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An Homage to Brunch Culture

March 4th, 2020 | Off The Grid Greenville

Congratulations, you survived the week! What better way to celebrate your victory on the weekend than over brunch. Nothing tastes quite as good as brunch. Facts: Brunch is more than just a weekly holiday for the boujee, beautiful, and the bored. “It is more than a game to be won or a treasure to be […]

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13 U.S. Destinations That Are Secretly Hiding Incredible Beer Scenes

February 27th, 2020 | Thrillist

Any list of great beer destinations will include the mainstays: San Diego. Grand Rapids. Burlington. Asheville. Both Portlands. Seattle. Basically any city in Colorado. Dig a little deeper and you’ll find your Traverse City, Michigans, and Hood River, Oregons. They’re all great places. You should go to them and drink all their wonderful beer and […]

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Greenville Chef And Restaurant Recognized As Some Of The Best In The Country

February 26th, 2020 | Greenville Online

Greenville’s food scene has gotten a nod from one of the most prestigious culinary awards in the country. The James Beard Foundation has nominated Oak Hill Café and Farm  as a 2020 semifinalist for Best New Restaurant and Adam Cooke, executive chef of Topsoil Kitchen & Market as Best Chef Southeast.

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10 Most Romantic Restaurants in Greenville

February 4th, 2020 | Kidding Around Greenville

Looking for the perfect romantic restaurant in Greenville? Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. We asked our readers where they like to go for a romantic meal with someone special. With so many options to choose from in Greenville, it’s hard to pick just one favorite. Here’s a list of the top 10 romantic […]

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Where To Eat And Drink In Greenville, South Carolina

December 19th, 2019 | Forbes

The approximate halfway point between Atlanta, Georgia, and Charlotte, North Carolina, Greenville is a charming Southern city that’s seen significant restoration and growth in recent years and continues to flourish. It’s home to the gorgeous Falls Park on the Reedy (located just steps away from a revitalized Main Street), standout festivals like Artisphere (an annual […]

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How To Make Fried Chicken The Best It Can Be, According To Southern Chefs

| Huffington Post

In the world of Southern food, it doesn’t get any more iconic than fried chicken: It’s crispy and flavorful on the outside, moist and juicy on the inside. Preparation techniques and the right spice mix can make the difference between good and great fried chicken, so we’ve consulted some experts to share their top tips […]

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The Most Luxurious (and Delicious) Road Trips to Take This Season

April 3rd, 2019 | Bloomberg

The days are getting longer, and the weather’s getting warmer: It’s time for a good, old-fashioned road trip. Embrace a quirky detour or two along classic highways and byways to discover America’s most exciting cultural debuts, food oases, and fast-evolving cities. Best of all, no roadside motel needed. Each of the five weeklong itineraries below […]

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Husk Greenville chef named James Beard Award semifinalist

February 27th, 2019 | Greenville Journal

Husk Greenville executive chef Jon Buck has been named a James Beard Award semifinalist for Best Chef: Southeast. “I’m so honored to receive this recognization alongside these amazing chefs in the Southeast,” Buck said. “My nomination is the result of all the hard work and dedication of the people of Greenville: our restaurant family, the […]

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Effective March 17, 2020: Husk Restaurant is temporarily closed. Nothing is more critical to The Neighborhood Dining Group than the safety and health of our guests, our staff, and the communities in which we serve. Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, we feel that it is our civic duty to do all we can to help confine the spread of the virus. We feel it is impossible to operate our businesses knowing our staff and guests are at risk, even with precautionary measures such as limiting guests and tables and extensive sanitation.

We want to do our part to help put this worldwide crisis behind us, so that we may swiftly resume serving you, our valued guests. We are a compassionate and resilient community, and we will get through this life-threatening pandemic by working together.