Doko Station Pub & Eatery

11 Samuel Bookhart Lane
Blythewood, SC 29016
(803) 661-6977

Originally named DOKO, derived from a Native American term signifying “watering place,” the town underwent a renaming to Blythewood, SC in 1877. Doko Depot, during that era, served as a crucial stop along the Columbia-Charlotte Railway, providing trains with the essential water needed for their steam engines.

Doko Station Pub and Eatery, established in April of 2020, emerges as the latest addition to Blythewood’s landscape, nestled beside the railroad tracks and at the gateway of Doko Meadows Park. Offering an extensive array of craft beer and wine selections, the establishment complements its menu of diverse “street-food fare,” featuring flatbread pizzas, salads, sandwiches, paninis, and more. Visitors are invited to experience this modern-day “watering place” in the historic town of Blythewood, South Carolina.

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