“Fried chicken is quick and easy to serve,” Travis Armour said, “and obviously it goes really well with beer.”
Mike Hart, owner of Taco Casa, has operated the old school taco house for over 34 years.
The Donut Experiment Greenville will be closing its doors on Nov. 9 with almost everything going on sale.
Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin claimed that Columbia's total restaurant count in The Vista and along Main Street currently exceeded the number on Greenville's Main Street.
The wait is over. Husk Greenville, from the Neighborhood Dining Group and James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock, will open Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 5 p.m.
The current state of pizza in Greenville has leaned toward the trendy side of pizza: wood ovens, classical Neapolitan-style, and hip toppings that seem as if they belong nowhere near a pizza crust.
It seems like every few days, there’s an announcement about a new restaurant opening in the Upstate. But maintaining a successful restaurant in a crowded market is difficult. With so many different eateries coming and going, it’s inevitable that some of your favorites have closed over the years. Here is our by-no-means-scientific list of some of Greenville’s most dearly departed restaurants.
McDaniel and a representative from Remy Martin, a French firm that produces cognac, plan to offer a white, milk, and dark chocolate to complement three liqueurs: Remy Martin 1738, Cointreau, and Cointreau Noir.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that here in the South, tailgating on football Saturdays is serious business.
Trivia nights are a fun excuse to grab a group of friends and get out on a weeknight — and, yes, also drink on a weeknight. Below are some of the bars and restaurants around town that regularly host them.
For those who didn’t book a reservation last month and are now considering an array of options, the Greenville Journal has put together a comprehensive dining guide for Valentine’s Day.
Table 301 restaurant group is gearing up for Valentine’s Day.
Food, drinks and desserts were abound at Euphoria's Feast by the Field.
Food trucks and vendors set up camp on the outfield of Fluor Field for Euphoria's Traffic Jam.
Euphoria’s Saturday morning “Brews and Biscuits” class at PMC Commercial Interiors featured Brian Cendrowski of Greenville’s Fireforge Crafted Beer, Don Richardson of Greenville’s Quest Brewing Co. and Ethan Fixell, a certified cicerone from New York City.