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    The Westin Poinsett Hotel

    Greenville, United States


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    Pedal Chic
    651 South Main Street
    Greenville, United States
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    A Bicycle Built for You
    By Cara Harris

    Greenville's growing association with biking—both road bike racing as well as pleasure cruising—has led to a culture of healthy, fun living. Pedal Chic helps you pursue this lifestyle with custom bikes, accessories, and riding wear. The shop also offers bike rentals for a day of peddling on the nearby Swamp Rabbit Trail. Call ahead to make your reservation, then coast down Main Street to start your trail adventure.

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    We Took To the Woods
    106 E Stone Ave
    Greenville, United States
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    Antiques and Interior Beauty
    By Cara Harris

    This is a favorite periodical shop that opens seasonally. We Took to the Woods is an intricately curated array of antiques and interior beauty. From luxurious tartan textiles to antique wood and glass, this shop carries everything required to pull off rustic charm in your decor.

    They also offer classes in floral arrangement and other activities throughout the season. Check their Facebook page for times. If you're in Greenville, SC don’t miss out on something this fantastic!

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    Spiritex
    123 North Main Street
    Greenville, United States
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    Organic Southern Cotton
    By Cara Harris

    Husband and wife team, Daniel and Marylou Sanders, built Spiritex out of their desire for sustainable, organic clothing and home goods. Their cotton is grown, spun, and woven in the United States.

    Blankets made in Greenville, SC hearken back to the early 1900s when this city was known as the "Textile Capital of the World." Today those mills are gone or converted into loft apartments, but Spiritex is taking steps to ensure that high quality, locally made products are still available in the region.

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    Coffee & Crema
    2 North Main Street
    Greenville, United States
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    Little Cafe
    By Cara Harris

    The locals know where to turn for their morning brew. Coffee & Crema only serves up the best: local organic milk, handmade syrups, and beans roasted to order in the Southeast.
    Currently open in two locations—the more recent of which is literally a hole in the wall where an ATM once stood—Coffee & Crema is looking to expand. Keep an eye out for new locations but in the meantime you can get your fix from these self-proclaimed coffee geeks.

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    Coffee Underground
    1 East Coffee Street
    Greenville, United States
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    Treasures Lie Below
    By Cara Harris

    After a full day of exploring Main Street, duck into Coffee Underground for a relaxing beverage. As the name implies, this cozy hangout is reached by descending a flight of stairs. Below street level you’ll be greeted and shown to one of the comfortable rooms. The Red Room is good if you’re in the mood for a cocktail or want a quiet corner to recap your day. Try a pint of Thomas Creek Red from the local Thomas Creek Brewery. With hot and frozen cocktail options, Coffee Underground has you covered no matter the season.

    Coffee Underground has been curbing Greenville's caffeine cravings for 14 years with their organic fair-trade coffee. Try the Snow Fox white chocolate and mint latte.

    (Make sure you check their calendar—the Coffee Underground Theater has a regular schedule of musicians and comedians to discover.)

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    Grill Marks
    209 South Main Street
    Greenville, United States
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    Not Your Average Burger
    By Cara Harris

    Try a new take on an American classic. Alterations such as coffee and peppercorn encrusted patties, red wine compound butter, and grilled pineapple ensure this isn't your typical burger joint.
    A wide drink menu includes another twist on American fare. Grill Mark's "Shake Tails" make your standard milkshake more exciting. Try the Moonshine Milkshake—a nod to our region's past.

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    Strossner's Bakery
    21 Roper Mountain Road
    Greenville, United States
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    Quiche & Cakes
    By Cara Harris

    This local bakery has been a Greenville, SC go-to spot for birthday cakes and other treats for more than 60 years. They are most known for their quiches and their cakes. The pastry menu changes seasonally so check back any time of the year for something tasty and new.

    You can stop in for lunch or a pastry and even pick up a stunning bouquet at the florist shop inside. Don't miss this delicious Greenville tradition!

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    Little Free Library
    322-398 West Park Avenue
    Greenville, United States
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    A Good Book to Go
    By Cara Harris

    A trip is a great opportunity to catch up on all that reading you’ve been meaning to do. The Little Free Library is the best place for travelers passing through to refresh their material. No library card or local address required—simply take a book and leave a book. The stock is always changing so you never know what you might find. Road trips and airport delays don’t stand a chance against a good book!

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    Greenville County Museum of Art
    420 College Street
    Greenville, United States
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    American Masters in the Upstate
    By Cara Harris

    Located in the popular Heritage Green district of downtown Greenville, the art museum houses a robust collection of American art. The museum's permanent collection of Andrew Wyeth watercolors and Jasper Johns prints and paintings make the place an artistic destination in the South. Greenville's multitude of art students benefit from these works as well as the museum's regular exhibitions.

    One highlight of the year is the annual Antiques, Fine Art & Design Weekend. Dealers from across the U.S. gather to put on this exciting event each October.

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    Lake Conestee Nature Park
    601 Fork Shoals Road
    Greenville, United States
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    Early Morning Nature Walk
    By Cara Harris

    Home to beavers and blue herons, Conestee Nature Park is a delightful place to interact with Greenville's lush natural surroundings. Forested trails and raised boardwalks over marshy lowland guarantee close interaction with nature.

    On one particularly early morning run, I surprised a trio of white-tailed deer, who immediately splashed off through the marsh. The park's paved and dirt trails make communing with nature possible by bike or by foot.

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    Pedal Chic
    651 South Main Street
    Greenville, United States
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    A Bicycle Built for You
    By Cara Harris

    Greenville's growing association with biking—both road bike racing as well as pleasure cruising—has led to a culture of healthy, fun living. Pedal Chic helps you pursue this lifestyle with custom bikes, accessories, and riding wear. The shop also offers bike rentals for a day of peddling on the nearby Swamp Rabbit Trail. Call ahead to make your reservation, then coast down Main Street to start your trail adventure.

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    Grill Marks
    209 South Main Street
    Greenville, United States
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    Not Your Average Burger
    By Cara Harris

    Try a new take on an American classic. Alterations such as coffee and peppercorn encrusted patties, red wine compound butter, and grilled pineapple ensure this isn't your typical burger joint.
    A wide drink menu includes another twist on American fare. Grill Mark's "Shake Tails" make your standard milkshake more exciting. Try the Moonshine Milkshake—a nod to our region's past.

    Read More
    Greenville County Museum of Art
    420 College Street
    Greenville, United States
    Show Map
    American Masters in the Upstate
    By Cara Harris

    Located in the popular Heritage Green district of downtown Greenville, the art museum houses a robust collection of American art. The museum's permanent collection of Andrew Wyeth watercolors and Jasper Johns prints and paintings make the place an artistic destination in the South. Greenville's multitude of art students benefit from these works as well as the museum's regular exhibitions.

    One highlight of the year is the annual Antiques, Fine Art & Design Weekend. Dealers from across the U.S. gather to put on this exciting event each October.

    Read More
    Greenville County Museum of Art
    420 College Street
    Greenville, United States
    Show Map
    American Masters in the Upstate
    By Cara Harris

    Located in the popular Heritage Green district of downtown Greenville, the art museum houses a robust collection of American art. The museum's permanent collection of Andrew Wyeth watercolors and Jasper Johns prints and paintings make the place an artistic destination in the South. Greenville's multitude of art students benefit from these works as well as the museum's regular exhibitions.

    One highlight of the year is the annual Antiques, Fine Art & Design Weekend. Dealers from across the U.S. gather to put on this exciting event each October.

    Read More

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