Auro Hotels has hired Jonathan Brashier as general manager for Greenville’s new, dual-branded hotel, Residence Inn/SpringHill Suites. Brashier brings more than 20 years of...
The Lost Cajun has taken over the lease at 116 N. Main St., Greenville, from Wu’s Cajun Sea Food that closed in July and plans to open its second Greenville location within 60 days.
Bridge City Coffee, the third new Greenville coffee shop to be announced in the last month, won’t be just your regular coffee stop once it opens later this fall in the 2,000-square-foot former Cuban restaurant space at 1520 Wade Hampton Blvd.
Located in the spaces facing the courtyard of the 43,000-square-foot development will be Hoppin’, a modern self-serve tap room out of Charlotte; Urban Wren, a new Greenville-based urban winery; and Todaro Pizza from Clemson.
Rick Erwin Dining Group announced Aug. 2 it has signed a 10-year lease for a new restaurant in Haywood Mall, with a planned early-2019 opening in the 5,500-square-foot former Palmetto Moon retail space fronting the parking lot on the lower level.
The partners of the Equus Club Wine Club at Lake Keowee venture announced in 2015 but never completed have shifted course to bring a new winery, under the name Eagle Mountain Winery LLC, to Greenville County.
A new coffee shop with a unique name and purpose has opened this week at 120 Shaw St., Greenville, across from the new Ballentine Food Service Equipment building at the corner of Shaw and Rutherford streets.
A nanobrewery and two fast-growing Spartanburg firms boost occupancy; loft apartments thriving
El Thrifty, a new Mexican cantina and upscale gaming concept developed by the former executive chef of Charleston’s acclaimed Indaco and a restaurant developer from Atlanta, will open in late fall 2018 along the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail in downtown Greenville at 25 Delano Drive.
Alabama-inspired counter-service restaurant Moe’s Original Bar B Que will be open for business in Greenville on Monday, July 16.
The currently unnamed hotel will be Clemson’s first downtown hospitality option and its guest experience will be provided by students and alumni of the ClemsonLIFE program, the Clemson University program designed for students with intellectual disabilities who desire a postsecondary experience on a college campus.
Revived Aesthetics, the IV bar at 700 Garlington Road, quietly opened a month ago and will celebrate its grand opening July 19.
Wu’s is one of several local and regional restaurants owned by Bottle Cap Group, including Ink N Ivy, Vine Nightclub, and SIP Whiskey & Wine Bar in Greenville and others in Charlotte, N.C., and Charleston.
With their colorful, bright lights dazzling through the sky, fireworks shows elicit "oohs" and "aahs" from crowds at Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
The first Upstate franchise location of the Savannah, Ga.,-based River Street Sweets-Savannah's Candy Kitchen has signed on for the former YAP location next to The Orient.