Greenville SC’s culinary scene is red hot according to visiting writers and publications like The New York Times and Cooking with Paula Dean magazine. Greenville SC has earned 79 media stories during the second quarter of 2018 and 33 media stores during the third quarter of 2018.
The September issue of Raleigh magazine highlighted Greenville SC as a “getaway.” The article stated that our onetime industrial town has transformed itself into a mecca of fine eateries, upscale hotels, hip breweries and has become a destination for arts and cultural activities.
Modern day Greenville SC has become greener over the years by adding beautiful parks and greenspaces between its buildings. There is also a gorgeous view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Although our city is growing, it remains a good example of southern hospitality.
Southern Living talked about the “11 Mountain Girlfriend Getaways to Take This Fall” in their online article. Although they talk about other places, they mention Greenville SC as a girl’s mountain weekend with an urban twist. Head out for the day to enjoy outdoor adventures and then return to your cozy comforts in downtown Greenville SC. They talk about having a life-changing meal at Soby’s specializing in southern classics with a modern twist.
Hertz.com reports that Greenville SC is #5 in their Guide to America’s 10 Greenest Cities. Noting that pedestrians and bikers rave about the Swamp Rabbit Trail which takes you 20 miles along the river past the zoo to the college. They also mention the waterfall downtown which we all know resides in Falls Park with the sky bridge.
Forbes magazine calls Greenville SC “a trend-setting market with the power of retail mix.” They call Greenville SC the fourth fastest-growing city in the country. Noting that there are several mixed-use projects in Greenville SC and the surrounding communities. They also noted a Topgolf is coming to our area. The Greenville SC building will have 72 hitting bays.
Orbitz online magazine talks about how Greenville SC is one of the best places for a bachelorette party. With a very walkable downtown and 120 restaurants and bars scattered throughout. Or rent bicycles from Pedal Chic and hop on the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
So, it seems our small town is getting lots of attention around the country as a place to live, visit and vacation. Make sure you get out and enjoy some of the mentions in this post and give a nod to the publications that are putting Greenville SC on the map!
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