Stella’s Southern Brasserie opened Tuesday at 340 Rocky Slope Road in the Hollingsworth Park Verdae development without much fanfare.
It can be a true pleasure to create a unique al fresco dining experience that goes beyond the mediocre sandwiches and potato chips using only ingredients available within walking distance of Main Street.
In a time of political and social unrest, the Greenville Jewish community is using food to bring us together.
The beloved Clemson bar is named one of the South’s Best.
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.
The brilliance of blackening seasoning is that it adds intense flavor that is also always complementary to the protein at hand. It somehow manages to be both the star of the show and the supporting cast.
Trivia nights are a fun excuse to grab a group of friends and get out on a weeknight — and, yes, also drink on a weeknight. Below are some of the bars and restaurants around town that regularly host them.
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.
Tapping into the region’s growing appreciation and love for tacos and good tequila, High Spirits Events is hosting the first Tacos n’ Tequila Fiesta in downtown Greenville presented by Lunazul 100% Agave Tequila.
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.
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.