Certainly we claim no responsibility for McPhee’s accomplished chef’s resumé, or the amount of planning and work he and his crew have put in to rehab 586 Perry Ave., but as onlookers, and sometimes participants, we’ve been indirectly involved and invested in the process since its beginning.
For Greenville’s theater families, the stage ain’t nothing but a family thing.
Coastal Crust couldn’t have picked a nicer January day for its first pop-up at the truck’s future brick and mortar location.
The concept is simple: wood-fired 12-inch pizzas made from strictly local ingredients and local beer, soda and kombucha on tap, consumed outside on the patio.
GB&D opened in August in the Village of West Greenville as a lunch-only location, Tuesday-Friday from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., and over the last six months has gradually added in weekend brunches and Thursday Noodle Nights.
The roof-top restaurant overlooks the Reedy River with near-360-degree views of the city, and features outdoor fire pits, bottled craft cocktails, along with a Pacific Island-inspired menu using loads of local ingredients.
Titled “20 Restaurants Coming in 2017,” the photo story highlights the most anticipated restaurant openings in the country, not just South Carolina or even the Southeast, but the entire United States.
Good news if your New Year’s resolutions aren’t health related: “We aren’t afraid of the butter,” says Debbie Boyette, director of training, who has been making biscuits for Bojangles for 15 years.
From Euphoria, the people who bring us four days of food, wine and music in September, comes A Southern Remedy: Comfort Food, Booze & Blues, Feb. 23, 7-10 p.m., in the newly renovated Revel Event Center on Stone Avenue.
The Morin Foundation is one of 200 non-profits across the country to score a bottle from the Buffalo Trace Distillery (Frankfort, Ky.,) who donated rare bottles of bourbon dating back to 1980, 1982 and 1983 to help the non-profits raise money for their causes.
Diners … get ready to break out your debit cards. Restaurant Week is here. The twice-a-year foodie rest runs Jan. 12- 22 with more than 30 Greenville area restaurants offering special menus to diners. Most of the offers range from $25-35 for a three- or four-course dinner. Participants include American Grocery Restaurant, three Rick Erwin’s locations, the Table […]
The article titled “This surprising Deep South town is shedding its gritty past” straddles the line between actual reporting and opining on Greenville’s positive and and less-than-positive features as only the Post can do.
The winner receives a grab bag of prizes including $25 gift certificates to Bacon Bros. Public House, Stella’s Southern Bistro, Sunshine Cycle of Greenville, The Community Tap, ASADA, Brewery 85, a bag of Methodical Coffee and a $50 gift certificate to the Old Crow Barbershop.
Chef McPhee, an alum of Restaurant 17 and Husk Charleston, has created a small plate menu including vegetarian, gluten free and dinner for two options. McPhee’s dynamic menu plan features house-made charcuterie, bread and ice cream, as well as seasonal produce, fresh local proteins and innovative beverage pairings.
The original opening date of Jan. 4 was pushed out a week to give the kitchen and staff more time before the Main + Stone Greek restaurant opened to the public.