The largest event of the night was The Greenville Kick-Off Party at the Old Cigar Warehouse, which drew hundreds of guests, including The Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore, and showcased only chefs whose cuisine can be found in Greenville.
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 days of dining out —…
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.
This is big tourism news. B.I.G.
Highlights included Husk’s pine rosin potatoes with cultured cream and southern caviar, which chefs Sean Brock and Jon Buck prepared amid a swarm of onlookers and photographers.
Brock will participate in Thursday night's Greenville Kick-Off Party.
For Upstate foodies, there are few restaurant openings that are as eagerly anticipated as Husk Greenville at 722-724 South Main St., the Upstate outpost of the celebrated Charleston eatery. Husk is the creative Southern ingredients-only experiment from James Beard and Emmy award-winning chef Sean Brock ("The Mind of a Chef"). However, the South Main Husk will not open this fall as owners originally intended.
When Greg McPhee's The Anchorage opens its doors many moons from now in the Village, diners will discover that the one-time Highway 17 chef will have an unlikely star front and center at his restaurant: vegetables.