After three years of offering culinary tours, Greenville History Tours owner John Nolan is introducing a food-themed walking program with a pronounced Southern accent.
“There’s nothing like it in the Carolinas,” he promises.
The newly-announced two-hour tour will feature samples of lowcountry cooking, New Orleans cuisine and barbecue from High Cotton, Ford’s Oyster House & Cajun Kitchen and Smoke on the Water. Continue reading
Charleston Moves is looking for local residents to support its mobility mission by sitting still and drinking beer.
For the fourth year, the bike advocacy group is hosting New Belgium Brewing’s Clips Film & Beer Tour, featuring short films projected on an inflatable outdoor screen and up to 18 beers available for sampling. Entry to the Sept. 26 event in Marion Square is free, but beer will be sold through a token system.
“Everyone will tell you that this event is lots of fun,” organizer Pat Sullivan says. Continue reading