This blue tree is located outside the new Stone Avenue Pizza Company restaurant. Everyone gets a kick out of it, especially children.
The Stone Pizza Company is now open on the corner of Stone and Park Avenue, specializing in the first and only certified Neopolitan pizza in Greenville. The building was extensively remodeled to become an ideal neighborhood pizza hangout.
A mild afternoon at One City Plaza.
The area under the Church Street bridge has been redone with landscaping and a path to connect residential living areas to the other amenities coming to the “North of Broad” district on East McBee Avenue.
This mural is seen in the stairwell of the Ink n Ivy restaurant on Coffee Street in Greenville.
The Synergy Mill on the west side of Greenville is a work space to share the tools of a high tech workshop: 3d printer, laser etching, woodworking tools, etc, as well as network with people of similar interests.
It takes a lot of work to keep the downtown parks looking neat. Here a worker finishes some details in Falls Park.
The Menkoi Udon and Soba restaurant is now open on North Main Street across from the Hyatt. These flags advertise the restaurant location, much like traditional noodle houses in Japan that display a flag when they are open.
These flags advertise “Udon”, but happen to be backwards in this photo (for those who can read Japanese).
This chalk tribute to President’s day on Mount Rushmore is part of this month’s chalk art at the Aloft Hotel in Greenville.
The Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery has added a Pizza oven with a Pizza menu on weekends. Made from locally sourced ingredients, many customers are big fans of “Swamp Pizza”.