The restaurant and its husband-and-wife owners Tay and Sarah Nelson have just made their national television debut on the Tamrom Hall Show.
High Spirits Events will host the second annual Greenville Venue Crawl Feb. 28 from noon to 6 p.m. During the event, participants may explore more than 13 venues across Greenville,…
Southernside Brewing Co. is now open for business in the former El Thrifty spot right off the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail.
There's plenty of places in Greenville to get your French toast fix. Here’s a look at six of our favorites.
“We’d begun talks several months back, in the middle of COVID, and to be honest we really weren’t in a position to bring on any additional leadership,” Erwin said.
“We really lucked out finding this piece of land,” says Eric Poovey, Hotel Domestique general manager.
“Ken and I are creative types,” said Austyn McGroarty, who operates Woodside Bistro at 1112 Woodside Ave. with co-owner Ken Frazier.
“They sent me a text and ended up calling me, told me I’ve got like tens of thousands of views on TikTok,” Allmond said. “I said, ‘TikTok? What’re you talking about?’”
Written by Greenville nephrologist Dr. Blake Shusterman, the book is the culmination of Shusterman’s passions: kidney health and how food can impact kidney health.
In any language — and in Greenville’s robust ethnic-food scene — Christmas serves up a world of tasty delights.
“Who doesn’t love nachos and cocktails?” asks Richard King, co-owner of both Greenville White Duck Taco Shop locations. After years of riffing on the menu, using taco ingredients to make…
It was also a year when regulars showed what it means to truly support a business, and when the value of a community showed its true colors.
The Anchorage was approached by an anonymous donor with a gift of $50,000 to aid Greenville restaurants while COVID-19 was shuttering dining rooms last spring.
As competition grew and tastes changed, a 19-year tradition of dining at Seven Oaks ended in early 2002.
“Food is such a great conduit because everybody eats,” says Terry. “I think people are more comfortable with food. Maybe you’re not comfortable taking tincture or smoking flowers, but you’re comfortable with eating good food.”