Planners said FR8 Yard, a beer garden planned for a vacant lot at 125 E. Main St. in downtown Spartanburg, will be on par with similar concepts in Austin, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Wisconsin-based pizza concept now looking for franchisees to open up to 10 stores in the Greenville, Spartanburg and Clemson areas during the next few years.
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.
Beginning Monday, the Cancer Survivors Park boardwalk will be closed for approximately seven weeks to facilitate the ongoing construction of the Cancer Survivors Park. During the temporary closure, trail users can access Falls Park via Cleveland Street and Camperdown Way.
The park has since gotten the attention of the Tony Hawk Foundation and the Street League Skateboard Foundation, whose executive director, Josh Friedman, will be leading the 2020 Olympic effort for the United States.
The first phase of Greenville’s new signature park planned on the west side could cost $10.9 million and road work and bridges to make the park more accessible to neighborhood residents and downtown visitors could cost an additional $7.9 million, according to the Columbus, Ohio-based consulting firm hired by the city.
Track star Sandi Morris may have snagged silver at 2016’s Rio Olympics, and she might be on record as the third-highest height in pole-vault history. But deep down, this track-and-field champ is just a laidback Greenville girl with a wealth of talent and a golden dream.
When Eagle Scout John Claffey celebrated his 18th birthday on Dec. 14, he also received a big honor – one that only two other people in South Carolina have earned in the past 106 years.
A rare Civil War artifact was donated this week to the Museum and Library of Confederate History in Greenville. The item is an 1855 engraved British cavalry saber gifted more than 150 years ago as a presentation sword to Confederate General John Hunt Morgan from his men. Will Hines, 23, a recent graduate of Clemson […]