Improviser really hit the nail on the head when he (or is it she?) recommended Nick’s in downtown Clemson. They carried Blind Man Ale there (before the brewery’s demise); what a joy it was to be able to have an India Brown Ale or two, a sandwich, and a pint of Ben & Jerry’s for dessert! I can’t wait to return to sample their newest offerings!!
Paws Diner on U. S. 123 heading toward Seneca is a dependable diner-type place. There isn’t a possessive there: there is no Paw; no Maw either! Clemson Tigers have Paws, y’understand.
The Athens Restaurant on the 123 Bypass in Seneca is a nicer upscale Greek-family-owned place.
Taking the business route into Seneca from the east side, The Time Drive-In is a fabulous short-order place. I highly recommend the onion rings. The place is on East First North Street, the old U. S. 123 route through town.
When you visit Clemson, be sure to have whatever products of Highland Brewing and French Broad Brewing are on draught at Nick’s – or elsewhere. Those two local brewers from Asheville do a really good job.
Bon appetit, and – Hold That Tiger!
Amazingly Nearby, Ort. Carlton in Athens, Georgia.