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Forget every dance move you’ve ever witnessed in your life--the Carolina Shag consists of the most difficult, impossible-to-follow-or-comprehend steps known to man.
There’s a good reason the city and state are proud of their Shag: it’s pure magic.
Grab yours at the South Carolina State Farmers Market, Susie’s Produce or The Peanut Man.
“Yellow Gold” or “Columbia Gold” are the mythical names given to BBQ sauce down this way, and for good reason--instead of using a ketchup base, folks here use mustard and cane sugar. A tangy and sweet treat that adds kick to your pulled pork and ribs.
Despite being small and intimate, Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Garden gets high praise for keeping their animals healthy and happy while maintaining some of the prettiest park grounds in Columbia.
In addition to seeing amazing large mammals and birds, visitors are blown away by its Australian Animal wing, which is home to koala bears, kangaroos, lorikeets and red-necked wallabies.
From Monet and Jasper Johns to traveling exhibits featuring imperial porcelain from Japan, this top-notch museum always offers something interesting. Each year in the Five Points district, the city puts on an insanely elaborate homage to Irish culture that includes a parade, bagpipers, step dancers, a shag dance party and the opportunity to dye the area’s fountain green.
Added bonus: it hosts incredible events and parties. According to Forbes, Columbia ranks 86 out of 200 cities as one of the best places for business and careers.
And no worries if football isn’t your thing--USC has 19 top-notch varsity sports teams so there are ample opportunities to get into the Gamecocks spirit. Temperatures during the summer often climb up into the 90s and the 100s. This will come in handy when you prep for Columbia’s annual Mardi Gras festival.Columbia has a sophisticated dining scene where you will find any type of cuisine your tummy desires.If you have a client or date to impress, check out: The Oak Table: Order the Niman Ranch Pork Chop and Smoky Bacon Cornbread.You’re going to love December in Columbia, when you can routinely get away with sporting a light jacket and grabbing a beer outdoors. The “Parks and Recreation” actor may not be a household name quite yet, but, surprisingly, for a city filled with talented, ambitious, and smart people, he’s currently its most famous export.And that’s nothing to be ashamed of because he’s pretty damn funny.