An overly ambitious New Year’s resolution probably won’t stick. This year, ditch the desire for all-at-once dramatic transformation. Instead, consider simple, sustainable changes to your everyday routine that can make a big impact over time.
For example, if you wish to get smarter about personal finances, start by cutting back on grocery expenses, which is the third largest expense, according to U.S. government statistics. It’s a way to save thousands annually.
Jason Clark of BIN112 and Strip Club 104 A Steak House demonstrates how to carve your holday turkey.
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Some restaurants will be open on Christmas Day. Below is a list of restaurans that have announced their schedules. GreerToday.com recommends calling in advance for the location you anticipate visiting.
Arby’s company restaurants will close at 6 pm Christmas Eve and are closed on Christmas Day. Franchise locations may vary.
The International House of Pancakes (IHOP) is tentatively scheduled to open its Greer store in mid-March at Suber Commons at the corner of Wade Hampton Blvd. and Suber Road.
A spokesperson told GreerToday.com that was the best guess based on typically sized units built without regard to weather and other construction influences. The timeline for jobs interviews was not available.
Sometimes the best presents and the most treasured ornaments aren’t the ones that last a lifetime -- they’re the ones that you can eat.
Traditional goodies always add a touch of sweetness to the holidays. But updates to some of your favorite holiday classics help keep family traditions alive while incorporating creative and on-trend ingredients.
What can a camel teach you about grilled cheese? Camels like the Sahara desert because it is dry. Grilled cheese sandwiches also like a hot and dry environment — the pan. Put the butter or oil on the outside of the bread, not in the pan.
The Cazbah at 308 Trade Street is closed for the holidays with its future in Greer tenuous.
The restaurant posted signage two weeks ago it would be closed Nov. 19-23, apologizing for the inconvenience. However, all wine and liquor has been removed and furnishings moved to the front of the restaurant.
Ace Restaurant Group (ARG) was granted its request for a parking variance for Wild Ace Pizza and Pub at its planned relocation at 103 Depot Street.
The Board of Zoning Appeals’ public meeting also produced more information showing a sketch of the restaurant that will include the original building and a proposed addition that connects with a covered patio. An 18-space parking lot, to be upgraded by ARG, will separate the patio from Randall Street.
Two Bojangles’ are coming to Greer, with ground scheduled to be broken in January for the restaurant at Buncombe and Hammett Bridge Road. A second restaurant will follow at Hwy. 101 across from the BMW Manufacturing plant in Greer.
Allen Johnston, Co-owner and Operator of Chix and Bix, LLC, told GreerToday.com the restaurants would be the newest prototypes, similar to one opened at Cherrydale. They will be 3,608-square feet and seat about 80 guests.
Wild Ace Pizza and Pub is pursuing a move from its Trade Street location to Depot Street as a result of a downtown business owner constructing fencing at two locations that has eliminated over 60 parking spaces.
It appears to be the second business owned by Chris and Denise VandenBerghe to leave Trade Street within the past eight months. Acme General Store abruptly closed on March 20.