It’s been 22 years since Mable Clarke held her first fish fry to benefit Soapstone Baptist Church in Pickens County and this Saturday, October 16, will mark her last.
During October, you can support a great cause while enjoying delicious desserts during Asada Restaurant’s pop-up bakery benefiting the culinary school at Project Host in Greenville.
Restaurant Week South Carolina is underway, giving you the chance to take a culinary tour of more than 50 participating eating establishments in Greenville, Spartanburg, Simpsonville and Travelers Rest.
Bon Appetit calls shaved snow the “fluffiest, most delightful frozen dessert there is” and now you can find it right here in the Upstate. With locations in Anderson and Powdersville, Vampire Penguin Dessert Shop offers a full complement of shaved snow flavors.
Kathy Stone has owned The Gray House in Starr for almost 33 years and has grown the rural restaurant into a dining destination, a bed and breakfast and a sought-after site for weddings and special events.
Food, Ferris wheels, farm fun and more are on tap this weekend around the Upstate. Here’s a sampling of things to do for all ages and interests.
From local food lovers to a former U.S. president, the Beacon Drive-In in Spartanburg has been feeding people a-plenty since 1946. The Beacon celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2021, but other than a move and three expansions, not a lot has changed at the local landmark.
Known far and wide as the best sausage you’ll ever eat, Mike McCall’s mild, medium and hot selections have a fan base that stretches across the Carolinas and Georgia and reaches as far as Louisiana and Texas.