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Founded on the simple concept of using only the finest organic and fresh ingredients prepared in the tradition of Northern Italy, France and the Mediterranean.
Inky’s came to life on June 2, 2015, by Bill Sickman along with his daughters Stacey Desrosiers and Jamie Niespodziani.
As the only vegetarian Indian restaurant in Greenville, SWAD specializes in fresh, vegetarian Indian food made to order.
Did you ever find a special place that you wanted to keep secret?
Just outside the sultry heat of Greenville, tucked among shady pecan trees and green pastures, is the oasis of City Scape Winery.
Food is a language we all know how to speak. OJ's Diner is remarkable because it has a power that pulls people and cultures together.
It's time to grab your vegetarian/vegan friend and go out to lunch!
Happy Cow milk has been called "The Best" in the Upstate.
It’s eleven o’clock at night. You’re finally free from a taxing and drawn-out work shift. You feel your stomach clawing itself for some grub.
Gina Petti and Roberto Cortez infused their passion for food and culture into a deliciously thriving restaurant right here in the Upstate.
At the main entrance to the North Main Community, nestled behind popular Stone Avenue businesses lies a sweet little gem disguised as an average convenience store.
While most of Greenville is still sleeping, the Namouz family is up early. Doing what? Baking 1000 pieces of fresh pita bread (daily!) and freshly preparing all of the delicacies we have come to expect and even crave.
The Anchorage bar is home to three inventive and meticulous mixologists creating what might be Greenville's best cocktails.
The food truck revolution is relatively new to Greenville
Neighborhood Coffee Shop and Tap Room
“It’s a family business.”
Greenville has a lot of fantastic places to wine and dine.... here's our 2016 favorites.
La Costeña might blend in but it's anything but ordinary.
Dora and Miguel Morales opened Pereira Bakery after moving to Greenville from New York eight years ago.
If you look carefully enough, you might find Snack Works, discreetly situated across the street from bustling Falls Park.
During the winter months, the cold and snow makes food scarce for the birds. They migrate south in order to survive, live, and find a home.
With an expected half a million visitors converging on Greenville this weekend, here's a list of local Off the Grid Gems that offer you some extra elbow room. Shhhhhhh.....
An authentic treat right in the heart of Downtown Greenville.
A commercial artisan bakery specializing in wedding cakes and desserts.
Taste a bit of South Carolina's history. And like fine wine, it takes time to perfect.
Craft Beer and Curated Wine
Enjoyed Here or To-Go
Yep, even in the south you can find the "real deal" when it comes to Vietnamese food. Mekong is just that.
This yearly event is a great opportunity to experience Greenville's culinary scene.
Salsa under the stars anyone?
In the words of Allen McCalla, executive artistic director for Hairspray, “This show is a whole lot of bubbly, wonderful fun but at the same time it has a fantastic message."
The Pickens County Flea Market AND Pickens Bargain Exchange Flea Market have been a staple in the Pickens community for almost 35 years.
Greenbrier Farms offers a mid-week rest.
Spring is prime GLAMPing weather in the Upstate.
While Greenville has become nationally known for the Arts and restaurants, the music scene has stayed Off The Grid for some time.
Welcome to the first annual Off The Grid Bathroom Superlatives.
How did Peter begin to fly? Why the crocodile with the ticking clock? What happened to Captain Hook’s hand?
In its fourth year, the Greenville Craft Beer Festival (GCBF) at Fluor Field has taken its place as one of the premiere Craft Beer Festivals in Greenville year after year.
Taylors Mill's Fall Festival was a feel-good celebration of local music, local food, and local artisans.
The Skunk Farm is a unique music and camping venue in Upstate, South Carolina.
TimTv and The Secret Cirkus
Exploring Infinite Mysteries...
The Hospitable Cat (HC) is a local concert series created by Daniel McCord.
"Yarn bombing kniffiti, urban knitting or graffiti knitting is a type of graffiti or street art that employs colorful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn or fiber rather than paint or chalk."
The Annual May Greek Festival
Meet Jeff Zaglin. Most folks know him as the fun loving, Greenville Native who owns Greenville's beloved Army Store.
Meet Mr. Oliver Earle, a South Carolina Certified urban farmer.
Liz Daly is an original. Many consider her a cultural cornerstone in Greenville.
Once a Marine, Always a Marine
I’ll be a marine till the day I die.
I’m motivated and SEMPER FI!
“I’ve always loved being on stage. I think I was born loving it.”
Meet Jeff, Joan and Jackie Soladay,
the family behind Shindig Furnishings.
Meet Adam, owner and founder of Adam’s Mobile Market.
Greenville has it’s very own “most interesting man”. Meet David Roop, owner and founder of local salon He & Me.
Jen has five dogs. Moose, Bramble and Lulubell are her three labs who keep her balanced and energized.
Meet Mathew Marko, a motorcycling-skydiving-scuba diving-carpenter-home chef-former actor who is eager to serve the Greenville community and be friendly to all.
It’s All About the Paella.
The New Face of Greenville
Meet the incredibly beautiful and talented Katie Cotton.
Unique Custom Design completely from scratch.
Meet Mary Yau, AKA "Mary Dumpling"