SC Pecan Trail highlights local restaurants, pecan dishes
South Carolina tourists and residents alike can follow a culinary trail dedicated to the pecan. The South Carolina Pecan Trail in Florence features 20+ local restaurants putting pecans in the spotlight. From pecan-encrusted grouper to pecan pie martinis, those venturing on the trail will experience a variety of flavors to satisfy.
“With the growing number of travelers planning vacations specifically to incorporate culinary trips, Florence Convention and Visitors Bureau has developed the SC Pecan Trail to highlight locally owned restaurants that feature pecans,” said Holly Beaumier, director of the Florence CVB.
“More than half of all travelers want to hear about unique dining experiences, and there is an increased interest in local food traditions,” she said, “The pecan is part of our heritage, and this trail is designed to showcase this segment of our culinary culture.”
Florence is the hub of the SC Pecan Trail. Pick up a passport at the visitors center, 3290 W. Radio Drive, or any of the participating restaurants to start the journey. Filling up the passport with stamps is also the ticket to SC Pecan Trail swag.
Visit stops along the trail and get your passport stamped as you make a purchase. Stop by the Florence Convention and Visitors Bureau to show the stamps and get trail-related gifts. A fully stamped passport gets pecan adventurers a T-shirt, drawstring bag, mini pecan pie, and a nutcracker. Eight stamps earn a drawstring bag and nutcracker. Four stamps: the awesome nutcracker.
For more information, visit visitflo.com/sc-pecan-trail or call the visitors center at
Block and Vino
Coast Line Cafe
Dolce Vita Cafe & More
Green Acres Country Market
Lobster Express Co.
Local Motive Brewing
Rebel Pie Wood-fired Pizza
Red Bone Alley
Sweet Cafe & Bakery
Top Hat Special-Teas
Tubb’s Shrimp and Fish Co.
Venus Restaurant and Catering