Things to do in Greenville this week

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     What’s Happening in Greenville?

    Got all things planned for this week? Don’t miss to include a day out or two with your family or friends. There are plenty of things to do in Greenville and they come in all flavors – concerts, plays, outdoor entertainment and more. Start your week off with a bang with our pick of the best happenings in Greenville this week.

    Nov 12, Mon 10 AM
    Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!
    Upcountry History Museum
    Nov 12, Mon 9 AM
    Textiles: A History of Expression and Last Words by Susan Lenz
    Greenville Center for Creative Arts
    Nov 13, Tue 7 PM
    VOCES8
    The Peace Center
    Nov 13, Tue 7:30 PM
    Greenville Swing
    In the cabin at McPherson Park
    Nov 14, Wed 7:30 PM
    In Dreams: Roy Orbison – The Hologram Tour
    The Peace Center
    Nov 14, Wed 5:30 PM
    Wine and Live Music Wednesdays
    Pomegranate on Main
    Nov 15, Thu 7:30 PM
    Ballet Folklórico de México
    The Peace Center
    Nov 15, Thu 8 PM
    King Lear
    Rodeheaver Auditorium, Bob Jones University
    Nov 16, Fri 8 PM
    Furman Symphonic Winds
    Furman University, McAlister Auditorium
    Nov 16,  Fri  3 PM
    United Community Bank Ice on Main
    Village Green
    Nov 17, Sat 3 PM
    L’Automne: An Intimate Evening of Music & Dance
    The Warehouse Theatre
    Nov 17, Sat 7:30 PM
    Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson
    North Greenville University
    Nov 18, Sun 3 PM
    Dorrance Dance
    The Peace Center
    Nov 18, Sun 8 PM
    Mozart: A Family Affair
    The Peace Center

     

     Foodie Destination of the Week

    The restaurant scene in greater Greenville has exploded off the past decade with new restaurants springing up here and there. Downtown Greenville alone has brought an array of tasty cuisines to pick from which makes it a great place for anyone who wants to try different culinary experiences. This week, we’ll highlight one of the best places to dine and experience Greenville’s gastronomic delights.

     

    The Lost Cajun – Greenville Downtown

    The Green Room restaurant space located in downtown Greenville is now home to The Lost Cajun. This is the second location of the popular Louisiana-inspired restaurant in Greenville, the first one is located on Pelham Road.

    If you’re looking for some authentic Cajun food head downtown and experience their classic gumbos and Cajun dishes including seafood gumbo, chicken gumbo, red beans and rice, and crawfish etouffee. There are also pasta, fried pastries, and platters. The downtown location will offer some new bar items like daiquiris and possibly even a New Orleans-style raw bar.

    Everything from the food to the service was outstanding, the Lost Cajun in downtown definitely resonates the southern comfort and Louisiana flavor that will surely find a place in the hearts and stomachs of the Upstate.

     

    Address: 116 N Main St., Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-203-2827
    Hours: Mon-Sun: 11 am – 9 pm
    Website: thelostcajun.com/locations/greenville-dt-sc

     

     Plan Ahead

    You know when Halloween is over the next fall holiday that will surely keep you busy is Thanksgiving – and it’s just around the corner! Time to prep your home for one of the biggest family holiday of the year. Whether you’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving with your family or with friends, now is the time to start preparing to ensure a no-stress holiday. Here are some tips to prepare for Thanksgiving:

      • Make a list of the things you have to do and when it needs to be done. This will not only help you keep on schedule, making a list will ensure there are no last minute things to do especially when the day of celebration has arrived.

    Read here for more tips!

     Real Estate Highlight

    Why It’s a Good Time To Sell Your Home During the Holidays

    When it comes to selling your home, if you are going to ask real estate professionals about the best time to sell a home, you would often hear that springtime is the most ideal.  Many homeowners who plan to sell their home wait for spring months to list their home as many home buyers like to start shopping in the spring and many people are just too busy with the holidays to think about buying a new home…


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