Food & Wine has reported that James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock has left the Neighborhood Dining Group as of Aug. 1 but will remain as "founding chef and culinary advisor" to the Husk restaurants in Charleston, Nashville, Greenville, and Savannah.
Restaurant Week is upon us Pull out the stretchy pants — it’s Restaurant Week, Aug. 9-19. And prepare yourselves for the possibility of 10 straight...
Owners Anna and Matt Bowes have taken the original concept from small taproom at 6 S. Buncombe Road, Greer, to full restaurant in 2016, and now to the future 10,000-square-foot microbrewery and gastropub less than a quarter mile away at 155 N. Buncombe Road with a planned opening late spring 2019.
The beverage lineup available at Stone’s Point retail center, which is anchored by The Community Tap beer and wine bar, will get a little bit sweeter and more caffeinated this fall.
What did I even eat? To be clear, the small bites, such as tacos, sliders, meatballs, and a whole table of charcuterie and salad options...
Moe's Original Bar B Que opens at Westone; Village Grind settles into a new home; and there's a new butchery in town
The half-acre farm on Jason Tate’s residential property grows more than 200 varieties of the hottest of the hot peppers, including Carolina Reapers, 7 Pots, Bhuts, and Scotch Bonnets, that he ships all over the country and the world for use as much for culinary ingredients for hot sauces and salsas as they are for physical pranks and eating contests.
Due South Coffee Roasters opens at Hampton Station, another Bottle Cap Group restaurant closes its doors, and a friendly reminder to respect restaurant workers
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.