Greenville has plenty of hotels available for vacationers and business travelers, but the area also has options for those trippers seeking a home away from home that is actually a home.
A $125,000 grant from the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism will help transform the cafeteria into a performing arts hall.
Seventeen local restaurants will serve a family brunch from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Main Street between East Court Street and Broad Street with 100 percent of the proceeds donated to the American Red Cross.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office would not disclose which restaurants received letters because the investigation is open. We tracked down two.
For Lisa Davis, David Kulikowski, and Karis Peake, the Greenville area has long lacked a niche for purveyors of vintage and antique items, producers of handcrafted and repurposed goods, and artisans to meet in one space.
The Latin American restaurant ASADA will hold a special event, “Noche Latina,” on Saturday, June 10th.
Starting June 8, Whiskey Honeysuckle Girl will be available at the Dark Corner Distillery.
After more than a year, the restaurant, that will have the same straightforward, made-from-scratch, meat focus as the Greenville original, will open in the Lone Star State with bacon-loving Houston chef Joseph Zerwas at the helm.
Spartanburg businessmen Josh Dodson and Jonathan Duke have received federal permits for their New Groove Artisan Brewery at 4078 Highway 9 in Boiling Springs.
The menu will include burgers, sandwiches, and salads, and owner John Ko is adding 10 taps on the bar for local and popular brews.
The 7,200-square-foot venue was designed by Atlanta architect Keith Summerour to accommodate a wide range of events from small corporate meetings to sit-down dinners for 200 guests to wedding receptions for 400 guests.
Spartanburg chef William Cribb is going back to his roots with a new restaurant The Kennedy he plans to open this summer with his partner Raj Patel in the former Renato’s restaurant space at 221 E. Kennedy St. in downtown.
Denny’s President and CEO John Miller said customers helped the family-dining chain set a new benchmark during its 2016 fundraiser and bring its six-year total to $4.3 million in support of the campaign that seeks to end childhood hunger in America.
Construction workers were busy Monday building out the1,620-square-foot space at Hillcrest shopping center that will house the new eatery owned and operated by franchisee Arthur Francis “A.F.” Rodgers IV.
T-shirts and other apparel have long been a medium used to display one’s personality, interests, and passions, but high-quality city-focused apparel is a niche that is just beginning to take off.