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New York Butcher Shoppe & Grille, 5 Lake Carolina Way Suite 160: Early April 2012   5 comments

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From Forest Acres, it's easier to get to downtown Camden than to Lake Carolina, and in fact, I have only been there once before. My previous visit was at night, so I saw a bit more of the commercial area today. My impressions are that a) it's a nice safe seeming place where kids draw hop-scotch diagrams on the sidewalks and that b) it's hurting like everywhere else. I certainly could not describe the place as bustling, and there seemed to be a number of vacancies.

New York Butcher Shop & Grille is an upstate company with locations in SC, NC, GA & AL. From this State story from the restaurant's opening in 2010, it sounds a nice place, with enough down-to-earth fare (giant burgers..) that I might have been tempted to check it out (if I had ever heard of it, and if I were willing to fight my way to Lake Carolina..).

(Hat tip to commenter Jason)

Written by ted on May 22nd, 2012

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  1. Prior to being here, NY Butcher Shoppe had a location at 4561 Hard Scrabble Road. I think it's now Marco's Pizza but I am not 100% sure.

    Lake Carolina has been a 'community of the year' and while I enjoy Northeast Richland from the St. Andrews area, I simply don't make it into Lake Carolina the times I'm out in that section of town.

    Supposedly Logan Raye had a salon out there after they left the Vista but I went through this area looking for it to no avail.

    Andrew

    22 May 12 at 12:26 am

  2. I believe there is a Logan Raye at Sparkleberry Crossing next to the Travina.

    ted

    22 May 12 at 12:38 am

  3. There is a small chain of New York Butcher Shoppes, with one in Mt. Pleasant I have been in. Don't know if the Lake Carolina one was part of this chain. What did their sign look like?

    Dennis

    22 May 12 at 5:31 am

  4. It was part of the chain, but it also had a full restaurant at this location. I ate there once, and the food was very good but ridiculously overpriced so I never went back.

    Jason

    22 May 12 at 7:39 am

  5. We stopped here once shortly after they opened for a lunch sandwich, which they advertised on a board out front. We were the only ones there, took 1/2 hour to make 2 sandwiches and there was nowhere to sit and eat (restaurant portion was only open at night and no chairs outside). I recall the sandwiches were very good... but very expensive. Looked at the restaurant menu, and didn't see anything worth going back for. The place lasted much longer than I expected it to.

    Cheryl

    23 May 12 at 1:18 pm

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