Rambo’s Fat Cat Biscuits opening new Columbia SC restaurant

Columbia, S.C. A popular Soda City Market vendor is expanding its business to open up a brick-and-mortar shop. Rambo’s Fat Cat Biscuits plans to open its first restaurant on North Main Street in Columbia next month, the business announced on social media. Started as a mobile food joint by husband […]

A popular Soda City Market vendor is expanding its business to open up a brick-and-mortar shop.

Rambo’s Fat Cat Biscuits plans to open its first restaurant on North Main Street in Columbia next month, the business announced on social media.

Started as a mobile food joint by husband and wife team Renee and Todd Adams, Rambo’s Fat Cat Biscuits has built a following of fans at the weekly Soda City Market on Saturday mornings on Main Street.

Rambo’s is known for, naturally, its hefty biscuits, filled with everything from thick-cut sausage patties and pimento cheese to fried chicken to brie and fig jam.

It’ll open in a newly built space at the corner of North Main and Confederate Avenue, across the street from Noma Bistro by Al Amir. A soon-to-open barber shop, J. Brown Studio, will share the building with Rambo’s. They’re flanked by the Cottontown, Elmwood Park and Earlewood neighborhoods.

They join the Noma District, a burgeoning small business corridor, with the likes of Vino Garage, The War Mouth, A Peace of Soul Vegan Kitchen, Il Focolare Pizzeria, Indah and Curiosity coffee shops and more. Over the past several years, small businesses have flocked to the up-and-coming North Main area, where rents are cheaper than downtown and customers spill out from the diverse surrounding neighborhoods.

Sarah Ellis covers Columbia and Richland County for The State. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, she has made South Carolina’s capital her home for the past decade. Since 2014, her work at The State has earned multiple awards from the S.C. Press Association, including best Short Story.
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