The funds are divided between nine recipients throughout South Carolina.
Windy City Burgers will open at 12 E. Coffee St. on June 28. Its menu includes 10 burgers and five specialty fries.
The venue is the largest single retail spot in downtown Greenville.
Greenville’s culinary scene has gained widespread acclaim over more than a decade, and much of the attention has been on downtown eateries. Many locals, however, are familiar with the outstanding…
The restaurant is located at 2801 Wade Hampton Blvd. in Taylors.
“If you sit at my bar you’re probably going to get a history lesson,” says well-known Greenville bartender Jeni Blyth.
“Seasons and weather create endless learning,” Danielle Pereira says. “It never becomes predictable. The fun of it is endless learning.”
The 5,400-square-foot street-front building on Trade Street features elevator access and upstairs event space, as well as seating for 84.
The new restaurant from the team behind The Anchorage delivers seafood classics with a flourish for presentation.
Organizers determined it needed a bigger space to fit this year’s participating bars and restaurants
Sean Hartness, CEO of Hartness Development, said the farm will grow along with the community.
Humble Crumb focuses on scratch-made Italian comfort food, with all pizza and bread dough made daily.
The keipi involves strangers sitting together, songs being sung, poetry being read — along with as many as 14 toasts to everything from life to love.
Any fermented beverage with an alcohol content above 0.0% is now considered alcohol by default.
The TD Saturday Market celebrates two decades of growing community connections.