drinkin’ on the job…it’s five o’clock somewhere!

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Check out our latest cocktailin’ experience for TALK Greenville…currently in the September edition…

from reids.com

There’s a new kid coming to one particular Main Street block, and he’s creating quite a buzz! Reid’s for Fine Foods will soon be completing its overhaul of the former Caviar & Bananas space on Laurens Street (just off of Main) in downtown Greenville for its first South Carolina location! Our friends up the highway in Charlotte have long sung its praises…and now we can get in on the action!!

It’s Five O’Clock somewhere…and other goodies

Reid’s iconic Five O’Clock Crunch…from reids.com

Over the years, we have been the recipients of many a container of Reid’s now-iconic “Five O’Clock Crunch”…much to our delight (and obsession)! While they offer this delectable snack mix and many other private-label offerings, Reid’s is a fully-stocked specialty food market and restaurant with all the bells & whistles. With a full-selection meat counter, deli, cheeses and wines galore, you’re gonna need a bigger basket!

And they not only stock some of the hottest wines out there, they go to great lengths to create their own private-label wines that have become major crowd-pleasers!  We sipped a few…read on…

Reid’s Chardonnay…

Photo by Nathan Gray for TALKGreenville

Smooth, refreshing, and easy-going, this is a white wine that even the most staunch red drinker can embrace.  The grapes for Reid’s Chardonnay are selected when ripe and bursting with flavors to fashion a  rich, bold, luscious wine that then rests in used French oak barrels.  Marci’s Reserve has a unique creaminess that flourishes with stone fruits kissed by delicate lemony notes.  Its long, lovely, vanilla finish makes it irresistible.

Reid’s Pinot Noir…

Photo by Nathan Gray for TALKGreenville

This is a crowd-pleasin’ red!  While the Chardonnay is the white wine for red-drinkers, this is the red that the die-hard white-wine-drinker could fall for. Fruit flavors, structure and minerality are the key components in this Pinot Noir.  Layered in flavors driven by Bing to black cherry, rhubarb, and Reid’s signature spice component, it has incredible dimension and depth.  The subtle minerality enhances its structure providing its exceptional ability to pair with almost any food.

Leyla Rutherford Bench Cabernet Sauvignon…

Photo by Nathan Gray for TALKGreenville

This is a beautiful wine, folks…from start to finish!  Made from vines grown in the complex soils of the famous “Rutherford Bench” in Napa Valley, it bursts with the aromas and flavors of dark cherry and plum.  These generous flavors take center stage on the palate, while cinnamon, clove, and dark chocolate gracefully add a layer of complexity.  The integration of French oak and fine-grained tannins complete the taste of this incredibly elegant creation.  We want to keep this one flowing…beggin’ darling please, Leyla!

Burger Tuesday and more…

Photo from Reid’s

“Burger Tuesday” has become a cult-favorite in Charlotte, so we know where we will want to be on Tuesdays from now on!  And there will be something to draw fans throughout the day, every day.  From coffee and breakfast offerings to “hand-built” sandwiches & salads for lunch to the seventy-five seat wine bar (and the potential for live-music at times), we might just need to move in! 

If you drop by for dinner, you can grab a wine off of the shelf and enjoy it with no corkage. (Beer & liquor drinkers, take note…they have you covered in that area as well!) And as they have done in previous stores, they will be offering fully-prepared holiday meals for your home-dining pleasure. Just plan to order early!!

Photo from Reid’s

Opening is currently scheduled for mid-October, but check out the website (reids.com) for all the latest news (and sign up for their daily updates while you are at it). The Greenville location will be similar to the Myers Park store in Charlotte, so take a look at their menus and other offerings if you want a preview of things to come. Hours are currently slated for 7 am – 10 pm, so once they cut the ribbons and open the doors, you have no excuses!

Reids for Fine Foods . 1 North Laurens Street . Greenville . reids.com

drinkin’ on the job…getting patriotic

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Check out the latest installment of our cocktailin’ adventures for TALK Greenville – this time at a socially safe distance from others in our own backyards..

Time to get creative, folks! This year’s 4th of July celebrations will likely be a bit different from years past. That blasted covid bug has thrown quite the wrench in even the best laid plans. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun. We might just have to create it ourselves! Well, we are here to make a few suggestions – especially in the area of refreshing beverages, wink wink. We searched, tested, tasted, and scored some of the best patriotic creations and are excited to share the fruits of our labor!

