Restaurant Week South Carolina, the 11-day celebration of the state’s diverse restaurant scene, is underway and continues until Jan. 17.
Food & Restaurants
Looking for good places to eat? We show you some great food and restaurants in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens counties. May be you’ll find your new favorite place!
If you’ve been to a wedding, a funeral, bridal or baby shower, church function or some sort of social gathering in Anderson, chances are you’ve sampled Diane Leary’s famous pimento cheese. Leary hopes Anderson’s new kitchen incubator will help her market it to the public.
Explore the benefits of oil & vinegar during free online presentation by Upstate International on Jan. 5
Learn about the production methods, health benefits, care and uses of oils and vinegars when Upstate International Women’s Group presents Exploring the World of Oil & Vinegar, a free online seminar, on Tues., Jan. 5, at 10 a.m.
With residential and commercial development humming along nicely, city officials in Simpsonville are emphasizing the importance of a vibrant downtown in one of state’s fastest growing cities.
Food truck owners, cottage bakers and other up-and-coming food retailers will have a pathway to start and grow a business when the City of Anderson opens its shared kitchen space next fall.
It started as a healthy snack for Hill family hikes, then it became a food truck. Now, Berry Hill Blends has a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Greer serving açaí bowls.
Rita Mitchell of Anderson is headed to Bob Burnett’s Appliance & Bedding Center in Spartanburg to claim her $500 gift certificate as the grand prize winner in the Carolina Eats Holiday Homestyle Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles.
Kyle Burnett of Chesnee is a finalist in the Carolina Eats Holiday Homestyle Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles with his No Bake Lemon Cheescake with Fruit Topping.