Category archives for: Greenville

Greenville, SC: Humane Society hosts dog-friendly festival Saturday

(Photo via Greenville Humane Society Facebook page.)

Featuring live music, local food and craft beers, “Woofstock” will be held from noon to 6 p.m. onWatson-Aviation Road in Greenville. Dogs are invited, but they must be on leashes.

Greenville, SC: Greenville Humane Society to Host Concert for People, Dogs

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The Upstate is about to rock and roll on Saturday with a huge concert to support the Greenville Humane Society.

Greenville, SC: Hundreds Rally; City Now Says Food Truck Rules ‘Likely To Evolve

City promises to work with public on proposed ordinance

Regulating a town that is supposedly going to be the new foodie town of the South doesn’t seem along the lines with everything the magazines have been saying lately

Greenville, SC: Protest Planned To Cook Up Support For Greenville Food Trucks

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The protest comes in light of a new proposal that would allow the trucks in Greenville’s downtown area, but keep them at least 250 feet away from existing restaurants. The proposal was made by a committee, formed by the city several months ago to look at the new industry.

Greenville, SC: Editorial – Give Food Trucks A Place in City

Mobile restaurateurs seek a place downtown: Proposed rules changes in Greenville could mean food trucks would not be allowed downtown.

Greenville has spent a lot of time and taken much care in creating a downtown that has become the gathering place of the Upstate and is nationally revered as a successful city center with one of the South’s best restaurant scenes. That success needs to be protected.

Greenville, SC: Hundreds Expected At Food Truck Rally; Guest Chefs Join In

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An event hosted by an avant-garde Greenville restaurant in support of food trucks is expected to draw hundreds of people and will feature guests chefs from out of state.

Greenville, SC: Food Truck Scene Finds Unique Vibe with Arts, Craft Beer Fans

Lauren Zanardelli and Graham Foster are the owners of Neue Southern.

Restaurants may have customers, but food trucks have groupies. And no wonder: Gourmet food on the move, from sustainable local sources, and at reasonable prices? Bring it on.

Greenville, SC: Greenville City Council Presents New Food Truck Regulations

Owners of Neue Southern Lauren Zanardelli and Graham Foster, along with employee Jared Crane, serve up lunch in the parking lot in front of Community Tap on Wade Hampton Boulevard on Tuesday, October 23, 2012. / MYKAL McELDOWNEY/Staff

Food trucks would not be allowed on City-owned property including parks and plazas unless approved as part of a permitted event

Greenville, SC: Food Trucks Bring Interesting Dining to the Upstate

Taste of the Bayou food truck in New York City
Credits: Donald Bowers/ Getty Images for History's Swamp People

The flexibility and mobility of food trucks make them the answer

Greenville, SC: New Regulations on the Table for Greenville Food Trucks

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Getting a truck up and running now, vendors say, is a process loaded with red tape