Lake Toxaway – July 2019

Fun Fourth Facts…

– In 1776, there were just 2.5 million people living in our new nation…that’s less than half of South Carolina’s current population (and that’s before 2020 census numbers)

– Around 150 million hot dogs are consumed on July 4th each year (those dogs can stretch from Washington D.C. to Los Angeles more than five times).  Joey Chestnut continues to do his part!

– Each year Americans light about 200 million pounds of fireworks – most of which are imported from China to the tune of around $250,000,000 (that’s a lot of Benjamins up in smoke)

No matter how large or small your crowd might be – or what’s on the menu – these boozy red, white & blue creations will be a sure hit!

Strawberry Ginger Smash

Strawberry Ginger Smash

One of us is all about her brown liquor – and the other is quickly becoming a convert – so this creative cocktail is right up our alley!  Strawberries are soaked in bourbon, grated ginger, chopped mint and a dash of amaretto until ready to serve (they will keep for a couple of days in the fridge).  At drinkin’ time, drop some soaked berries in the bottom of your glass, muddle a bit, add ice, a shot of bourbon, and finish it off with ginger beer.  Fruity, savory, and slightly sweet…this is one well-rounded concoction!

Blueberry Mint Fizz

Blueberry Mint Fizz

Gin, Bai Brasilia Blueberry drink, lime and mint come together in this slightly tart, light, refreshing stunner.  We just love a gin fizz, and this one – because of the no-sugar Bai – masquerades as a slightly more diet-friendly version.  Again, some of the work can be done ahead – one of our favorite entertaining tricks!  Combine equal parts gin, the Bai, and a squeeze of lime in a pitcher or jar, store in the fridge until ready.  When ready to drink, shake with ice and strain into glasses, topping each off with a dash of sparkling water.  Toss in some frozen blueberries to pretty it up (and keep it cool).  Perfection!

Revolutionary Jello Shots

Revolutionary Jello Shots

This just might be the pièce de résistance, folks! Not only are these shots super cool to look at, they are just plain boozy fun! Made with vodka-spiked blueberry jello and congealed cream (again, vodka-spiked), these berries are unbelievably irresistible – and quite potent, we might add. Be sure to keep an eye on the little ones. While it might look like a kid-friendly treat, it’s most definitely for grown-ups only! (Get the recipe at tablespoon.com)

Challenge accepted, dear Covid. There just ain’t no stopping us! In this time of corona-fueled uncertainty, we have continued on our constant quest for thirst-quenching delights! We are always more than happy to create or taste new cocktails, after all. Now we challenge y’all to use your imagination and treat those tastebuds to something new. And come time venture out full-force, imbibe vigorously (yet responsibly) to support our local barkeeps.

Have a happy, safe holiday, belles!! 😘🇺🇸🇺🇸

drinkin’ on the job…sippin’ sangriahhhhh

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Our latest TALK Greenville contribution – currently in the June issue…

Well…it has certainly been an interesting couple of months to say the least! “Social distancing” and “sheltering in place” caused quite a few unforeseen challenges – especially in terms of our drinkin’ habits! On one hand, we have been far less social lately with no big weddings, galas, or other shindigs to attend. On the other hand (for some of us), staying home with nothing else to do for weeks on end has driven us to drink a bit more than usual. A belle needs something to look forward to…just sayin’.

We thought we would share what we have found to be an excellent way to drink up any wine you might have left in the cellar…with the potential to serve a crowd (if we ever get to serve a crowd again!).  And – it just happens to be perfect for those hot summer days to come.  Sangria!

First – a bit of history…

Sangria started out of necessity centuries ago as wine, fruits, and spices were mixed into bacteria-filled water.  That little touch of alcohol made the water safe to drink…and the fruits and spices made it tolerable.  The Spanish named it “sangria” (blood) because of the red wine they were using.  These days, under European law, all sangria must be made in Spain or Portugal – but the very best sangrias are made right in your kitchen!

