Fall for Greenville arrives Columbus Day weekend
October 1, 2013 by Sarah
This month, Fall for Greenville will fill Main Street from one end to the other with a variety of food items and musical delights. No doubt the town is using banner printing to announce this event to residents and those in the surrounding communities, so that many people can attend.
There will be more than 40 of the finest restaurants in Greenville showcasing almost 200 of their menu items. A selection of the restaurants includes Grille 33 with its doughnut burger and pimento cheese Angus burger; Larkin’s on the River serving She-Crab soup and four cheese baked macaroni; YAP! offering Kuala Lumpur ribs and Malaysian chicken satay with peanut sauce, and The Chocolate Moose serving a range of cupcakes.
Participating restaurants will be judged by professional chefs and food critics, and the winners of the U.S. Food Service Silver Spoon Awards will be announced during the event.
There will also be live entertainment at many venues throughout town, and this will include Robert Randolph and the Family Band; the Soulfeathers; Darby Wilcox from Greenville; The Clemson Jazz Combo; and the Out-of-Towners.
The event itself is free but Taste Tickets are required for the purchase of food and beverages. Parking is also free at two locations, with shuttle service available to the downtown area.
Several beneficiaries make the event possible and some of them include Hands-on Greenville; Red Shoe Society in support of The Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas; Surgeons for Sight, and Boy Scout Troop 60.
The event starts on Friday, October 11, running through Sunday, October 13.