The Rock House Antiques was named winner of the Lights on Augusta Christmas decoration contest on Augusta Road.
Thyme and Play restaurant concept to cater to those with cognitive, physical and mental disabilities
Chef Eva Vega is proposing a new restaurant concept, Thyme and Play, which will be sensory-friendly and inviting to anyone with mental, physical or cognitive disabilities.
This February, The Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International (HSMAI) will honor VisitGreenvilleSC with 11 Adrian awards at the 59th annual HSMAI Adrian Awards Gala in New York City. VisitGreenvilleSC is the tourism and economic development organization behind the Yeah, THAT Greenville campaign.
The Beaded Frog, a jewelry and beading supply store, is closing in Greenville in March due to rising rents on Main Street, according to owner Heidi Woody.
After plans for a boutique bowling alley and entertainment venue from Charleston-based The Alley were put on hold, developer Ron Rallis found a new tenant with new plans for the property.
Atlanta-based Tin Lizzy’s Cantina is expanding to Greenville with a new 5,000-square-foot restaurant planned to open in April at Magnolia Park on Woodruff Road.
The month of January is not often punctuated by packed social calendars after the busy holiday season, but Greenville Restaurant Week wants to make a date with Upstate diners.
Shipt, an on-demand grocery delivery service, announced that it will expand its service to Greenville beginning on Jan. 7, 2016.
As Greenville’s art scene continues to grow, the area’s first lifestyle hotel is embracing the local art community.