Recently, her work has transitioned to include the human figure. “The figure has always been present in my drawings and my sketchbooks,” she says. "But recently, I've gone through this big change of reintroducing the figure back into my work.”
The Anchorage restaurant at 586 Perry Ave. in the Village of West Greenville has been named one of 18 best restaurants in the world that doesn't require reservations by the inaugural World Restaurant Awards.
Chinese checkers and a tub of ice cream at grandma’s house: Those were the inspirations for chef Alex George’s new ice cream shop, Carol’s Ice Cream, that opened this summer…
Kids eat free at Sully's every Tuesday night, Junto Coffee is under construction, The Farehouse is hiring, GB&D has honey bees on the rooftop, and Table 301 restaurants are running Restaurant Week specials through Sunday.
A new art institute in The Village of West Greenville intersects art and vocation for a holistic approach to growth for young or aspiring local artists.
"We can't just put our head in the sand. That's why we are moving to capture more green space and build a new park on the west side."
The menu will mirror the format of the regular dinner service with nine selections and five sides. Choices will rotate weekly but will include mainstays such as a bison-pork belly burger on a house made wheat roll, churros with Mexican chocolate sauce, and a version of heuvos rancheros that’s both vegetarian and gluten-free.
Beginning this summer, residents in Alta Vista, West Greenville, Southernside and Hampton-Pinckney neighborhoods will be able to jump on a trolley to get around downtown and to some of the city’s most popular tourist attractions.
The place we call home — and many of the things that we love about it most.
Donations will be accepted, and GB&D and The Village Grind will be selling coffee and chef Alex George’s Instagram-famous gourmet donuts.
The 50-plus-seat restaurant will be shot-gun style similar in concept to a Chipotle or Moe’s, with the open kitchen and assembly line on the right, a chalkboard menu, a concrete bar with seating on the left, a few seats outward facing to the street and mezzanine-level seating.
Certainly we claim no responsibility for McPhee’s accomplished chef's resumé, or the amount of planning and work he and his crew have put in to rehab 586 Perry Ave., but as onlookers, and sometimes participants, we’ve been indirectly involved and invested in the process since its beginning.
Coastal Crust couldn't have picked a nicer January day for its first pop-up at the truck's future brick and mortar location.
GB&D opened in August in the Village of West Greenville as a lunch-only location, Tuesday-Friday from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., and over the last six months has gradually added in weekend brunches and Thursday Noodle Nights.
As long as inspections go as planned, The Anchorage, 586 Perry Ave., will officially open around New Year's Day to the public, Tuesday-Saturday, 5-10 p.m.