When you go out to eat, does your heart race when you walk through the restaurant’s front door? Chef Joe Cash, returning home to Greenville and its food scene, hopes his new concept, Scoundrel, will bring a new excitement to the dining experience.
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Posts from June 2022
Scoundrel, a new restaurant featuring French bistro classics, is under construction at 18 North Main Street, where the Indian restaurant used to be.
New downtown attraction pays homage to historical textile mill.
The fine dining French restaurant Scoundrel, which plans to open downtown this fall in the old Handi Indian Cuisine location at 18 N. Main St., has revealed plans for a new facade facing Main Street.
With more space and located just outside major metro areas, it’s the best of both worlds.
The weather is more appealing now than in midsummer for destinations like the Gulf, and it’s peak grape harvest season across the world, giving you the perfect excuse to travel from California to the Caucuses in search of new wines to try. Here are our 10 favorite spots to visit this September.
Across the US, you’ll find dozens of smaller cities that offer all the trappings of a small town—fresh air, tree-lined streets, plenty of opportunities to use the word “quaint”—with enough culture, bars, and restaurants to keep up with the big boys. According to the Demographic Research Unit of the Department of Finance, to qualify as a “small city,” an incorporated area must have a population of 100,000 or less—all of which, we can only assume, will welcome you to town and swiftly point you to their favorite neighborhood dive bar.
Visit any one of these shining locales and you can pack your itinerary with gorgeous hikes, award-winning brews, knock-out restaurants, quirky art shows, and fun things to do that go far beyond antiquing—whether you’re just passing through or considering another big leap. Here are the 16 coolest small cities in America.
Sure, you can use trains to travel between several major U.S. cities, but these small towns are equally worth a visit.
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