Starting Oct. 2 from 6 to 10 p.m., Greer Station will be hosting Dine on Trade every Friday evening in October. The event will feature live music, valet parking, extended hours from Greer Station retailers and food from a variety of restaurants.
In addition, the city of Greer will close Trade Street to allow for outdoor dining to extend into the streets.
“You’ll want to make plans right now for this exciting event,” said Greer Mayor Rick Danner. “I can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday night in October than Dine on Trade. Make reservations at one of the participating restaurants to dine on the newly completed Trade Street under the lights and stars.”
Participating restaurants include:
- Abbott’s Frozen Custard
- Barista Alley
- Blue Ridge Brewing
- Café Mazzitelli
- Cartwright Food Hall, which has not opened, but some of their vendors will participate
- Crate Restaurant & Wine Bar
- Los Portales
- Plate 108
- Sonny’s Grill
- Stomping Grounds
- The Bleu Porch in partnership with La Bouteille
- The Mason Jar
The first Dine on Trade will feature live music by Jacob Johnson. Other performers will be announced on the Greer Station website.
Joining the new food and music series is Greer Heritage Museum’s Greer Ghost Tours, which will coincide with Dine on Trade on Oct. 16, 23 and 30.
“We’re very excited to bring back the popular Greer Ghost Tours,” Greer Heritage Museum curator David Lovegrove said. “This year’s tour adds newly uncovered stories from the history of Greer, some of which haven’t been told for 100 years. Tours will be family-friendly and fun for all ages.”