The wait is over.
Husk Greenville, from the Neighborhood Dining Group and James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock, will open Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 5 p.m. The restaurant, located at 722 S. Main St. in a renovated former grocery and department store, has been a highly anticipated addition to Greenville’s growing culinary scene.
Husk Greenville will showcase Brock’s unique spin on Southern cuisine by highlighting ingredients of the Upstate and relying heavily on a supply chain of local farmers.
In an interview with the Upstate Business Journal, Brock described his trademark philosophy of working with local farmers to inspire his menu as “the truest, most honest way of cooking.”
Chef Jon Buck, chef de cuisine of Husk Greenville, told UBJ that he and his team had already been working to establish relationships with Beechwood, Providence, Reedy River, Crescent, Greenbrier, Broken Oak, and Heritage farms, among others. The restaurant hopes to source specific crops and animal proteins from each farm.
Though Husk Greenville’s menu is not yet available online, Brock did confirm that a burger and fried chicken would be among the restaurant’s offerings. He also told UBJ that he was focusing on reviving Cherokee varieties of squash, corn, and beans and Appalachian crops like George Hill Rice.
Reservations for Husk Greenville are available via OpenTable or the restaurant’s website.
Husk Greenville Hours
Sunday–Thursday: 5-10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 5-11 p.m.
Beginning Dec. 4, 4:30 p.m. until close, seven days a week