Greenville in the News
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Posts from October 2022
Heath Dillard will join the tourism organization as president and CEO effective Nov. 14, according to a VisitGreenvilleSC news release.
VisitGreenvilleSC announced on Oct. 25 it has chosen Heath Dillard as its new president and CEO, effective Nov. 14.
The latest entry in the new-play festival game, staged in August across 5 venues in an arts-centric town, had impressive local buy-in and enthusiastic full houses.
Joe Cash grew up in Greenville, made a big splash working for Thomas Keller at the restaurant Per Se in New York, and topped that with a stint at world’s-best-restaurant noma in Copenhagen. He returned to New York where he became Executive Chef at The Pool in The Seagram Building.
The new restaurant, Scoundrel, is located at 18 N. Main St. In his own words, it is a “French bistro with a modern flair and a lot of energy.”
The restaurant opened the weekend of October 21, 2022.
Guests photographed at the Grand Opening of Scoundrel in downtown Greenville, SC.
GREENVILLE — In the seven months since chef Joe Cash first revealed he would be bringing his French Brasserie concept Scoundrel to the heart of downtown Greenville’s Main Street, the mystique has built.
On Friday, October 21, the seductive dining room of modern French bistro Scoundrel (18 North Main Street, Greenville) will welcome visitors to check out chef Joe Cash’s luxuriant cuisine and take in the sleek charm of the Main Street space. Cash, a Greenville native, says he returned home to create a place unlike any restaurant currently open in the small mountain town.
After working in some of the top kitchens in the world, chef Joe Cash returns to Greenville to open his own dining concept, Scoundrel, a chef-driven French bistro located on Main Street, downtown.