American flag waving on the side of Mayberry's Cafe building.
Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum
Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum is a cultural exhibit museum focusing on the rich, sometimes turbulent history, culture, and contributions of local African-Americans The museum’s exhibits and events blend technology and tradition to create a meaningful and educational experience for all ages. Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum is about people of the past and present whose stories will impact generations.
Birds of a Feather Cocktail Bar
A chic speakeasy serving elevated bar bites, rare spirits and handcrafted cocktails. Located in the former Lowery Byrd building (circa 1896) along with an event space and luxury rental suites on the second floor. Open Wednesday - Friday 4-10pm, Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 11am-9pm.
Bonaterra Craft Bar & Scratch Kitchen
Latin inspired grill and full bar. Open Tuesday-Saturday for dinner; serves lunch on Friday and Saturday. Located on Ram Cat Alley.
Brews on the Alley
Located on Ram Cat Alley. A craft beer and espresso bar with 20 rotating craft beers on draft and a coffee station serving pastries, lattes, frappes, smoothies, and more!
Cardamom Bake Shop
Previously known as Walnut Street Bakery, this bake shop specializes in cakes for every occasion. Including wedding cakes, birthdays, pies, cheesecakes, bars, cookies, pastries, vegan, and all sorts of sweet treats. (Closed Sunday & Monday)
Crown and Crest
This 4,000 square feet event space is open and airy. Located in historic downtown Seneca, this newly renovated building is perfect for weddings, intimate cocktail receptions, gatherings and sit down dinners. The space has a bridal suite and catering kitchen. Three luxury apartments are also available to rent.
Dear Rosie Boutique
Ladies clothing, accessories, gifts and novelty items in downtown Seneca. Shop in store or free online delivery. Store open Tuesday - Saturday.
Elements by Eastern Design
Mindfulness gift shop featuring products for health and wellness, meditation and spiritually conscious living. On Ram Cat Alley in downtown Seneca.
G’s Pizza House
Artisan pizzas, calzones, strombolis and salads. Beer and wine. Limited indoor seating; back porch has outside tables. Located in historic downtown Seneca. Open Monday - Wednesday for dinner; Thur - Saturday for lunch and dinner (closed Sunday).
Fun quirky gift shop on Ram Cat Alley selling unique finds with a focus on American made & Fair Trade!
Historic Ballenger House
Historic Ballenger House is an ideal venue for weddings, receptions, meetings, showers, parties and reunions. The house was built circa 1925. It is a designated site on the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor. Located in historic downtown Seneca, the house was deeded to the Seneca Woman’s Club to honor three family members who belonged to the philanthropic “Once a Week Club” that originated in 1896 and still meets today.
Hogs & Hops
Family owned restaurant at the end of Ram Cat Alley serving BBQ in unusual ways. Homemade specials and desserts too. Outdoor seating and customers are welcome to BYOB from neighbor Brews on the Alley. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11:00AM-8:00pm.
Keowee Brewing Company
Oconee County's first brewery! Beer garden, beer bar & brewery. HOURS Mon-Thurs 4-9pm, Fri 3-9pm, Sat. 11am-9pm, Sun 1-6pm
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Lunney Museum was built in 1909 by its original residents Dr. William James and Lillian Mason Lunney. The House is a 1909 Queen Anne style “California” bungalow with arts and crafts interior. The property features a carriage house and "two-seater" outhouse. The museum provides educational content focused on the history of Seneca, the Lunney Family/Home, and rural southern culture. THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
M. Tannery & Sons
Store on Ram Cat Alley with two floors and plenty of browsing opportunity. Antiques, vintage and new furnishings, art, architectural salvage, home accessories and gifts. They are a Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan Stockist.
Simply good food in a comfortable atmosphere. Menu features: sandwiches, wraps, soups, salads, vegetarian, homemade sides and yummy desserts. Open 7 days. Weekend breakfast served Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
This Tex-Mex bar and grill in downtown Seneca is under new management. Outdoor seating. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner.
Planes, Trains & Automobiles
The murals on Ram Cat Alley are the work of the artist and three art students from Seneca High School - Elijah Muzinski, Hunter Dye and Norah Mendoza. Creating the murals was a volunteer effort done beyond the classroom. The artist is extremely proud of the time, talent, and commitment these young students put into their work. The murals were done in conjunction with BRAC and the City of Seneca. Each mural is 4’ x 8’.
