euphoria has become a recruitment tool for Greenville’s culinary scene — and for Greenville as a whole.
Here’s a list of some of the festivals happening around Greenville County.
Tables of eight are encouraged. Each seat is $130. Urban Wren executive chef Taylor Montgomery will prepare the meals and wine pairings.
The new coffee shop, which will be the second Bridge City Coffee location, will take over the former site of a CITGO gas station on Pendleton Street.
Several farms within a short drive of Greenville sell everything from fresh strawberries to goat cheese to fresh pork and lamb.
The Greenville Journal talked to Baileigh Wilson about her favorite cocktails and what she likes most about her job.
Urban Wren will host a series of monthly wine tasting masterclasses starting Sept. 9.
The board will work together to develop policy solutions to fight food insecurity in the county.
“Top Coffee” creator, Marc Pagliuca, came up with the concept for the series because, he says, he really, really enjoys coffee.
In the wake of World War II, Greenville’s mills continued growing and thriving.
These food trucks are sure to fuel your appetite.
Six Greenville County culinary students participated in an inaugural Apprenticeship Signing Ceremony on Aug. 26 with Table 301.
Slow Food Upstate seeks to educate the community about the benefits of good food — good for us, good for the environment, good for the people who grow it.
"@keeppushingchef" couldn’t be a more appropriate social media handle for Urban Wren executive chef Taylor Montgomery.
Hydroponics farming offers a wide range of control that traditional farming does not.