Established in 1831 and originally known as Earlesville, Landrum is a small city in northwestern Spartanburg County with a current population of two and a half thousand residents. The town experienced a boom in 1970 when gold was discovered near Landrum just over the North Carolina state line. These days residents enjoy beautiful vistas with a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and relish living in a small-town that's close enough to Spartanburg for an easy commute.
Landrum offers many unique eateries such as Zenzera Coffee & Wine Bar, The Hare and Hound Irish Restaurant, and Southside Smokehouse & Grille. Many interesting shops are in the Main Street area as well including Foothills Amish Furniture and the seasonal farmer's market.
If you're looking a small city with a lot of arts and dining options Landrum might be the place for you.
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