A small plate is prepared at Breakwater. (March 20, 2014/FOX Carolina)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -
With so many popular and delicious dining options across the Upstate, an upcoming food tour of Greenville offers diners with the chance to sample smaller plates from several restaurants.
The Greenville Small Plate Crawl offers diners a chance to save some money and some room as they enjoy small plates from 24 restaurants along the crawl in Greenville and Travelers Rest.
The event runs Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Participants just need to print their event passport, then take it with them to all of the restaurants they want to visit during the three-day crawl. Click here to find the passport online.
Crawlers travel from restaurant to restaurant, purchasing plates priced from $3 to $8 at the following restaurants:
The Lazy Goat
Oil & Vinegar
Pomegranate on Main
The Trappe Door
Trio Brick Oven Cafe
Tupelo Honey Cafe
The Forest Coffeehouse
Curious what delicious dishes will be up for grabs? Then visit greenvillesmallplatecrawl.com for menus, event times, information on prizes and more.
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