Red, red, sangria…

This is perfect for those who might be trying to avoid too much sugar (can you say quarantine 15?). This particular version uses lemon, lime and orange juices along with agave nectar to add just the right amount of sweetness with a bit less guilt. It sits it the fridge overnight – or you can keep adding to it for weeks on end so that you never run out! Raspberries and sparkling water are added at party time for a surprisingly balanced sweet, savory & fruity elixir.

  • 1 bottle red wine
  • 1 lemon (cut into wedges)
  • 1 lime (cut into wedges)
  • 1 orange (cut into wedges)
  • 1 cup raspberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 1/2 cup agave nectar
  • 2 cups sparkling water (club soda)
  • Pour the wine into a pitcher. Squeeze the juice from the lemon, lime and orange wedges into the wine. Toss the fruit wedges into the pitcher (leaving out the seeds if possible). Add the nectar and stir well. Chill overnight. Add sparkling water and raspberries before serving over ice.

Everything’s coming up rosé…

It’s actually hard to drink rosé ALL day – well, for some, but not all of us! This sangria might make it a bit easier! Simply pour a bottle of dry rosé into a pitcher and add lime juice, sliced strawberries, lemon-lime soda and a bit of sugar. Cut several mint leaves into thin strips and add to the pitcher for a savory, herby touch. The result is a crisp, slightly sweet refresher that is sure to be a crowd-pleaser (again…if crowds are a no-no, just pretend you have friends around and down the whole thing yourself – no one would blame you!)

  • 1 bottle dry Rosé
  • 1 cup strawberries (sliced)
  • 4 cups lemon-lime soda
  • 3 limes (squeeze juice of two limes, keep one lime thinly sliced)
  • 2 – 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 tablespoons mint (fresh)
  • Gather the ingredients. Place sliced strawberries, lime juice, sliced lime and rosé in a pitcher. Cut the mint into thin strips and add to the pitcher. Add the sugar and soda, stir, and serve.

Instant sangria…

In these crazy times, we sometimes need a cocktail that is immediately available to wet our whistles and calm our nerves. This delightful instant sangria only needs a few ingredients and a little freezer time to be ready at a moments notice. Simply freeze blended fruit and ginger ale in ice trays and keep them on hand. Drop them in your favorite red or white wine, stir for a quick bit, and you are well on your way to a refreshing respite from this other world we’ve been living in. And bonus points here…the kiddos can enjoy the little ice pops right from the freezer!

  • 1 lemon
  • 1 lime
  • 1 orange
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1/2 cup strawberries
  • 1/3 c sugar
  • 2 cups ginger ale
  • 1 bottle wine (red or white)
  • Peel the lemon, lime, and orange, removing the seeds. Put the citrus fruits into a blender with the raspberries, strawberries, sugar, and ginger ale. Blend all of the ingredients (except the wine) together, until it is “slushy.” Pour the slush into ice cube trays and freeze. When the mixture is completely frozen, pop the cubes into a plastic freezer bag and keep frozen. At drinkin’ time, pour yourself a glass of wine and plop 3 to 5 Sangria cubes into the glass. Stir and enjoy!

Grab a pitcher and a bottle of wine (your choice) and get busy! We are here for you, belles!!

a&a

local lovin’…shopping edition

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Time to show some local love, belles!!

With all this “sheltering in place”, we are sure thinking of our local business owners and how they must be missing their shoppers!! We couldn’t help but wonder…what on earth can a belle do to help??

Well…we can keep shoppin’ – online, on instagram, by FaceTime, or just a quick call. There are all sorts of ways to break down those “social distancing” barriers!!

We checked with some of our favorite local merchants (and did a bit of shopping ourselves while we were at it) to give you the how-to on scoring some of their spring/summer goodies right from the comfort of your own, personal quarantine spot!

At Monkee’s of the West End one of us scored this cute little number…

The Cherry Dress from Celia B at Monkee’s

You can view Monkee’s inventory (shoes, accessories, clothing, vintage…) and purchase online for pickup at the store or have your goodies shipped. And…at the moment, shoppers get 20% off online purchases, so click away , belles!!

At Twill, we found an excellent assortment of jeans, accessories, and cute summer tops including several like this one by Xirena

The Eden shirt in white from Xirena at Twill

Twill has everything up and running on their website as well, so purchases are super easy! Just click, purchase, done. They offer pick-up, local delivery, and shipping – no excuses.

