BB&T Fall for Greenville is essentially an opportunity to dine al fresco at 49 restaurants with 60,000 of your closest friends.
That prospect could seem simultaneously exhilarating and daunting.
While the three-day festival, held Oct. 12-14 along Greenville’s Main Street, offers an ample amount of time to hit all of them, chances are your budget might not. Tickets are $5 for a sheet of 10 and are the only currency accepted for food and beverages, so there can be a bit of a strategy involved in using them as judiciously as possible.
To help with that, here’s a sample of offerings to give you an idea of types of food and ticket costs. Additionally, this year’s lineup includes some of the newer restaurants in town, so if you haven’t gotten to enjoy their menus yet, now’s your chance.
- Nutella (açai bowl) — 10 tickets
- Downtown (açai bowl) — 10 tickets
- Flu Shot juice — 5 tickets
- Crimson smoothie — 5 tickets
Crêpe du Jour
- Chicken and mushroom crepe — 10 tickets
- Ham and cheese crepe — 10 tickets
- Almond cream with strawberry coulis crepe — 8 tickets
- Banana Nutella crepe — 8 tickets
- Pulled pork rillette — 9 tickets
- Pimento cheese — 8 tickets
- Sweet corn relish — 7 tickets
- Barbecue corn nuts — 5 tickets
- Pickled veggies — 5 tickets
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
- Ahi tuna tartare — 10 tickets
- Baked Chesapeake-style crab cake — 10 tickets
- Vienna Red Lager braised pulled pork slider — 8 tickets
Le Petit Croissant
- Parisian sandwich — 10 tickets
- Raspberry chocolate ice cream sandwich — 10 tickets
- Coconut macaroons — 8 tickets
- Plain croissant — 8 tickets
- Almond croissant — 8 tickets
- Mini 70% chocolate bar — 5 tickets
- Baked ziti — 10 tickets
- Meatballs — 8 tickets
- Antipasto skewer — 7 tickets
- Lemon almond torta — 7 tickets