Yeah, that Greenville. It’s better than ever. City tourism officials unveiled a new, interactive, and socially driven website – www.visitgreenvillesc.com – anchored by the tag, “Yeah, that Greenville.” The site is perfect for visitors to plan one day or five, with plenty of ways to find events, restaurants and build itineraries.
Greenville is also tastier than ever, with restaurant news always on the menu. Recent highlights include: Table 301’s Passerelle Bistro ( www.passerelleinthepark.com) overlooking Falls Park; another popular Tupelo Honey Café ( www.tupelohoneycafe.com) location downtown in the new ONE building; Michelin star chef Emmanuel Hodencq at Rick’s Deli & Market ( www.rickerwinsdeli.com); Anthony Gray’s “powered by bacon” hotspot, Bacon Bros Public House ( www.baconbrospublichouse.com); Gerard Cribbin’s relaunched Coal Fired Bistro & Wine Bar ( www.coalfiredbistro.com); and table-side sangria service at SIP Tasting Room & Rooftop Lounge ( http://bit.ly/1fOyLkB). In June, German cult brand Vom Foss ( www.vomfassusa.com) will open its first South Carolina location. There are also two new Greenville breweries: Brewery 85 ( www.brewery85.com) and Swamp Rabbit Brewery & Taproom ( http://bit.ly/1d1sLRh).