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Savor The Taste Of The South: Southern Food That'll Transport You to Grandma's Kitchen!

Southern Restaurant Clover, SC

Clover Station Logo   train with words saying The Clover Station Clover SC
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The Clover Station has been bringing people together and serving the best food in Clover, SC since July of 2009.

105 N Main St, Clover, SC 29710   |   803-222-1500

Ms. Pat owner of The clover Station

Welcome to The Clover Station, your go-to destination for mouthwatering homestyle southern food in Clover, SC. We've been serving up delicious dishes and bringing people together since our doors opened in July of 2009.


At The Clover Station, we take pride in being the go-to place for delicious Southern food in North and South Carolina. Our food is so good that you might think your own grandmother was the one cooking. Our menu features a range of classic southern favorites, from fried chicken to savory collard greens and everything in between.


Our restaurant is the brainchild of Ms. Pat, known as “The Fried Okra Lady",  a seasoned cook who raised her three children on the delicious southern home cooking that is served daily.  Since day one, Ms. Pat has been the driving force behind the amazing crew at The Station, cooking up a storm in the kitchen, greeting and serving customers with her signature southern hospitality.


Come on down to The Clover Station and experience southern food like never before. With our warm and welcoming atmosphere and delicious, homestyle cuisine, we're sure to become your new favorite restaurant in Clover.

From scratch-made buttermilk biscuits to fried okra, and cornbread to fried chicken, the food here is the best around. With rotating daily specials and time-tested standards there is something for everyone at The Clover Station.

Clover Station tray of Biscuits
Clover Station Southern Restaurant outside Photo

The Town of Clover (originally Clover Patch) used to serve the steam engines of the Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railroad. As the story goes, water spilling from the steam engines caused patches of clover to spring up; giving life to the area. The Clover Station honors that story in the food we serve for anyone looking to rest and refuel.

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"If you've not had Ms. Pat's fried okra on a Sunday, then you need to catch up. You won't live forever and it's worth it to know what fried okra is supposed to taste like. I always go when they have Turkey and Dressing because I don't deserve that meal for Thanksgiving only. But, the ham combined with Pineapple Casserole is just something else too. I promise you - this is where if he had it to do over - the next Last Supper would be."

Amanda M.

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