Pimento Cheeseburger

Invented in Columbia, South Carolina, in the 1950s and still at its best in the Palmetto State, the pimento cheeseburger ranges in character from creamy comfort to spicy punch, depending on the nature of its pimento cheese.

Restaurants With This Dish

Wiz’s Eatery

BATESBURG-LEESVILLE, SC

Mack’s Cash Grocery

COLUMBIA, SC

Compton’s Kitchen

WEST COLUMBIA, SC

Walton Way Deli

AUGUSTA, GA

Pulled pork & spare ribs glazed with Bold & Beautiful BBQ sauce
Roy’s Grille

LEXINGTON, SC

Southside Smokehouse

LANDRUM, SC

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