Spotlight on Greenville:: Fall for Greenville Festival

Posted by Megan Keisling on Oct 10, 2013 9:00:00 AM

    

It's October in Greenville and you know what that means. The annual Fall for Greenville festival is upon us. This weekend, over 40 of Greenville's finest restaurants will showcase some of their most popular menu items giving patrons a chance to taste our town.

 

Spotlight on Greenville:: Fall for Greenville Festival

You'll enjoy tantilizing tastes and mouthwatering aromas from one end of Main Street in downtown Greenville to the other. Try new and exciting menu items or indulge in some of your favorites at each booth.

Among the line-up of restaurants participating in this year's festival are 21 East, Larkin's on the River, Passerelle Bistro, Roost, Smoke on the Water, Soby's New South Cuisine, and The Trappe Door along with many more. Visit the festival's Web site for a full listing of restaurants and menu items.

Fall For Greenville Festival

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In addition to the delectable food, the festival will feature free musical entertainment on five different stages all weekend long. Enjoy the sounds of the Kopecky Family Band, Moon Taxi and Robert Randolph & the Family Band among others. From rock to country and jazz to blues there's a wide variety of styles for everyone to enjoy. For a full lineup and schedule of entertainment, visit the listen tab on the festival's Web site.

The festival will also include opportunities to learn about various beers and wine and watch regional and local chefs showase their culinary skills and learn a few recipes to take home and try.

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Fall for Greenville takes place this weekend so be sure to visit downtown to participate in all the activities. Festival hours are Friday, October 11 from 5-11pm, Saturday, October 12 from 11am-9pm and Sunday, October 13 from noon-7pm. 

While you are downtown this weekend, be sure to come down to the West End to Postcard from Paris' downtown boutique to browse our dinnerware collections and kitchen accessories to further top off your culinary experience. We'll be open Friday and Saturday from 10am-5pm and Sunday from 1pm-5pm. Feel free to contact us with questions.

For more information about Fall for Greenville, be sure to check out their Web site.

Topics: greenville, seasonal

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