“Hey, Greenville. We need to talk. It’s about something serious… brunch. That’s right, the best meal of any mid-morning or early afternoon. At the risk of inciting a full-fledged feeding frenzy, here’s our starter guide to enjoying some great sunrise sustenance.”
Condé Nast Traveler name Crafted at NOSE DIVE the best in Greenville for a night-cap.
“Whether it’s happy hour with friends or the culmination of a date-night downtown, these Greenville bars and restaurants offer signature settings in which to partake in creative libations while reveling in the city’s unique brand of Southern hospitality.”
“Greenville, South Carolina, might not be on every epicure’s list (yet), but it’s only a matter of time. It’s currently touted as an emerging food-driven city, following in the culinary footsteps of Charleston.”
“A small town of just under 70,000 people, tucked into the Appalachian foothills, Greenville might not be the most obvious choice for a weekend getaway. But over the last few years, it’s become a word-of-mouth favorite among travelers in the know.”
“You know that feeling you get when you’re thrown back into reality after a fabulous vacation? That’s how I feel on the Monday after Euphoria, Greenville’s Food and Wine Festival!”
“In Greenville, South Carolina, Crafted at Nose Dive’s head mixologist Walker Pickering notes that ‘a cocktail is lot like a relationship—the less complicated it is, the more enjoyable it will be.'”
“Euphoria officially kicked off with a bang at the Old Cigar Warehouse Thursday night, where local chefs, including Sean Brock and Jon Buck of Husk Greenville, showed off their skills in the Greenville Kickoff Party.” (Photo by Heath Clark)
Nose Dive’s Candied Bacon Brownie was one of the 25 most amazing bacon dishes according to cheapism.com blog writer Mia Taylor.