Speculations that famed Texas burger restaurant Whataburger is seeking a new facility in Irmo are accurate, according to town officials on Thursday. “Yes, Whataburger is coming to town,” stated Douglas Polen, Assistant Town Administrator in Irmo. The burger chain is building a new facility at 1185 Dutch Fork Road, near the
Dave and Roxanne Duffy have opened Roxanne’s Market located at 2900 Dreher Shoals Road, Highway 6 in Irmo. The fresh market and restaurant offers prepared take-home dinners, both frozen and fresh, casseroles and soon-to-be an assortment of wines along with other goodies in the store. The restaurant features daily specials
Thrifty Treasures recently opened its doors in Irmo providing an abundance of reduced, reused, and recycled items. Melba Poole and Sharon Kahl have stocked the store with hand-painted items, crafts, antiques, homemade items, kids’ games, kitchenware and some furniture. Six other vendors offer their treasures on the premises as well.
The BullStreet District will become the future home to Columbia’s first Tupelo Honey Cafe. The restaurant, known for scratch-made southern food and handmade cocktails, is set to open its 5,800 sf location in the first quarter of 2024 inside the new Bennet at BullStreet mixed-use complex. “When I first visited
Wridz, a third option for rideshare has opened for business in Columbia, Myrtle Beach, and Charleston. Wridz calls itself “The Evolution Of Rideshare” and is currently in 16 cities and quickly expanding. What sets Wridz apart from Uber and Lyft is it’s subscription based model for the drivers. This puts
Lauren Svensen, APRN, FNP-C, a family nurse practitioner, recently opened Spirit Primary Care in Murraywood Centre. The health clinic is designed for adults that are in need of affordable healthcare. The direct primary care method offers an affordable membership fee of $75 per month and patients may visit the clinic