Saluda, South Carolina Dining & Restaurants
Welcome to Saluda, South Carolina
In many ways, Saluda’s one-street downtown hasn’t changed much since it was founded in 1881. Although the train no longer runs through town, people still come from many places seeking a quieter lifestyle, one reminiscent of America’s past . The vintage buildings are now occupied by shops, galleries, and restaurants, giving the town a quaint rustic feel but with a modern flair. Most buildings on Main Street were added to the National Register of Historic places in 1996, based on the district’s unique historic and architectural character.