The Kava Konnection co-owner Gabriel Coggins recently won the 2018 Young Entrepreneur of the Year award presented by CommunityWorks and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.
The grocery chain plans to hire about 150 employees locally.
Seven of the eight available spaces at the nearly completed Westone development at 109 W. Stone Ave. are leased, and the new brewery, restaurants, and retail locations will begin opening by the end of June, barring unforeseen delays.
Classic American apparel retailer J.McLaughlin, established in 1977 in Manhattan and now has more than 100 stores in more than 20 states, will be the next tenant at 207 N. Main St., downtown Greenville.
11.11 Training, a Greenville-based soccer training business for aspiring female players founded by former collegiate and professional stars India Trotter and Blakely Mattern, is experiencing substantial growth.
Nearly a dozen retailers have signed leases for space along Pendleton Street.
Rather than bringing in an already established complementary concept, Yee-Haw has chosen to create its own restaurant they’re calling Eats at Yee-Haw that will offer a full menu of elevated bar food designed to pair with the 20 or so beers on tap.
Additional concepts from HenDough's owners include Mercado Cantina, KO Burger, and Al Taglio.
Heather Williams of Simpsonville was one of just a handful of shoppers browsing the shelves of the Greenville Toys R Us at 1025 Woodruff Road one recent Wednesday.
The Village Grind is moving from its location across the street to a redeveloped portion of the former Mutual Home Store of Greenville, allowing GB&D, to expand into the small coffee shop space, while chef and owner Alex George also opens a new ice cream concept, Carol's, next to the new coffee shop location.
Malcom and Lexie Garrison, owners of Spartanburg’s former HenHouse Brunch restaurant, have developed a tasty lineup of dishes to complement the Silo’s dinner offering.
The newly announced Southern Bleachery development in front of what is known as Taylors Mill will be the new home for the festival in a redeveloped warehouse designed specifically by the developer, Lawrence Black, with Indie Craft Parade in mind.
The roughly 2,000-square-foot space at 17 Mohawk Drive is designed for families with seating for 67 inside and as many as the outdoor patio can hold and interaction with the staff, all of whom are fully visible thanks to a completely open kitchen. Delivery will be available within a three-five-mile radius, at this point.
When the team at Crawford Strategy was tasked with branding North Myrtle Beach, they had a unique challenge of ensuring that the destination was recognized as a separate entity from Myrtle Beach.
Headquartered at 364 S. Pine St. in Spartanburg, Hub City Delivery has completed more than 140,000 deliveries and generated more than $2 million in sales for the local dining industry.