Soda City is better with a side of Food Trucks, don't you think? Columbia locals love vendors like 2 Fat 2 Fly almost as much as they hate the Clemson Tigers. South Carolina's capital hosted the first annual South Carolina Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival with over 20 trucks and 15,000 attendees. Even without the big events, Columbia foodies can find trucks anytime, heading out to the Marriot Market on Main on weekdays from 9-2, or every day of the year at the SC State Farmer's Market on Charleston Highway. Southern cooking is alive and well at trucks like Bone-In Artisanal BBQ on Wheels, where the chef uses traditional Southern slow smoking techniques to smoke pulled pork, ribs, and brisket for 14 hours before piling it high between squares of house-made focaccia. So don't pass up a chance to try this great city's food while you're touring the town!