Craft Axe Throwing: "It's a great first date for the ladies because if a man cannot competently throw an axe, it might be an indicator about his prowess at changing tires and other essential skills he should possess."
The Firmament: "Approach from I-85 or Garlington Road to minimize you Woodruff Road experience."
After dark, the heart of the action is in Greenville's downtown and West End districts. Busy bars line the streets, so there's no shortage of spots to mingle, throw down some drinks or catch the latest game on TV. Many of the city's restaurants have awesome bars, where locals kick back after work and enjoy the high-end atmosphere of spots like High Cotton without the pricey meal. Beer connoisseurs enjoy the variety of good brews on Main Street - places such as Liberty Taproom, Blue Ridge Brewing Company and Barley's Taproom - while oenophiles dig Northampton Wine Café. Music fans flock to Smiley's Acoustic Cafe, Brown Street, or the Handlebar for the latest blues, rock, indie, folk or bluegrass concert. Theater is also alive and well, with everything from touring sellouts at The Peace Center to highly praised local productions at The Warehouse Theater, Greenville's Little Theater, or Center Stage.
A longtime travel journalist, Libby chose her beautiful city after a nationwide search for a new hometown. Greenville's amazing downtown, four mild seasons, varied terrain, friendly residents and countless nearby waterfalls made it a winner.
Libby previously spent 20 years in Florida, what she calls “the only place in the world where you drive north to reach the... Read More