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|What’s Happening in Greenville?|
Got all things planned for this week? Don’t miss to include a day out or two with your family or friends. There are plenty of things to do in Greenville and they come in all flavors – concerts, plays, outdoor entertainment and more. Start your week off with a bang with our pick of the best happenings in Greenville this week.
|Oct 9, Mon 5 PM
Oktoberfest Community Dinner
Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery
|Oct 9, Mon 7:30 PM
Exhibition: “Victoria Wyeth: My Andy”
Bon Secours Wellness Arena
|Oct 10, Tue, 6 PM
Greenville DOWNTOWN Line Dance
Sears Recreation Center
|Oct 10, Tue, 7:30 PM
In the cabin at McPherson Park
|Oct 11, Wed, 7:30 PM
The James Hunter Six
|Oct 11, Wed, 7 PM
M Judson Booksellers & Storytellers
|Oct 12, Thu, 7 PM
|Oct 12, Thu, 7:30 PM
Alchemy Improv Shows
|Oct 13 Fri, 6 PM
Upcountry Provisions Bakery & Bistro
|Oct 13, Fri, 5 PM
Fall for Greenville
|Oct 14, Sat, 9 AM
Bob Jones University
|Oct 14, Sat, 11 AM
Fall for Greenville
|Oct 15, Sun, 3 PM
|Oct 15, Sun, 12 PM
Fall for Greenville
|Foodie Destination of the Week|
The restaurant scene in Greenville has exploded off the past decade with new restaurants springing up here and there. Downtown Greenville alone has brought an array of tasty cuisines to pick from which makes it a great place for anyone who wants to try different culinary experiences. This week, we’ll highlight one of the best places to dine and experience Greenville’s gastronomic delights.
Stella’s Southern Brasserie
If you’re urging for some French food, let us point you in the direction of Greenville’s newest French inspired restaurant – Stella’s Southern Brasserie. The name may ring a bell because the owner of this restaurant also owns one of the popular restaurants in Simpsonville – Stella’s Bistro.
So what’s special about Brasserie? They offer classic French dishes with a Southern twist. Stella’s Southern Brasserie’s menu will bring gastronomic pleasures of French classics like coq au vin, mussels, frites, duck, and French onion soup fused with Southern flavor. A must try is their Brasserie BLT or the Croque Madame with a side of the Heirloom Tomato Panzanella.
The restaurant is tucked away in the new Verdae neighborhood, overlooking Legacy Park. Excellent service ramps up the desirability and the experience is more than worth the expense. If you can’t make it for brunch, it’s definitely worth visiting at night and enjoy some of the most inventive cocktails in Greenville.
Address: 340 Rocky Slope Road, Greenville, SC 29607
Hours: Tue-Thu 7:30 am – 9:30 pm, Fri 7:30 am – 10:30 pm, Sat 10:30 am – 10:30 pm, Sun 10:30 am – 3 pm
Price Range: $11-30
|Fall for Greenville Highlights|
The Largest Food and Music Festival in the Upstate SC is Here!!!
Get ready for free concerts set on 6 different stages, 47 food vendors, 6 interactive mobile tours, kid’s area, culinary demonstrations, and competitions. These are some of the highlights of BB&T Fall for Greenville 2017 on Oct. 13-15.
If you are not from Greenville and you are looking for an excuse to visit Greenville this fall, here is your reason. The festival kicks off Oct 12 at 6:30 pm with a free pre-event concert at the Peace Center Stage. A smorgasbord of American blues, funk, and soul will grace the stages set along Main Street. Bands on the lineup include Mike Freund Band, Snopes Family Band, Honey Smoke, Dangermuffin, and 246 Army Band. The organizers have put together a Spotify playlist for the festival, and you can stream it below:
Come hungry and thirsty to take advantage of the Fall for Greenville’s myriad of food and beverage offerings, including wine and craft beer. Enjoy tasting some of the best craft brews at Carolina Ale House Beer Garden and some of the best wines at the Windstream Wine Garden. Sample amazing culinary treats at any of the 47 line up of food vendors!
Hone your culinary expertise by watching local chefs showcase their skills, chefs demonstrating culinary expertise include Chef Courtney McKnight with Plate 108, Chefs Mark Pollard, Daniel Lopez, and Jeff “Rhino” Bannister.
There will also be family-friendly activities for kids of all ages. Fall for Greenville Kid’s area is located on East Broad Street. Rides and activities include festival wheel, Kid’s Town Fun House, Merry-go-round, Rock wall tree house, and Up and down helicopter ride.
There is free parking available located at the Broad Street Garage and County Square. Purchase your Taste Tickets for $5 to use for food, drinks, merchandise, and kids’ area ride. Taste tickets are the only currency accepted at the 47 food vendors. Pre-purchase them online through Oct 11. Taste Tickets are also available at multiple locations throughout the festival.
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