Help us build the perfect day. | Photo by James Simpson Photography
Hey, Greenville. Danielle here. Remember those “choose your own adventure stories?” The ones where you’re given two paths to choose and it determines the character’s fate? Today, I’m giving you the power to determine my fate.
It’s not that dramatic, but I want you to help me build the perfect day in Greenville. Fill out this poll and I’ll do what you, as a collective audience, choose.
American Patchwork Quartet | Tuesday, Oct. 24 | 7:30 p.m. | Peace Center, 300 S. Main St., Greenville | $45 | This group brings together diverse backgrounds and talents to reimagine timeless songs from America’s past.
Well Walkers | Tuesday, Oct. 24, Thursday, Oct. 26 | 9 a.m. | Bon Secours Wellness Arena, 650 N. Academy St., Greenville | Free | Take a movement break with a few laps around the quarter-mile concourse.
Tacos & Trivia | Tuesday, Oct. 24 | 7-9 p.m. | The People’s Tap, 250 RiverPlace, Greenville | Free | Pick your beer from the tap list and enjoy a snack from Papi’s Tacos while you test your trivia knowledge with ParmeJon.
Wednesday, Oct. 25
Cake & Whiskey | Wednesday, Oct. 25 | 6-8 p.m. | Hilton Greenville, 45 W. Orchard Park Dr., Greenville | Free | Meredith Noon and Veera Gaul host this women’s networking event.
Beach Glass Workshop | Wednesday, Oct. 25 | 6-9 p.m. | 13 Stripes Brewery, 250 Mill St., Ste. PW3101 Dock Print Works No. 3, Taylors | $65 | Craft a window design or a beach glass Christmas Tree.
Thursday, Oct. 26
Dine Out for Mom | Thursday, Oct. 26 | Times vary | Various locations | Prices vary | Choose from 145+ local restaurants who are donating 20% of their total sales to Let There Be Mom.
Fall Wine Pairing Dinner | Thursday, Oct. 26 | 6:30-8:30 p.m. | Cartwright Food Hall, 215 Trade St., Greer | $80 | Enjoy a six-course fall-inspired meal with wine pairings.
Hopkins Haunted Hayride | Thursday, Oct. 26 | 6:30-10:30 p.m. | Historic Hopkins Farm, 3717 Fork Shoals Rd., Simpsonville | $5-$15 | Take a 20-minute ride through the woods of the historic property dating back to the 1800s.
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Two Chefs Café & Market will close its downtown restaurant — located at 644 N. Main St. — on Friday, Oct. 27. The restaurant’s Eastside location will stay open + serve lunch and dinner. (The Post and Courier Greenville)
The Farehouse will open its doors on Main Street in Fountain Inn soon, and the restaurant tells us they’re putting some final touches ahead of a grand opening. We were excited to see favorites from the Taylors menu when we got a taste over the weekend.
World Piece Pizza on Stone Avenue is closing after service on Saturday, Oct. 28. Owner Dana Lowie — who also owns Coffee Underground — tells the Post and Courier Greenville staffing challenges, an increase in the number of pizza restaurants around town + the need for a work/life balance led to the decision.
Say it ain’t so. Blink-182 is bringing its “One More Time Tour” to Bon Secours Wellness Arena on July 29, 2024. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Oct. 27 at 10 a.m.
Aloft Greenville will hit pause on live music and events at the W XYZ Lounge beginning in November as the hotel undergoes renovations. While there’s a pause in music, all hotel operations and bookings will continue and the lounge will remain open.
Get this buzz. The City of Greenville cut the ribbon on the new pollinator garden at Cleveland Park. Thanks to a $25,000 donation, the garden features plants with essential nutrients for birds, insects, flora, and other animals.
Upstate Pride’s fall march and festival is this Saturday, Oct. 28 in Downtown Spartanburg — on West Broad Street at South Spring Street — from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Oh my gourd — check out the finalists for our GVLtoday Pumpkin Carving Contest. Vote for your favorite jack-o’-lantern by Wednesday, Oct. 25 + be sure to read our newsletter on Friday, Oct. 27 to see which pumpkin wins.
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What would you name the bridge? | Photo by James Simpson Photography
After making headlines over a Google Maps marker calling it the “Harambe Memorial Bridge” — with a memorial for the late gorilla forming near the bridge — the City of Mauldin released a short list of possible names for the bridge over I-385.
There were 2,111 total submissions to name the bridge, and after duplicates + inappropriate names were removed, the city was left with 1,284 “viable names” to choose from.
We know some of you were hoping the “Harambe Memorial Bridge” would stick, but here are the possible names:
Mauldin SkyWay Bridge
Mauldin Highway Overpass, also known as The Mauldin HOP
Mauldin Gateway Bridge
Mauldin’s Palmetto Pathway
Note: The final names were approved by a seven-member selection committee + the city’s recreation committee.
City Council will select a name at its meeting on on Monday, Nov. 20.
I really enjoyed my mocktail at The Farehouse Fountain Inn. I ordered the picture-perfect “Perfect Pear,” made with pear juice, honey, lavender lemon, egg whites, chocolate bitters, and red plum peel. They’ll offer it with alcohol when the restaurant opens, but I recommend it sans liquor as well.