Travel

From Columbia SC, with Love

This January, Washington, D.C.–based photographer Jennifer Chase traveled to Columbia, South Carolina, to experience the city’s wealth of urban diversions, creative energy, and easy access to abundant outdoor activities. Click here for her full recap on of the trip.

In partnership with Experience Columbia SC.

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Dinner at Terra, a restaurant led by chef Mike Davis specializing in locally sourced Southern dishes.

photo: Jennifer Chase

Josh Cox of Bricker & Beam, a custom furniture company that crafts pieces with a blend of modern and rustic design.

photo: Jennifer Chase

A walk through the beautiful hardwood forest of Congaree National Park just outside of Columbia, South Carolina.

photo: Jennifer Chase

A warming breakfast at Drip, complete with brioche French toast with cherry jam butter, biscuits with jam, and, of course, great coffee.

photo: Jennifer Chase

Vendors serve up hot chocolate and boiled peanuts at Soda City—Columbia’s Saturday-morning market on Main Street.

photo: Jennifer Chase

A flight of Carolina Weisse Sours from Columbia Craft Brewing Company.

photo: Jennifer Chase

Motor Supply Co. Bistro, a restaurant serving up an eclectic mix of contemporary dishes from around the world in the heart of Congaree Vista in Columbia, South Carolina.

photo: Jennifer Chase

Lula Drake owner Tim Gardner and the restaurant’s fazzoletti (handkerchief pasta), with lamb and blood oranges.

photo: Jennifer Chase

Bowling at the Grand—an entertainment destination that serves up beer and wine and games for all ages.

photo: Jennifer Chase

The South Carolina State House, still festive from the holidays.

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A healthy serving of vegetable frittata—made with potatoes, leeks, Fresno chiles, tomatoes, and basil ricotta—from the Oak Table.

photo: Jennifer Chase

A glimpse into the brunch menu at the Oak Table—complete with small-plate offerings and specialty cocktails.

photo: Jennifer Chase

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