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Southern Soul, Local Flavors

Atlanta’s Waiting on Martha blogger and shop curator Mandy Kellogg Rye traveled to Greenville, South Carolina, with G&G to experience the city’s culinary hot spots, distinctive local shops, and everything in between. Click through these photos—from a drool-worthy breakfast at Biscuit Head to handcrafted pasta at The Anchorage—to get a glimpse into the perfect two-day trip to one of the South’s top food destinations. See Mandy’s full trip recap on her website here.

Photos by Kathryn McCrary

In partnership with Visit Greenville.

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Start the morning with a Mimosa Fried Chicken Biscuit at Biscuit Head.

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Browse through the denim selection at Beija Flor, a women’s clothing store started by a mother-daughter duo.

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Find the perfect read at M. Judson Booksellers—an independent hub for readers and culture seekers.

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A delicious lunch of flat-iron steak and mac and cheese is made to please at the fast-casual Golden Brown & Delicious, otherwise known as GB&D.

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The Village Grind provides an afternoon caffeine fix, with selections from piping hot tea to a latte infused with homemade syrup.

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Head to UP on the Roof in downtown Greenville for appetizers, cocktails, and amazing views.

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Indulge in fresh homemade pasta at The Anchorage, a neighborhood restaurant that serves locally sourced cuisine.

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Begin day two at Tandem Crêperie to try one of the many sweet or savory crepes offered on its menu.

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Experience the charm of downtown Greenville during an exploratory walk around the city.

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An impressive charcuterie and cheese selection can be found at Caviar and Bananas, making it a perfect stop for lunch.

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Joe’s Place, a new and used bookstore that features local art and a wine bar, is the go-to spot for bookworms and art enthusiasts alike.

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Grab a beer and work on your strike at Stone Pin Company, a boutique bowling alley with an impressive food and drink selection.

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Wrap up the day with dinner at Husk, which offers an ever-changing menu of refined Southern plates and top-notch hospitality.

photo: Kathryn McCrary

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