia is home to a vibrant local community and no time of year is more precious than the fall and winter holiday months when the community comes out in full swing to bring delightful events and festive celebrations to the community. Visitors will have no problem finding something to do this Halloween during their stay with us. 

    For instance, Riverbanks Zoo and Garden will host their annual Boo in the Zoo celebration from October 18th to the 30th with trick-or-treating, a dance party, spooky-themed strolls, and much more. 

    Looking for a more adults-only event? Check out the spooktacular party happening at Top Golf on October 31st. The private event will feature a live DJ, costume prizes, and tempting drink specials. To learn more about what’s happening in Columbia this October, visit the Experience Columbia Site.

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    Enjoy Great Shopping In Columbia

    Columbia, South Carolina is home to plentiful shopping options, from artsy villages to luxurious districts, where guests can find unique items and signature Southern hospitality. 

    Columbia, South Carolina is home to plentiful shopping options, from artsy villages to luxurious districts, where guests can find unique items and signature Southern hospitality. 

    Visit Devine Street for chic shops, bridal boutiques and amazing dining options. The perfect destination to really treat yourself to something special. 

    Discover hand-crafted treasures at Five Points. The art village is popular among nearby USC students and is home to contemporary art galleries, barbershops, and excellent happy hour specials. 

    Explore high-end retail and antiques at the Vista. Boasting all-levels of restaurants, art galleries, and national retail shops, this is a great place to find a little bit of everything, whether dining out with family or hunting for an antique treasure. 

    For more information on shopping in Columbia, check out the city’s visitor site here

     

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    Experience the Performance of a Lifetime During Your Stay

    From earth-defying acrobatics to dazzling costumes to heart-wrenching stories, no performance is ever quite as amazing as a Cirque du Soleil performance.

    From earth-defying acrobatics to dazzling costumes to heart-wrenching stories, no performance is ever quite as amazing as a Cirque du Soleil performance. Now’s your chance to experience it for yourself! The renowned performance group is bringing its newest show, Corteo, to Columbia this July with seven shows to choose from. This is a can’t-miss opportunity for visitors staying with us mid-July. The show will be held at the Colonial Life Arena, located just a mile from our hotel starting on July 10th. Visit the arena’s website here for dates and to purchase tickets. Grab a bite to eat before the show at the nearby Blue Marlin for some Carolina cooking or Mellow Mushroom for a specialty pizza pie. 

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    Experience Southern Cooking at Its Finest

    The Shrimp & Grits Fest in Columbia is a can’t-miss tradition brimming with good Carolina cooking that’ll make it hard to leave this southern haven. 

    It might be surprising to discover that some of the best seafood dishes in The South aren’t found along the coast. The Shrimp & Grits Fest in Columbia is a can’t-miss tradition brimming with good Carolina cooking that’ll make it hard to leave this southern haven. The event takes place on Saturday, June 15th at the downtown Hilton Doubletree. Indulge in unlimited samples of shrimp and grits from the area’s best restaurants as they compete for the title of “Columbia’s Best Shrimp & Grits”. Live music and entertainment will accompany your journey through the unique interpretations of this traditional Southern dish. The event starts at 6 p.m. and ends at 9 p.m. To learn more information and purchase your tickets, visit the event website here.

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    Blushing Brides, Check Out The Annual Metropolitan Bridal Expo

    Whether you’re planning to walk down the aisle soon or you plan someone else’s walk, the Metropolitan Bridal Expo is a great source of inspiration. 

    Whether you’re planning to walk down the aisle soon or you plan someone else’s walk, the Metropolitan Bridal Expo is a great source of inspiration and services to help you keep up with modern trends and create an incredible wedding. The event will take place at the Columbia Convention Center on May 19th, starting at 1:00 p.m. and feature the best event vendors in the area. With so many businesses in one centralized location, it’s the most efficient way for brides and planners to get connected with the right vendors and services for their dream wedding. Tickets are available on the event's website here.

    Own a local business that caters to weddings and special events? This is the perfect place to showcase your best work and attract new business. You can register here on the event site.

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    Get Excited for The Columbia Food and Wine Festival

    Who doesn’t enjoy a good glass of vino and mouth-watering bites? For the 2019 year, Free Times and the Five Point Foundation will support this delicious 3-day event.

    Who doesn’t enjoy a good glass of vino and mouth-watering bites? For the 2019 year, Free Times and the Five Point Foundation will support this delicious 3-day event. Each day will support a different event, including a five-course meal kick-off, expanded Soda City Market, brunch, wine-making seminars and the finale Food and Wine Festival. The concluding fest will feature wines and other alcoholic drinks, foods from over 50 local restaurants, a farmers market, and live entertainment. If you’re not careful, you’ll be just as “full-bodied” as a glass of Merlot by the end of the festivities.  

    The beauty of this weekend adventure is your ability to customize your experience. Buy tickets to just Sunday’s festival, or for real fans, buy tickets to every one of the seven distinct events throughout the weekend. For full details and to purchase your tickets, click here to explore the event website.

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    Winter Jam is Coming to Columbia

    Next Friday night, the Colonial Life Arena is welcoming over 10 artists to the stage to jam out with us.

    Next Friday night, the Colonial Life Arena is welcoming over 10 artists to the stage to jam out with us. Guests can anticipate performances by Danny Gokey, Mandisa, Hollyn and much more. There will also be a pre-jam party featuring artists such as Manic Drive and Adam Agee. Located just a mile from our establishment, it’s the perfect way to conclude a Friday night.  Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are available at the official site, where you can get a full list of performers and details on parking. Looking for somewhere to unwind before the concert? We love grabbing a glass of wine at the Lula Drake Wine Parlour or a craft beer in the special ambiance of Vino Garage. We can’t wait!

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    Much to Do in Columbia This Valentine’s Day

    This Valentine’s Day, Columbia has much to offer visiting lovebirds. Get a local history lesson and gaze at the stars at Amore Under The Stars at The South Carolina State Museum. 

    This Valentine’s Day, Columbia has much to offer visiting lovebirds. Get a local history lesson and gaze at the stars at Amore Under The Stars at The South Carolina State Museum. A champagne bar and live DJ top off the romantic event. Or, if local arts are more your style, check out Valentine’s on Main this year. Each Valentine’s Day, the main street comes alive with good cooking, live jazz music, and drinks. Is it just us, or can you already feel the love brewing in the air?!

    Tickets are available for couples and solo players, which include an appetizer, entrees, dessert, and drinks. Whatever you do this Valentine’s Day, it’s sure to be a lovely time when you’re staying with us. If you’re still in town for the weekend, be sure to check out the World Beer Festival of Columbia on Saturday, February 16th. As the name suggests, patrons will get the chance to sample international, domestic and local brews. A must-see for any beer fanatic!

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