Postcards from Oconee
Three panels highlight aspects of Oconee County. 1) Paddle Oconee: A kayaker paddling Lake Jocassee. 2) Golf Oconee: The artist's father was an avid golfer; covered bridge is one which is on the golf course at Cross Creek. 3) Explore Oconee: A spot on The Foothills Trail known as ‘Girl Scout Point'. Bad Creek, Lake Jocassee and Lake Keowee are shown. The flowers on the lower left are ‘Oconee Bells’ and surrounding the image are the names of our four State Parks and The Foothills Trail.
Ram Cat Alley CATS mural series
A collection of 12 murals can be viewed along the covered walkway at Norton Thompson Park. They were inspired by the book Seneca Cats on the Alley written by Jane Fulton. Different local artists painted each mural.
Ram Cat Mural
Commissioned by Mary and Jason Tannery, this mural of bright, graphic shapes of color was as an attempt to lift the spirits of the community after the heartbreaking tornado of April 2020. Aerosol (64 cans!).
Redmond Boys & Cherry Street Marketplace
A glorified farmer's market with seasonal produce, cheese and fish market featuring Pike's Seafood. They also have a wide array of plants, pottery, yard decor and garden metal. Hours: Monday - Saturday 8:30am-6pm.
Rows and Roses
The only yarn shop this side of Easley, SC. Located in downtown Seneca, this is the place to find what you need for creating custom fiber projects. Crochet, knit, spin, dye, weave, patterns and classes.
Depicts some of the happenings that occur in Seneca along with the people who enjoy them. It is an interactive mural and invites viewers to become part of the painting.
Seneca Train Depot Circa 1950s
The mural depicts a typical day at the Seneca train depot circa 1950. There are (12) 4'x8' wood panels and the image was created in 2" grids. It is in sight of the actual depot and if you listen carefully, you can almost hear the train whistle of long ago. The artist wanted the train to be almost life-size. In working on this project, he came to notice how many trains actually pass through town, blowing their whistle which became inspiration.
Shipley’s Furniture Showcase & Interior Design
Located on Ram Cat Alley in downtown Seneca. Shipley's has multiple buildings and offers stylish furniture & superior service.
T & R Graphics
Personalized accessories and their own clothing brand. Variety of gift items too. Located on Walnut Street in downtown Seneca.
The Blue Ridge Arts Center
A membership-based organization offering shows, events, education and promotional opportunities to their members. Committed to "Bringing Art to the People and People to the Arts" with opportunities for artists to show their work in the gallery throughout the year
The Healthy Olive
Ram Cat Alley store selling flavored oils and vinegars to enhance the healthy and tasteful experience of your favorite foods. Add the EXTRA to the ordinary! Unique selection of gifts and home goods.
The Lofts On Townville
Boutique hotel above Papa Julios restaurant in the heart of historic downtown Seneca. Six seperate bedrooms with private bathrooms, luxury furnishings and 65" TVs. Shared common area with large dining table and sitting area with 85" TV.
The Nest-Bluebird Suite
Located in downtown Seneca close to the action on Ram Cat Alley. One of three luxury apartments above Crown & Crest event space. This studio suite has a king bed and sleeps 2.
The Red Door on Ram Cat Alley
This independently owned business specializes in lake decor, silk flowers and gift items.
The Spot on the Alley
Located on Ram Cat Alley. Serving burgers, sandwiches, pub food and alcoholic beverages. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
Upscale restaurant focused on creating fresh, delicious food that highlights local seasonal ingredients. Rotating menu features: fresh seafood, pasta delights, steaks & pork specialities, vegetarian options, and more. Small intimate place where reservations are recommended. Open Tuesday-Saturday 5-9PM.
Welcome to Seneca
Welcome to Seneca, SC! This mural features local history in the style of mid-century postcards. The cutout letters measure four feet by eight feet, with each panel depicting a different landmark or historical element of the Upstate city west of Clemson and east of Walhalla in Oconee County. This is a great photo-op and landmark attraction.
Ye Olde Sandwich Shoppe
Over 100 menu items! Voted best sandwiches and best dinner under $10 by readers of local paper. Serving locally raised Tokeena Angus Farms all natural Black Angus burgers, and Troyer deli meats and cheeses. Open for lunch and dinner Monday - Saturday (closed Sunday).