Calhoun Corners, built in 1893 with hand made brick, served as a civic and social center for the community of Calhoun. It served as the original site of Fort Hill Presbyterian Church in 1895, and was then operated until 1957 as a general store by Norman Boggs. It was then renovated in 1974 and renamed Calhoun Corners.
Calhoun Corners Restaurant and Pub then operated successfully until the fire in the early morning hours on November 1, 1997. With the Corontzes brothers’ and Olson family’s combined efforts, reconstruction plans were immediately pursued preserving everything possible from the original structure. The careful blending of the new construction to accentuate the preserved portions was completed, and Calhoun Corners Restaurant and Bar proudly reopened its doors in December 1998.
Calhoun Corners is quietly located one block off Highway 123 at 103 Clemson Street in Clemson, S.C.. Beside the original Amtrak station, which is home to the Clemson Chamber of Commerce and Train Museum.
Our spacious and elegant dining room located on the second level has become a very popular setting for any dinner meeting or celebration for parties of 20 to 85 guests. For a special evening, inquire about our secluded dining room seating up to 25 guest complete with fireplaces, seating area, large screen TV, and outside deck. A custom menu planning with wine pairings and cocktail hour will ensure that your evening is a success. Call (864) 654.7490 for details and reservations.
Dinner hours are Monday through Saturday 5:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Reservations accepted. Please call (864) 654.7490
Gift Certificates & Accepted Credit Cards
Gift Certificates may be purchased at any restaurant location in any dollar amount or purchased by phone with your credit card by dialing (864) 654.7490 or (864) 654.1210
Accepted cards are: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Diner's Club and American Express.