Due to rising rents in the city, rising food prices and the staffing challenges that restaurants are feeling nationwide, owners Joe Clarke and Darlene Mann-Clarke felt like this was the right time to close and put their energy towards the next step in their careers.
Almost 40 bourbons, exactly 40 craft brews, and a 35-foot custom quartz bar in the new Greenville Terrace are a clear indication that a Charlotte-based restaurant famous for its brunch is poised to take on the dinner crowd, too.
After several public meetings and a 3-2 approval vote from the city’s Design Review Board last month, plans for the West End Apartment Homes on the Pendleton Baptist Church property at 1100 S. Main St. in downtown Greenville have been modified.
Not all of the construction projects in the West End of downtown Greenville are huge, multifamily projects. Smaller parcels of land are being snatched up and developed just as quickly, but tend to stay out of the spotlight.