Columbia Neighborhood Guide To

Devine Street

Charming boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops

What It's Like

Charming · Local · Walkable

Known For

Boutiques · Restaurants · Local Feel


Just east of Five Points

Restaurants on Devine Street

Devine Street has plenty of culinary experiences to offer. It’s the perfect area to check out local neighborhood restaurants.

Exterior of Azaela Coffee Bar on Devine Street in Columbia, SC

Azalea Coffee Bar

Azalea is a charming coffee shop on Devine Street. Try their 9 to 5 drink with white chocolate + beetroot powder.

Exterior of Devine Cinnamon Roll deli in Columbia, SC

The Devine Cinnamon Roll Deli

The perfect place for a delicious breakfast or lunch in Columbia. Try their Big Max breakfast sandwich.

Exterior of Il Giorgione on Devine St in Columbia, SC

Il Giorgione

Il Giorgione is a family-owned neighborhood Italian eatery on Devine Street. It’s a great date night restaurant. Try the limoncello!

Exterior of Henry's on Devine Street in Columbia, SC


A great place for a burger in Columbia. They also have chicken fingers, wings, hot dogs and club sandwiches.

Exterior of Mediterranean Tea Room on Devine St in Columbia, SC

Mediterranean Tea Room

A longtime fixture on Devine Street, Med Team Room offers classic dishes like gyros, kebabs, kofta + greek salad.

Exterior of Za's Brick Oven Pizza in Columbia, SC.

Za’s Brick Oven Pizza

Za’s is a casual, family-friendly restaurant on Devine Street. They have brick oven pizza, pasta and sandwiches.

Exterior of Cantina 76 on Devine Street

Cantina 76 (Devine Street)

Cantina 76 is a taqueria with a variety of tacos and other Tex-Mex dishes. They have a covered outdoor patio.

Shaved gyro with french fries at Arabsque on Devine in Columbia, SC

Arabesque on Devine

Authentic Middle Eastern (Lebanese) food. Their hummus is excellent and they also have pizza.

Silver Spoon Bake Shop in the Devine District in Columbia, SC

Silver Spoon Bake Shop

Silver Spoon is a pre-order bakery on Devine Street. Orders open on Wednesday evenings and pickup is on Friday.

Bars on Devine Street

Exterior of Craft and Draft on Devine Street in Columbia, SC

Publick House: Neighborhood bar with a dimly lit authentic pub feel. They have great wings and fish and chips to go with their extensive drink selection.

Craft and Draft: If you are into craft beer, Craft and Draft is a must-stop for you. They are a craft beer store and taproom with 12 rotating craft beers on tap.

Nightcaps: Another great neighborhood dive bar, Nightcaps is a laid-back spot for drinks and bar food.

Shopping on Devine Street

One thing that stands out about Devine Street is just how local all of the shops are! And most are female-owned. You can rest assured that shopping on Devine Street at one of these stores listed below will lead to someone doing a small business owner happy dance.

Pink Sorbet: Columbia’s only Lilly Pulitzer Signature Store and it’s just perfect. It’s such a happy shop, from the pink door to the pink and green awning above. You’ll find all of the latest and greatest Lilly pieces, from colorful dresses to bright workout gear, they have it all! You can also shop online through Pink Sorbet.

Duck Duck Goose: A local shop full of the cutest baby and kids clothing around featuring signature southern clothing. Duck Duck Goose has a great baby selection, so it’s a wonderful shop to pick up something for a new little one. They also offer monogramming services for most of their inventory. You’ll find a great book and toy selection, as well as perfect seasonal gifts. And I can’t mention Duck Duck Goose without calling out that it is the most gorgeous store in all of Columbia! You will be ready to move in with their darling decor.

Marigold Modern Kids: Another fun baby + kid shop on Devine Street, Marigold Modern is filled with progressive + modern clothing brands (ex. Bobo Choses, Pink Chicken, Red Caribou). They have coffee-table-worthy books for kids, Banwood bikes and Moon Picnic calendars.

Half-Moon Outfitters: A great stop for outdoor clothing for the whole family. You’ll find footwear, camping gear, outerwear, sunglasses and more at Half-Moon from brands like Prana, Sorel, The North Face, Carhartt and Birkenstock. You can also grab an Eno hammock from Half-Moon!

Blossom Shoes and Such: A girly boutique out of Greenwood and Greenville, SC. You’ll find shoes at Blossom, of course, as well as handbags, jewelry, candles, sunglasses and gifts galore. It’s my go-to local shop for gifting!

Slate on Devine: A locally-owned women’s clothing boutique with brands like ABLE, Ranna Gill, AGolde and Farm Rio. Slate specializes in ‘elevated basics’ so you are sure to find the perfect jeans and black tee.

Just the Thing: A longtime Devine Street favorite with everything from handbags, clothing, jewelry and shoes. Just The Thing has two locations on Devine Street just next to each other (with Marigold Modern right there, too!) Their 2734 Devine Street location is where to shop for clothes and shoes and 2732 is home to jewelry and accessories.

Pout: a beauty boutique featuring the latest luxury beauty products and an array of innovative skin services. I love visiting Pout! You’ll find everything from Tata Harper skincare to Diptyque candles.

Non(e)such: A gift and home decor shop with higher-end finds. Nonesuch is a local favorite for wedding registries. You’ll find everything from classic tabletop decor to thoughtful baby gifts for life events.

Getting to and around Devine Street

Devine Street is a walkable commercial corridor located just to the East of Five Points. The walkable area runs from Five Points to the intersection of Devine Street and Millwood Avenue, which is a little over a mile long.

The majority of the retail storefronts are in a half-mile stretch in the middle of that area. There is street parking along Devine Street and side streets and many of the businesses have their own parking lots.