The fourth mural in as many years, this year’s butterfly-themed addition to what the organizers hope will become a public art corridor was designed by printmaker Sunny Mullarkey McGowan.
You already know who serves your favorite burger in town, whether it’s topped with bacon, avocado, some secret sauce, a sunny-side egg, or all of the above. But how about trying something new?
After discovering Princess Pamela’s cookbook in a vintage shop, the two Charleston cookbook authors and TV hosts (“Southern Uncovered with The Lee Bros.”) embarked on a quest to find the author. So far, all their efforts have been for naught.
In case you missed it, or just want to relive some of the weekend’s best moments, check out this slideshow by staff photographer Will Crooks.
From glassblowing to pottery, the demos had crowds enthralled, as did the street performers and musicians providing a lively soundtrack while festival goers browsed 135 artists’ tents.
The mural will take several months to complete and features Upstate landmarks and civic leaders. It will be visible to guests from their hotel rooms and patrons of the rooftop restaurant.
If you’ve sat on a spinning bar stool and felt the coolness of the marble countertop while chatting with the other regulars and employees, you’ll likely return for the unmatched ambiance and the feeling like you’ve traveled back in time.
The DRB takes issue with Diner 24 and the Grand Bohemian.
Writing a 208-page cookbook while opening a new restaurant wasn’t exactly something that Biscuit Head owners Carolyn and Jason Roy had planned to do, but the husband-and-wife team not only finished writing “Biscuit Head: New Southern Biscuits, Breakfasts, and Brunch,” they opened their third location of their popular Asheville-based chain in downtown Greenville’s South Ridge development within six months of each other.
If food is your artistic medium . . .
The Peace Center’s outdoor concert series, Rock the River, returns to the TD Stage this summer with a lineup of musical acts from reggae to indie rock and everything in between.
The TD Saturday Market presented by Greenville Health System has become a signature City event, providing farm-fresh produce, baked goods, meats, cheeses, seafood, and other specialty foods to downtown Greenville.
On the heels of its most successful season in 45 years, Carolina Ballet Theatre’s 2017-18 season announcement reflects the company’s continued effort to appeal to a wider demographic than the traditional dance community.
The sandwich spread that originated in the Upstate gets its own holiday
Henry’s owner Tiger O’Rourke, along with chefs Bo Wilder and Nicky Bolton, are launching a fine-dining, farm-to-table catering business called Pure Culinary Creations based on Wilder and Bolton’s backgrounds at Devereaux’s, which closed in 2013.