The 2018 participating chefs with one and two star distinctions include Sean Gray of Momofuku Ko in New York City, Matthew Accarrino of SPQR in San Francisco, Brandon Jew of Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco, Karen and John Shields of Smyth in Chicago, and Vivien Durand of Prince Noir in Bordeaux, France.
“Rum has always been my soul mate. It’s where my heart is."
Yee-Haw Brewing Co.’s highly anticipated Greenville location in Key’s Court on McBee Avenue opened July 2, and before you head into the cycling-themed, family friendly taproom for lunch, dinner, and everything in between, here's what you need to know.
euphoria hits the road to bring Greenville's best to Atlanta and Birmingham, and there's no reason to be bored or hungry this summer with all the great food events around town.
Snack it up at the Husk Greenville bar, plan on breakfast at Tirado's Empanadas and More, dine al fresco at The Anchorage, and Yee-Haw Brewing Co. finally opens.
“Ultimately, it's all about balance and understanding that what we put into our bodies affects more than our weight - it affects our emotions, energy, sleep, performance, etc.,” founder Brenda Luginbill says. “I think people have a perception that healthy food doesn't taste good or has no flavor.”
More new restaurants are entering the market and already announced eateries are getting ready to open.
Going from four dining rooms and 1,000-cover brunch services at High Cotton in Charleston to the newly opened 99-seat neighborhood restaurant Fork & Plough...
If you walked into a bar and saw dozens of people playing board games, jamming on guitars, and periodically cheers-ing a round of shots, you’d be safe to assume most of those partaking shouldn’t be driving home at the end of the night, but not at The Kava Konnection.
It's frosé season, Sunflower Eatery opens in an office park, Tator Tot Tuesday is a go, and mark your calendars for the Southern Growl's Annual Goat Roast and a charcuterie class with cured meat expert Meredith Leigh.
Hartness Fresh Fridays kicks off, Tropical Smoothie Cafe gives customers a chance to pay it forward, euphoria grant applications are being accepted, and tickets for Tapas & Tinis are now available.
Westone at 109 W. Stone Ave. will have been in the works for about two years by the time the brewery, two new restaurants, and a coffee shop open this summer in the redevelopment project by Michael Fletcher and Pete Brett.
Pink on Pleasantburg serves up ice cream, Roost drops a new cocktail and dinner menu, and some highly anticipated restaurants are getting closer to opening.
The rare occurrence of six local restaurants, including Swamp Pizza, and local providers all coming together to serve dinner in one location was a result of their desire to support and raise funds for a common cause – the Sustainable Agriculture Certificate program at Greenville Technical College.
Chef Nick Graves takes on the Big Apple, Renegade Vittles pops up, Waitr delivers Liquid Highway coffee, and Yee-Haw Brewing Co. is about to open.