Today is PI day (3.14) and a new choice is now in Greenville – World Piece in the Westone center is now open and serves Chicago Style Pizza as shown in the photo. This is definitely a different type of pizza, so World Piece also serves traditional pizza, burgers and wings.
Moe’s Original Bar-B-Que is now open in the Westone center on West Stone Avenue. There is an outside fire pit to allow outdoor seating on chilly days.
The Lost Cajun now has a downtown location as a great place to celebrate Mardi Gras.
This icon from the past appears in front of the Riverside Family Restaurant on Cedar Lane Road.
Some of the decorations at Green Lettuce USA, a Mediterranean restaurant in the West End.
The Yee Haw Brewing Co is open on McBee Avenue, in the North of Broad district. The outdoor courtyard is a lively place in the evening.
The Tandem creperie and coffeehouse in Travelers Rest.
A view of the outdoor dining area of the Sidewall Pizza Company in Travelers Rest. This is Sidewall Pizza Company’s first location in the building which had been a tire shop, thus leading to the name “Sidewall Pizza”.
D’Allesandro’s Pizza on Mohawk Drive in the North Main area is now open. They have these clever pizza peels on each table that fold down to serve pizza or drinks. Each is decorated with its own artwork on the bottom side. Pizza Peel – wooden paddle, normally used to place into the oven.
The Chicora Alley restaurant on North Main Street in Mauldin.