Whether you’re in need of a drinking paw-tner at a local brewery, hitting the shops on Main Street, or just dining out, well bone appétit. Get ready to dig into this guide for dog-friendly businesses around the 864.
Pro tip: You can use BringFido to find more dog-friendly restaurants, pet-friendly hotels and events, too. DYK it was founded right here in Greenville?
🐾 Breweries + taprooms
Birds Fly South Ale Project, 1320 Hampton Ave. | Friends and furiends alike can enjoy the wide open space of the large lawn in Hampton Station.
The Dapper Dog, 201 Murray Dr. | Let your pup run free at this off-leash dog bar while you enjoy a drink.
🐾 Wineries + cideries
City Scape Winery, 589 Dunklin Bridge Rd., Pelzer | Wine not bring your pup along for a tasting? Enjoy views from the upper deck or find space to sprawl downstairs and out back.
Distinct Cider Room, 46 Lois Ave., Unit H | This Village of West Greenville says, ”your fur babies are welcome to join you” on its outside alley and courtyard.
🐾 Coffee shops
Cohesive Coffee, 301 Airport Rd., Unit I | Sip outside on the patio while you work remote or enjoy the day off.
Grateful Brew, 501 S. Pleasantburg Dr. | Enjoy the great outdoors at a picnic table or cozy indoors at Grateful Brew’s bar with your good boy or girl by your side.
Gather GVL, 126 Augusta St. | This destination of shipping containers-turned-food trucks is dog friendly on the weekdays (but not weekends).
Hometeam BBQ, 815 Laurens Rd. | While dogs can’t sit inside the main restaurant, they will be greeted with fresh water and maybe a scrap or two on the screened-in porch.
🐾 Hotels and rentals
Aloft Greenville Downtown, 5 N. Laurens St. | Dogs weighing up to ~40 lbs are welcome. Pro tip: If you’re looking to add another pup to your family, don’t miss the pet adoption area by the check-in desk.
Bee’s Knees, West End | 3BR, 2BA | Up to two pets less than 50 lbs and their humans will be just a short distance form Gather GVL and the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Mast General Store, 111 N. Main St. | Pups are welcome on all three levels of this downtown shop — don’t miss the dog toys, collars, and treats section on the main floor by the stairs.
Starry Nights - Eclipse: The Sun Revealed | Friday, Jan. 20 | 7:30-8:30 p.m. | Roper Mountain Science Center, 402 Roper Mountain Rd., Greenville | $6 | Delve into the historical and cultural views of eclipses and learn about scientific discoveries generated or supported by total solar eclipses.
Gianmarco Soresi | Friday, Jan. 20-Saturday, Jan. 21 | Times vary | Comedy Zone Greenville, 221 N. Main St., Greenville | $20-$25 | See this stand up comic who has been featured on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Comedy Central, Netflix, PBS, Amazon, and Real Housewives of New York.
Pub Trivia Drag Show | Friday, Jan. 20 | 8 p.m. | Carolina Bauernhaus Greenville, 556 Perry Ave. Ste. B118, Greenville | $10-$30 | Join host Molly Sapphire Hangover and DJ HYPNOCAT for a night of pub trivia and performance with 16 beers and ciders on tap, plus hot brats, warm pretzels, and charcuterie.
Saturday, Jan. 21
enRage Against The Machine | Saturday, Jan. 21 | 8-11 p.m. | Radio Room Greenville, 110 Poinsett Hwy., Greenville | $15-$20 | Catch this Rage Against the Machine tribute band live.
Sunday, Jan. 22
The Travis Smith Project | Sunday, Jan. 22 | 1-4 p.m. | Eagle Mountain Winery, 2330 Hwy. 11, Greenville | Free | Indulge in Sunday funday and listen to live music by The Travis Smith Project.
New Moon Circle led by Sonci | Sunday, Jan. 22 | 6:30-8:30 p.m. | Greenville Yoga, 3221 Old Buncombe Rd., Greenville | $10-$40 | Find your balance through this restful meditation session known as Yoga Nidra.
Sunday Brunch Elevated at Juniper | Sunday, Jan. 22 | 11 a.m.-3 p.m. | Juniper, 315 S. Main St., Greenville | Enjoy a delicious Sunday Brunch featuring creative cocktails, signature music, and more with a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Greenville’s downtown skyline.*
Monday, Jan. 23
Seed Propagation | Monday, Jan. 23 | 6-7 p.m. | Simpsonville Branch, 626 NE Main St., Simpsonville | Free | Discover easy seeds for beginners, how to select seeds, when to start seed (including indoors), what containers and growing media to use, and other helpful tips for propagating seeds.
Trailside Blazers | Monday, Jan. 23 | 6-9 p.m. | The Commons, 147 Welborn St., Greenville | Free | Take a skate down the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail.
We have a calendar filled with events and activities you can plan for in advance. Click the button below to bookmark ideas for upcoming date nights, family outings, and time with friends.
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No. 97. That’s how Greenville Technical College ranked out of the top 200 online learning colleges in the nation, according to Newsweek. GTC landed in the No. 1 spot among SC technical colleges and No. 2 spot among all universities in the state — second only to Clemson. 🏆
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Get ready gamers. The YMCA of Greenville and XP League Greenville will launch a youth esports league. Attend an open house from 12 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21 at the Caine Halter Family YMCA (721 Cleveland St.) or Saturday, Jan. 28 at the Y Program Center (100 Adams Mill Rd., Simpsonville) for more details. 🎮 (Greenville Journal)
Clean Eatz (3608 Pelham Rd., Ste. C) — a meal prep service and cafe — has a new mobile app available on the App Store and Google Play. You can now earn loyalty points to redeem for free items and order online from the cafe, including your weekly meals and catering. 📱
Woodmont High School (2831 W. Georgia Rd., Piedmont) is one of 10 finalists for the 2023 Palmetto’s Finest Awards. A committee of educators evaluated the school in areas like student achievement, instructional programs, professional learning communities, and school culture. There will be an on-site evaluation before winners are announced this spring. (FOX Carolina)
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Editor’s pick: When it comes to dog-friendly businesses, we can’t leave out the arts. Enter: Faith Chase Studio — local artist and pet portrait specialist. Whether you want to picture your pup as you’ve always seen them (think: sleeping on the couch) or portray potential hidden skills (think: skateboarding), Faith has you covered. Check out her work.
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