Muse Shoe Studio is also worthy of some lovin’!

We are all about these cuties…

From Pedro Anton at Muse

They are posting their wares on instagram @museshoestudio and have regular shop hours (Mon – Sat 10-3) to answer calls and fill orders! PLUS…they are also offering 20% OFF all shoes!!

Here’s the “how-to” for quarantine-shopping at Muse…

Next up…Savvy Greenville! Another one of our faves and certainly worthy of some love and attention, Savvy also has their online shopping experience down pat!

One of us nabbed this breezy number

Halsey Vintage Floral Dress in antique white by Pink Chicken at Savvy

We all need a little “retail therapy” as they say!! Savvy is offering free shipping over $100 – so get busy, belles!

Augusta Twenty is also ready and waiting with an excellent online shopping experience! We are all about some Ulla Johnson and they have quite the selection!!

But, why not elevate your lounging look with this kimono by Spell & the Gypsy Collective…

The Hendrix robe from Spell & the Gypsy Collective at August 20

Hop on Augusta Twenty’s website and have some virtual fun!

And downtown, Coleman Collection is full of all kinds of goodies! Jennifer’s website is fully functional and just waiting for your clicks!

And we are diggin’ some of her Coleman Collecton Private Label items like this fun, fancy baby…

One day, we will have the PERFECT event for donning something this fancy…we promise!! (as we sit in our pj’s at 5pm these days)

And for the fellas…

Rush Wilson is a must-do while you are clicking away!

They are offering “virtual shopping” by appointment and “RW Direct” with items curated with the discerning shopper in mind, posted online and ready for purchase (take all or just one or two of the items)…

Above…shirts from H Goose, and Duckhead chinos

Rush has someone always “manning” the store, so get in touch! They would love to hear from you and help in any way!

We know…we know…there are MANY more shops to cover! We will get to them and work to send some clicks their way as well!

For now, you have your shopping work cut out for ya!

a&a

stay fit, healthy & cute while remaining at home

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Hello, stay-at-home belles! While we haven’t been out hitting the stores as much lately – nothing can stop us from some valuable online shopping-

Our latest favorite is from Splits59. The Icon sweatpants are the bomb! They hug you in all the right places but give you the freedom of movement at the same time. A belle can look good and feel good at the same time – just sayin!

How cute -right?!

Available at Shopstyle

Love, love, love

a&a

drinkin’ on the job…wining and dining at Northampton

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from northamptonwineanddine.com

While we are always up for a good cocktail (duh), we took a step away from the hard stuff again this month for our drinkin’adventure, spending a leisurely afternoon with Richard DeBondtat Northampton Wine and Dine. Tucked away under the Church Street bridge near downtown, it’s one of our favorite haunts!

 

from northamptonwineanddine.com

History and experience…a winning combo

The original Northampton opened in 1975 (same year disco arrived on the scene for a bit of trivia) and has been going strong ever since – with a couple of location changes. Richard and Robert Warth were working at Sonny’s Steak House out on Wade Hampton way back then.  Sonny’s had an incredible wine list which sparked their interest.  They opened their own shop, and the rest is history. Richard and David E. Williams own and run the current version with a few more bells and whistles thanprevious iterations.  Still stocking that impressive array of wines, they have been serving up fine food and even selling liquor for nearly 20 years now. Obviously, they know a thing or two about this biz.

As for the drinkin’ part of this assignment, instead of highlighting three different wines – because personal preference is the name of the wine game  we thought we would give you three different reasons to visit this old-school gem…

 

photo by Nathan Gray

By the glass…

 Need to take a quick afternoon break – or occupy yourself for a couple of hours when “consumption” is an option?  There’s a seat at the bar with your name on it.  On any given day, Northampton will have 20+ bottles lined up for your by-the-glass choosing.  And these are not just any old wines  or their attempt at cost-cutting.  Their pour-on-demand bottles are chosen based on their merits and highlight some of the very best of each variety.  It’s like all your favorite candies in a row, just waiting to be savored!

photo by Nathan Gray

You do you

One thing that David and Richard like to focus on in the wine-purchasing area is finding and offering the best of what each distinct wine region has to offer.  They choose to purchase from vineyards who do what they do really well, producing the latest, greatest wines that represent and highlight the nuances of theirarea. Not everyone needs to attempt to produce a Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, or any other variety, just because it might sellkind of the “you do you” of the wine world!

