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Where are they now? Some restaurants announced in 2018 are still...

We announced more than a dozen restaurants that were slated to open in 2018, and while many of them did, some are still in progress and others didn't make the cut.

2019’s most highly anticipated restaurants

The focus is off of downtown proper for many of the most anticipated restaurants and breweries planned to open in 2019: look for The Burrow on Augusta Road, HabiTap off of Woodruff, along with many more concepts opening by Summer 2019.

Small Plates with Ariel Turner

. . . And World Piece We’re probably all wishing for the elusive peace on earth this holiday season, but at least we’ll have World...

Exchange Co. coffee bar and bake shop provides community for adoptive...

Exchange Co. coffee bar and bake shop at 110 S. Main St. Simpsonville is one of those hidden gems of the greater Greenville community...

New 12-acre Laurens Road development snags Home Team BBQ and a...

Holland Park, a new 12-acre mixed-use development at 813 Laurens Road, will break ground early 2019, bringing nationally recognized and low-country favorite Home Team BBQ to Greenville; a new local brewery concept, Double Stamp Brewery; a half-acre of shaded planned green space; and more than 18,000 square feet of additional office, retail, and restaurants.

Small Plates with Ariel Turner

How ‘bout D’s Nuts Yes, the the gluten-free, sugar-free, vegan-friendly doughnuts from Farm Fresh Fast have been branded “D’s Nuts.” (Go ahead and take a...

el Thrifty receives liquor license, rolls out full beverage program Dec....

We've got your happy hour plans today and maybe for the foreseeable future.

Mobile Meltdown food truck serves hand-held comfort food

Soft white bread and Kraft yellow American singles are the ingredients of childhood memories. Add butter and heat, and those simple components become a grilled...

New book from Clemson professor busts the ‘five-second rule,’ dishes on...

Germaphobes, this one’s for you. And maybe it should be for the rest of us heading to holiday dinners in the next few weeks.

Small Plates with Ariel Turner

Former Bacon Bros. Public House chef de cuisine Brian Young has landed a spot on season 16 of Bravo TV's popular "Top Chef" show; Swamp Rabbit Cafe hosts two "Pie Nights"; and The Pasta Addict has snagged the last spot at Gather GVL.

Bobby’s BBQ opens with plenty of faith, family, and comfort food

“Our goal is to build community. With everything going on with the world, I try to change the world, but that’s not my job. I just try to make the world a better place, one sandwich at a time. So when you walk in here, leave all that out there,” owner Tay Nelson says.

Small Plates with Ariel Turner

Bubbles & BBQ Really, what more could you want? On Dec. 4, Fork & Plough, the new Overbrook neighborhood restaurant at 1629 E. North St.,...

Small plates with Ariel Turner

Tiger Town pizza in GVL All you Clemson alumni can finally get that post-game pizza fix in Greenville. Todaro Pizza Greenville officially opened in Markley...

Captured: Greenbrier Farms’ 5th annual Campfire Social Charity Event

Greenbrier Farms’ recent fifth annual Campfire Social Charity Event featured cuisine from some of the Upstate and Southeastern regions’ best chefs to raise funds...

Woodside Bistro to open in early 2019 in City View neighborhood

If all goes as planned, Woodside Bistro will open in early 2019 at 1112 Woodside Ave. in City View, the area between Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery and the Woodside Cotton Mill Historic District.

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