Located across from Aloft Hotel in Downtown Greenville, Honey Tupelo Café serves scratch-made southern comfort food elevated to new levels. Upon walking in, you’ll find a friendly host waiting to seat you and your party. Artwork evoking the local area is displayed on the walls as you make your way to the dining area.
Friday May 25th and Saturday May 26th, Greenville will be wearing a little more tartan (remember this word) than they normally will be. Why, you may be asking? That is because the Greenville Scottish Games will once again be taking the streets of Greenville and the fields of Furman University. Let’s just say you will not want to miss out. The Great Scot! Parade is Friday, May 25th at 6 PM and marches its way down Main Street in downtown Greenville. The Greenville Scottish Games proper are all day Saturday, May 26th at Furman University.
The Anchorage, which most recently won the 2018 James Beard Award for best new restaurant. In the heart of West Greenville, this restaurant showcases fresh, locally sourced ingredients from around the region. They serve made from scratch food and update their menu daily!
New to the Upstate or just a pawrent in search of the perfect place to take your fur child? We have gathered a list of some of the best spots in the Upstate for your dog to mingle, and inevitably, burn some energy. Check out this list of seven dog parks around the Upstate that will surely have your pup thinking they are in pawradise fur-real.
ITK investigates the experiences you've been dying to try from all across the Upstate and brings you the real insider view. We explore, you enjoy indoor go-karting.
We know that it can be difficult to find things to do that are appropriate for the whole family, especially when you have children with special needs. The ITK tribe gathered together a list of some great sensory-friendly activities to enjoy with your kids when you just need to get out of the house.
Local restaurant owner and entrepreneur Jonathan Willis sources as much food as he possibly can from local farms. So we asked him to share a few pointers for finding and enjoying fresh, locally-sourced produce here in the Upstate.