photo by Nathan Gray

20,000 and counting…

Walk in and take a gander.  Those cubbies are stocked to the gills with over 1600 different wines…that’s around 20,000 bottles on hand and ready to be enjoyed!  Stop in and give them an idea of what you might be cravin’ – they’ll have it.  Purchase by the bottle to enjoy with dinner on-site or take it home – or stock up on a couple of cases!  And if you need some coaching, they offer 50-80 wine tastings each year (almost every Friday). We can all stand to learn a thing or two!

The Hot Chili Seafood – from northamptonwineanddine.com

Dine with your wine…

Whether you’re just popping in for a quick bite on the more casual “bar side” or you’re looking for some fine dining on the more “formal” side, you will not be disappointed with their from-scratch, first class menu.  And if you want to bring a real crowd, their private room seats up to 40!  Regardless of the size of your party, the wine makes it more intimate.  The sharing of a bottle – and the chatter surrounding it – just brings folks together.

Open every day except Sunday, Northampton definitely has its “regulars”, but they are always happy to make new friends!  And one special note for this month in particular…it’s a great spot to consider when planning that romantic evening with yoursweetheart come the fourteenth – hint, hint.  

Northampton Wine and Dine . 211A E. Broad Street .  Greenville . (864)271-3919 www.northamptonwineanddine.com

drinkin’ on the job…somethin’s brewin’

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From thomascreekbeer.com

This month’s cocktailin’ adventure involves no fancy flourishes or complicated concoctions.  We headed out to visit Terri and Tom Davis at Thomas Creek Brewery for a super relaxed brew-tasting experience…and ended up with a surprise or two.  One of us has simply never developed a taste for beer…and has, therefore, never, ever drunk a whole beer in her life.  Well…never say never!  This chick got her brew-groove on in a big way and is now totally on the Thomas Creek band wagon!

When bacteria is your friend…

So what could cause a non-beer-drinkin’ gal to fall in love with what – for all intents and purposes – is a “beer”? Terri, in all her infinite brewing wisdom and experience, explains that dedicated wine drinkers are usually the biggest fans of a good sour.  A sour is made with wild bacteria and yeasts, while beers are made in sterile environments with specific yeast strains.  Thus, in this case, bacteria rocks!  Dedicated beer fans tend to enjoy the unusual flavors in a sour while those who typically don’t take tobeer at all are pleasantly surprised by its kinder, gentler side.

We did some sampling…here’s how it went…

 

Photo by Nathan Gray

Feelin’ Berry Peachy…

This beer is the lightest of all our samplings. It’s important to note if you are tastetesting, start with this one or you won’t be able to taste its subtle undertones. A touch of blueberry adds some tartness, peaches add a sweet nuance and there is a hint of saltiness on the back end which we thoroughly enjoyed.

 

Photo by Nathan Gray

Okusamathundaluka…

This nitro’s name means cherry in Zulu. True to one of these belles South African roots, it was an obvious choice both in name and flavor. Distinct but not overpowering, hints of cherry come to the forefront as you sip this creamy, delish, surprisingly dark creation.  The name came a long time before the actual brew. We can firmly say this one was worth the wait!

 

Photo by Nathan Gray

Sour IPA…

Third up on the agenda was the Sour IPA which is a pretty doggone perfect brew!  It melds a sour and an ipa in a very balanced fashion..no easy task in the brewing business. This beer (along with pretty much any beverage on the menu) would be perfect with what claims to be the worlds best Reuben (the key is a mix of pastrami and corned beefwhat else would we expect from these masters of blending?). 

Photo by Nathan Gray

Deep Water Stout…

The Deep Water Stout was the last, but in no way the least, masterpiece we tasted.  Folks often equate a dark beer with a very heavy finish and a strong bitter taste. Not here!  Roasted barley is what makes it a stout with a slight hint of coffee flavor. Malt creates the color and adds no bitterness. We found this to be our surprise favorite of the lot, but they are all winners in our book!  (And our book is getting pretty big…just sayin)

Photo by Nathan Gray

What’s cookin

After operating Thomas Creek for a full 20 years, Terri and Tom decided to take it a step further in January of 2019 with the opening of their kitchen.  Now they are serving up some pretty substantial nibbles to accompany the brews!  We are saving up on our calorie and carb counts so that we can treat ourselves to “Peggy’s Poutot’” (tater tots topped with cheese curds and brown gravy) and maybe a pizza or two. And if the smoker is goin’ the chopped pork is to-die-for!!

