Monthly Archives: November 2015

Opening/Closing/Remodels and Cheesecake!

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(AND MORE!)

It looks like the Chop Chop Grill will be opening on November 30. They are located in the former Corona’s on Wade Hampton Blvd. Can’t find much online information about them though. So if anyone has any drop us a line or comment below the post!

Also, the Dickie’s BBQ in Greer is closing/relocating this weekend. Not sure where they are going but their road sign indicates they are relocating after being in Taylors for the past 6 years.

And finally the Arby’s down WHB in Greer is now open after a remodel.

Oh, and a co-worker went to The Cheesecake Factory in Charlotte last weekend and the manager told her that they’re building one in Greenville. So there you go for TCF rumors! 🙂

And on top of all this info is this awesome round-up from Upstate Business Journal!

Have a great Thanksgiving and stay safe if you’re out traveling and shopping. Looks like 2016 is going to be an awesome restaurant year!

 

Coming Soon: The Toss Pizza Pub (Downtown Greenville)

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(not Toss Pizza logo but South Ridge logo)

In the upcoming South Ridge condo + retail area will be a new Pizza restaurant concept called Toss Pizza Pub.

The Toss Pizza Pub will become the 350-unit luxury apartment community’s largest tenant, the developer of the project announced today.

The restaurant will be owned and operated by Greenville’s Jacob Billingsley, who also owns blueberryfrog and Gringo’s Cantina.

Toss will go into the project’s biggest retail space – 4,000 square feet located next to Biscuit Head – and will feature artisan wood-fired pizza and a full-service bar.

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Coming Soon: Augusta Grill (Greenville)

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Earlier this year Stax Seafood Grill closed down their restaurant that was located across from the Haywood Mall. That location will soon be the second location for Augusta Grill, another Greenville-based chain.

Augusta Grill, which has operated on Augusta Street for more than 20 years, is opening its second location, to be known as Haywood Grill.

Work is underway on the interior to remake the decor and atmosphere into something similar to Augusta Grill, said co-owner Curtis Flint.

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No ETA on their opening as of yet but it’s estimated pretty ‘soon’ according to the article above.