- VVictoriavipSouth Carolina •16 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoWe had our practice holiday dinner on Friday, and everything went very well. The service was impeccable. The food was incredible. We ordered several appetizers to share, including the cheese board with some house made pickled veggies that were delicious, scallops and mussels - all awesome. For the main course most folks went for a ribeye special and some had duck duo and the menu steak. The steaks were awesome and duck was one of the best and well crafted dishes I’ve had. Cocktails were great, especially the dessert coffee one. Overall, great experience. Big thanks to everyone from this establishment for your hard work to ensure Motor Supply remains a high quality dining choice for many.More infoMotor Supply Company BistroPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• Columbia•4.6
- KMKimberlyMSouth Carolina •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoBeautiful atmosphere in a small town❤️ would definitely come back to eat here againMore infoMill Pond SteakhousePrice: Expensive• Steak• Rembert•4.9
- TTTaterrianTSouth Carolina •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoThe place was great! The choices on the menu was outstanding. I chose the shrimp and grits. It was great!!! The hostess was very pleasant. I was immediately greeted and seated in a timely manner. Our server was amazing and courteous. I will definitely eat here again.More infoBlue MarlinPrice: Moderate• Regional American (Low Country)• Columbia•4.6
- JKJohnKSan Francisco Bay Area •3 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoI have heart disease and must limit certain foods. I therefore have steak, specifically ribeye, no more than twice a year. I had the ribeye last night and it was done perfectly (very rare). The accompanying mushrooms, glazed onions and potatoes were excellent. The asparagus was very good, but some additional trimming of the lower part of the stalk would have made it better. My wife felt her scallop dish was excellent, but having tasted my steak she said she would order that next time. I cannot say enough about how good our server, Greg, was. He seemed to know exactly when we might want attention. He was engaging and very pleasant. He helped make our special evening even more enjoyable.More infoSaluda'sPrice: Moderate• American• Columbia•4.8
- MBMisterBVirginia •3 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Absolutely superb! What a wonderful experience! The staff was so polite! We will definitely be back.More infoCalifornia Dreaming-ColumbiaPrice: Moderate• American• Columbia•4.4
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