In magazines and websites, Greenville is often described as a slow-paced Southern city – an ideal place to do business, enjoy a slower-pace of life, perfect for retirement or raising a family. But despite our small-town feel, Greenville’s culinary star is rising, receiving accolades alongside top urban food destinations.
There’s never been a finer time to experience the food scene in the Upstate, with Restaurant Week Greenville ongoing through Jan. 20 at over 20 local restaurants and dining hotspots, including Soby’s, Larkin’s on the River, The Lazy Goat, Nose Dive, Pomegranate, Rick Erwin’s, American Grocery and more. During Restaurant Week, guests can partake in Greenville’s finest fare at a special discount price. From fine dining to casual, participating restaurants will feature special menu items, promotions and discounts. Diners can sample the city’s newest restaurants, dine at old favorites and taste a variety of exceptional dishes being prepared by chefs at a great value. Making reservations in advance is strongly suggested, as seats may fill up very quickly. Visit the website at www.RestaurantWeekGreenville.com to make reservations and learn more about the event. In addition, Greenville was recently included in voting by Southern Living for designation as one of the “South’s Tastiest Towns.” Citing our concentration of international business and inherent charm as catalysts for a refined food scene, the magazine lists Greenville alongside New Orleans, Charleston, Atlanta and other premier regional cities as a top food destination in the Southeast.