In a time of political and social unrest, the Greenville Jewish community is using food to bring us together.
The restaurant chain, whose motto is “Eat Better. Feel Better,” is considered a healthier alternative to fast food.
The menu will be locally sourced, while the dining area will be sensory-inclusive and equipped with such features as soundproof booths, belted seats, adaptive seating and table heights for wheel chairs, and handicapped-accessible restrooms.
Bandwagon and The Hungry Fan Daina Falk have joined forces on a weekly recipe bracket challenge beginning March 5 and ending April 2 that will pit different healthy tail-gate recipes against each other.
Two stories above South Main Street, with a view of the Liberty Bridge, Jianna will open in the newly constructed Falls Park Place for dinner only at first, with weekend brunch beginning on March 18, and then lunch full time after Easter.
After more than a year, the restaurant, that will have the same straightforward, made-from-scratch, meat focus as the Greenville original, will open in the Lone Star State with bacon-loving Houston chef Joseph Zerwas at the helm.
The Roast + Toast will feature Elliott Moss from Asheville’s Buxton Hall Barbecue – Bon Appetit’s “Best Restaurant of 2016” and a James Beard Foundation “Best Chef: Southeast” semifinalist.
Written by Carol Barnett in 2008, “The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass” includes the five sections of a traditional mass (Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei) interspersed with ballads of personal expression, which will be sung by Rosemary Hughes, mezzo-soprano and director of music and arts at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church.
The menu will include burgers, sandwiches, and salads, and owner John Ko is adding 10 taps on the bar for local and popular brews.
The 7,200-square-foot venue was designed by Atlanta architect Keith Summerour to accommodate a wide range of events from small corporate meetings to sit-down dinners for 200 guests to wedding receptions for 400 guests.
Known in Charlotte as a breakfast and lunch spot, owner Stewart Penick says he hopes Terrace will be known in Greenville as a dinner destination as well.
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For only $11, Beyond Barrels’ bottle-aging staves can turn a bottle of lower-grade liquor into something worthy of the reserve label.
West End Grille got a complete interior update, while Nantucket Seafood amped up the wow factor with its new lighting by glass artist Ryan Gothrup of Mt. Juliet, Tenn., who is a featured artist at Artisphere.