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    What to do in Columbia, SC!

    img_0581Soda City Market

    Bring your friends and family and come enjoy this artisan market in the heart of Columbia! The market provides an abundance of fresh food, unique jewelry, intriguing art, and more! The market is located down Columbia’s Main Street, and is open every Saturday from 9:00AM to 1:00PM rain or shine. Every week an impressive array of local vendors will be there featuring local farmers, artists, artisans, local retailers, ethnic food and grocery, food and drink, baked goods, and seafood. Whether you’re coming to purchase a unique, hand-made gift for a friend, or coming to enjoy an organic lunch, you will discover an eclectic range of cultural food and craft at Soda City market. Admission is free and all vendors accept cash or card!
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    Making Chocolate this Valentines Day

    Escape the restaurant norm and come to Christina Miles of Bruges Chocolaterie to create chocolates with your love! The chocolaterie is offering a class on how to make chocolate Tuesday, February 14. Learn how to make strawberry tuxedos, a chocolate bark bar, and Belgian chocolate truffles! French appetizers will be provided during the class and each couple may bring their own bottle of wine to enjoy with the authentic chocolate. The class is $45 per person, and all needed materials will be provided during the class. The class will begin at 6:30PM at the Lakeview Empowerment Center at 599 North St. in West Columbia. This is a great experience to spend with a loved one or a friend, socializing, eating great food, and learning about chocolate!
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    New Restaurant: Tallulah

    Tallulah is a very new, high-end restaurant in Columbia, SC! This new, unique restaurant offers a upscale dining experience in a relaxed environment. The menu is thoughtfully separated into four sections that represent the different regions of South Carolina. The Lowcountry is primarily seafood, Sandhills focuses on poultry and game, Piedmont on vegetables, and Appalachian on food preservatives. Overall, this intriguing menu reflects a French and modern American style cuisine. Tallulah was created and started by a Columbia native, Chef Russell Jones. Located on 2400 Devine St. in Columbia, this restaurant is a fabulous place to spend a special night with a loved one or friends!
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