Fall for Greenville One Bite at a Time

A shortage of restaurants does not exist in the Upstate. New ones are constantly popping up and I can’t keep up.  Like most cities we have Restaurant Week as a way to try out new spots, but my favorite way to experience our food scene is through the 3-day food festival, Fall for Greenville. Our family has been attending the festival for years and we’re never disappointed. There is a wide variety or restaurant choices from Greenville classics like Larkin’s on the River and Soby’s, newcomers like The Anchorage and everything in between.

It’s so much fun, we even have a family member who has been joining us every year for the past couple years. Fall for Greenville has something for everyone.  In addition to the food, there is a kids’ area that RJ loves, a line up of live bands throughout the weekend and wine and beer are available.

 

Each menu item from the restaurants are worth a set number of tickets, anywhere from 2-8. The tickets can be purchased at various locations along the street and are $5 for a sheet of 8. Our family of 3 ran through 64 tickets, some of which were used for RJ to ride the rides in the kids’ area.

 


 

Do you and your family attend a food festival in your city? 

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