Jason Clark, honored as the Restaurateur of the 2014 in the Upstate, demonstrates how to carve a turkey and present a beautiful plate of food for the family and guests on Thanksgiving.
Jason is owner of BIN112 and the Strip Club 104 A Steak House.
Given that Thanksgiving is the busiest travel time of the year for Americans, many restaurants cater to travelers. Chain restaurants that are open offer traditional Thanksgiving fare. We encourage you to call restaurant at your destination ahead to confirm their opening and pricing.ss
The GreerToday.com staff wishes all a Happy Thanksgiving and safe travels.
The Barton Community Garden is a thriving green space producing healthy vegetables including lacy lettuce, arugula, parsley, broccoli, cauliflower, onions, and carrots for Greenville Tech.
The garden’s success is a result of productive collaboration between Greenville Tech. Charter High School’s Garden Club, Greenville Forward Gardening for Good, and various departments at Greenville Technical College (GTC). For example, a new sign created by GTCHS Garden Club members and GTC First Year Experience students, and GTC English Professor Kelly Mieszek donated worms to assist with composting.
Chandler Creek student council representatives wrote about their experiences at the Soup Kitchen on Nov. 4.
Some have already committed, with families, to volunteer during the holidays.
Greer Station Association raised $3,395 at its Catwalk for the Cure benefit for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
The fashion show, held Oct. 7, featured styles from downtown merchants – Talloni - A Shoe Salon, Maiale Boutique, Southern Sisters Boutique, Gregory's Boutique, Empire Ltd., James & James Clothiers, Smith & James, Chelsea's and Greer Trading Post.
Jason Clark, owner of BIN112 in downtown Greer, was honored Monday as Restaurateur of the Year at the Upstate Hospitality Awards luncheon.
"Jason is dedicated to great food, a clean kitchen and provides the best experience to customers he would expect for himself," said Douglas O'Flaherty, Director of Operations for the S.C. Hospitality Association.
Veterans Day will find many local and national restaurants, grocery stores, car washes and businesses offering free meals and discounts to veterans and active duty military in appreciation for their service.
Offers may include:
There was some heavy competition at the Chili Cook Off on Trade Street Tuesday night.
Shawn Kelley’s Spotted Dog team won the best overall chili, Wild Ace the best restaurant and The City Hollers was chosen the people’s choice.
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An autographed Greer football helmet, signed by all members of the unbeaten 10-0 and playoff bound Yellow Jackets may be the prize most desired at the 7 p.m. Big Thursday auction.
One would think scraping food off plates would be least preferred to playing with school friends.
A limited number of tickets remain for Breakfast with Santa on Saturday Dec. 6. at the Cannon Centre.
The 9:30 a.m. seating is sold out but 66 tickets remain for 8 a.m. and 53 for 11 a.m. Tickets, sold at the business office lobby, are $6 for ages 10-older and $4 for ages 1-9. Children up to age one are free.