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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.

    Oct 15, Mon 6:30 PM
    Live, Love, Sing
    Eastminster Presbyterian Church
    Oct 15, Mon 9 AM
    Scavenger Hunt: Young Archaeologists Adventure
    Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University
    Oct 16, Tue 9:45 AM
    The Tempest
    Gunter Theatre
    Oct 16, Tue 7:30 PM
    Greenville Swing
    In the cabin at McPherson Park
    Oct 17, Wed 7 PM
    Songwriter’s Circle
     M Judson Booksellers
    Oct 17, Wed 6 PM
    Beginner Road Ride
    Pedal Chic
    Oct 18, Thu  8 PM
    Sweat
    The Warehouse Theatre
    Oct 18, Thu 5:30 PM
    Fall Bluegrass and Harvest Market
    Trailblazer Park
    Oct 19, Fri 7 PM
    Gaither Vocal Band Reunion Live!
    Bon Secours Wellness Arena
    Oct 19,  Fri  7:30 PM
    Mountain View Bluegrass Concert
    Carolina Music Museum
    Oct 20, Sat 4 PM
    Boo in the Zoo
    Greenville Zoo
    Oct 20, Sat 10 AM
    EURO Auto Festival
    Embassy Suites
    Oct 21, Sun 3 PM
    Furman Theatre presents “Lobby Hero” by Kenneth Lonergan
    Furman University, The Playhouse
    Oct 21, Sun 1 PM
    Cat Yoga
    Organic Cat Cafe

     

     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.

     

    Foxcroft Wine Co.

    This is a great spot for wine lovers because Foxcroft Wine and Co offer an impressive list of wines from all over the world. This Charlotte-based company just recently opened at 631 S. Main St – formerly occupied by Brazwell’s.

    The wine bar is comfortable and classy,  you’ll find shelves of wine all over the place which you can have by the glass or by the bottle. They are reasonably priced as well, around $20 – $40 for a bottle and $8 – $18 for a glass. The menu offers about 40 wines by the glass and hundreds of wine bottles, they waive the corkage fee if the bottle is over $29.99.

    They serve fresh local small plates and they pair well with the wine you choose.  These include cheese and charcuterie boards, truffles, flat breads, and sliders. Overall the food menu is also something to look out for. There are seats inside and outside, and if you want to enjoy the view of Main Street and Falls Park, opt for the outside seating as it offers a quieter and calmer setting. It is just a great place to hang out for wine lovers because their wine list is very extensive plus the service staffs are very attentive, friendly, and knowledgeable.

     

    Address: 631 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: (864) 906-4200
    Hours: Tue-Sat: 10 am –  11 pm, Sun: 5 pm –  10 pm,  Mon: Closed
    Website: www.foxcroftwine.com/greenville

     

     Did You Know?

    Retiring in Greenville SCSpending Golden Years in Greenville

    When you think of places to retire, Greenville, might not come to mind first, but more and more seniors are calling it home. Greenville’s charm consistently satisfies the desires of people looking for a great place to live, work, and enjoy life. Downtown Greenville alone has more than enough going on year-round for everyone. That’s why Greenville has been named one of the top places to live in several magazines.

    Greenville was also named by AARP as one of the best places to retire. Retirees living here enjoy an attractive lifestyle at relatively low cost compared to other states in the country. Read more why seniors like retiring in Greenville.

     

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