Wolfgang Puck is bringing his signature restaurant, The Kitchen, to the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport as part of the $125 million terminal improvement project.
The restaurant is the Piece de resistance of the Grand Hall that will house commissioned artworks of the historic upstate, other restaurants and amenities that will brand GSP as one of the most contemporary airports of its kind.
The Atlanta Bread Company is seeking friendly, smiling faces to make and serve gourmet sandwiches, salads, soups and coffees at 4100 Pelham Road, off exit 54 and I-85.
The store hours are 7 a.m. – 8 p.m., Monday through Sunday. Mature adults may want to consider this job for additional income. Visit the location between 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., call 864-627-4300 or email here.
Lowes Foods is fast closing on finishing the framework of the store across from Riverside High School on South Suber Road and Hammett Road.
Opening for the store is on schedule for late summer/early fall.
Wolfgang Puck putting signature "The Kitchen" restaurant at GSP
Wolfgang Puck is bringing his signature restaurant, The Kitchen, to the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport as part of the $125 million terminal improvement project, airport officials announced Thursday, April 28.
The Blue Ridge Brewing Co. is beginning to see the foam on top of their beer.
Bob Hiller, owner of Greer’s restaurant and craft brewpub at 308 Trade Street, is awaiting for clearance on the alcohol beverage permit from SLED to announce an official opening date.
Culver’s has set an opening date and has begun hiring for its Greer Restaurant.
Culver’s will open Monday, May 16 and is hiring 75 people to fill all positions at the family sit down restaurant.
Eyebrow threading, a technique founded more than 6,000 years ago has gained popularity in western cultures.
Threading is one of the cultural demonstrations Saturday at the International Festival held at City Park, City Hall and the amphitheater.
How does the perfect roll get crafted to perfection?
The Greer International Festival holds the secret at Saturday’s Greer Goes Global International Festival at Greer City Park, City Hall and amphitheater.
Opening day at the Greer Farmer's Market was a time for shopping inside – at the grand opening of Foodies Farm Shop – and out. Christy Ray is the owner of the store and organizer for the market.
The market lended many of its vendors to tell stories of their arts, crafts, food and plants. Some interesting vignettes are provided below with the photos.
As cultures and different countries come together, there are often unimaginable talents.
Take sword and belly dancing, one of the exhibitions at the International Festival at Greer City Park on Saturday.
Join the Greer community Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. as the world is brought to Greer City Park.
The International Festival features 22 countries, 14 sports, 10 vendors in the marketplace, 10 non-profits, and seven different food vendors.
Moe's Southwest Grill in Greer and five other Upstate locations will donate 100 percent of sales on Wednesday April 6 from 4 p.m. to closing to the family of Officer Allen Jacobs who was shot and killed on March 20.
The other Moe's locations participating are Pelham Road, Augusta Road, Woodruff Road, Haywood Road and Simpsonville.