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!
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.
“For the fourth year in a row, Greenbrier Farms will host a one-of-a-kind on-farm culinary spectacular that is as delicious as it is fun and also raises money for a very important local cause.”
“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.”
“We’ve all reached the point of fullness—in the aftermath of a Thanksgiving feast, happy hour or even a particularly fibrous salad—where the hardware on our jeans starts to cut into the skin. The discomfort endures until you make it home and pop open the button for sweet relief. I’ve always found denim uncomfortable and constraining—until…
“Veteran Euphoria attendees know it’s important to pace themselves to make it all the way to Sunday because that 11 a.m. brunch and the Sunday Supper later are not to be missed. And to be clear, that’s no easy task with all the eating and sipping opportunities. But, it can be done.”