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Boykin Company Grille re-opens
The Boykin Grille, which encompasses both these buildings off S.C. 261, is open once again for breakfast and lunch Monday through Saturday and for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. - photo by Jim Tatum

Long-time favorite eatery and gathering place, the Boykin Company Grille and Store is now open again.

The long-time favorite eatery, located at the historic Boykin Mill property on Swift Creek Road just off S.C. 261, re-opened its doors in October.

Thus far, the reception has been good, owners Wayne and Alice Belger said. 

The Boykin Company Grille has kept its classic, homey, comfortable feel. Owned and operated by the Belgers, the mid-1800s wooden building features a quaint and comfortable inside dining area, complete with restored heart pine floors and interesting historical items on display. The grille also has small gift shop section as well as a large screened porch for outside dining.

The restaurant features breakfast and lunch every day, complete with traditional country favorites and a variety of sandwiches. The grill is open on Friday and Saturday nights from 6 to 10 p.m. for dinner, and while the atmosphere is still casual, Chef Adam Benfante varies the dinner menu with interesting and tasty items.

The restaurant carries a variety of beverages, including beer and wine, and often features live music on weekends, from bluegrass to acoustic folk. 

The Boykin Company Grille is open from 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday for breakfast and lunch and 6 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday for dinner. For more information call, (803) 432-2786.