Whether you are heading out there for a quick sip or planning an event, don’t hesitate for even a sec!  Their indoor and outdoor spaces work beautifully for casual events, and they are almost always open.  No excuses…just go!

Open Sunday 1-8pm and Mon-Sat 10am-8pm

Thomas Creek Brewery . 2054 Piedmont Highway . Greenville . (864)605-1166 . thomascreekbeer.com

 

what’s ringin’ our belle…round 142

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Some great beauty tips we hadn’t heard before …

Via the The Sunday girl

We don’t like burpees …we’re diggin’ these other Options via Popsugar

The devil itself…

Image via Pinterest

The absolute best way to cook bacon…..

Via Food52

How to keep those pesky mosquitoes from biting

Via The Atlantic

Doesn’t this sound delish ?

Via Halfbakedharvest

Have a belle-ringin’ week!

a&a

drinkin’ on the job…all “burrowed” in

There’s a new haunt on Augusta Street, and we are hooked!  Located in the all fixed-up old Gregory’s Laundry & Cleaners space, The Burrow at Augusta has created quite the stir in these parts.  With a dual meaning to its name  “borough” or neighborhood of a large city and “burrow” or safe haven/home for a small animal  there’s brilliance in the concept!  From comfy, cavernous booths to an abundance of tables for two (or pull them together for a crowd – inside and out) to a single perch at the bar, there’s a place for just about anyone to burrow in!

from theburrowgville.com

These folks know a thing or two…

The Burrow might be the new kid on Augusta Street, but it has some serious culinary chops behind it.  Owner Josh Beeby has been around the block a few times with his other two über-popular establishments downtown, Trappe Door and Barley’s Taproom.   This time around, Beeby wanted a place that would attract the neighborhood with a casual, laid-back vibe and an inventive menu focusing on quality food and beverages…and that’s where we come in!  We tried a few for ya…

photo by Nathan Gray

The Conejo Picante

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and when you wrap your hand round this cocktail, you will heartily agree. Shades of fall are abundant in this persimmoncolored libation featuring Milagro Reposado, carrot juice, cayenne and agave nectar.  Served in a crystal old fashioned glass, it’s easy on the eyes and good for ‘em too. But watch yourself…order too many andyou’ll be seeing double!

 

photo by Nathan Gray

The Tequila Smash…

In honor of Halloween, we’ve nicknamed this beauty the Monster Mash!Milagro Reposado, strawberry, lemon, basil and honey come together to create a giant dose of deliciousness served cold in a stemmed glass. Get your blood going with this unique and delectable concoction that strikes the perfect balance between sweet and tart.

photo by Nathan Gray

 

The Walking Dead…

This will be the best looking walking dead you’ve ever seen, and you will definitely not want to turn and head in another direction! The Burrow macerates pineapple with vinegar to make their own shrub, then adds their homemade orgeat (almond syrup), dehydrated mint, black tea, and their special rum blend to create this beauty. Take one sip and you’ll be wishing for the zombie acopalyse so you can order another round!

 

photo by Nathan Gray

Fire it up

If it’s a savory bite you’re after, we’ve found the place!  There’s an abundance of delicious wood-fired dishes rolling out of The Burrow’s kitchen, thanks to the enormous open-fire grill. Roasted pork belly, steak, ribs and wings are sure to please the carnivores among us while the pescatarians can have a go at the poke, octopus and the whole fried fish.  And we are hearing thatred beans and rice (from a special family recipe) are already making a name for themselves…a must-try in our opinion!

 

photo by Nathan Gray

Young and old, singles and families, good friends and neighbors, you’ll find ‘em all at The Burrow.

Open 3-5 p.m. daily for bar service and snacks; 5-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday for dinner; 5-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday for dinner; and brunch 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

The Burrow . 2017A Augusta Street . Greenville . 864-412-8677 . theburrowgville.com