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1. a feeling of intense excitement & happiness
2. Greenville’s premier food, wine & music festival, dedicated to celebrating Greenville’s culinary and music arts scene, while giving back to the community
What began in Greenville, SC as an idea between a restaurateur and musician has now grown into one of the Southeast’s signature food, wine and music events.
Upstate on the Upswing — Greenville, South Carolina, is a big little town tucked in the folds of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Imagine biking through the Tuscan countryside and staying at a stylish auberge, where the pasta is homemade and the wine cave is deep—in the Blue Ridge foothills.
Banner Elk, a popular getaway in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, is a place that blends outdoor adventure and resort town relaxation with award-winning cuisine.
Charleston’s newest hotel, Emeline provides a respite for the savvy traveler.
Once known only as a destination for Southern comfort classics, like barbecue and meat-and-threes, in recent years Birmingham has become a hotspot for rising chefs, adventurous eaters, and an evolving craft beer scene.
Oxford, Mississippi, is that kind of small Southern city that makes you want to bury your nose into a book. And Oxford’s food scene has something for everyone.
A waterfront town of about five thousand people, Orange Beach is ready for a comeback.
Head to the Florida Panhandle for pristine gulf-coast fare, sugar-white beaches, and stellar sunsets at every turn. Each town has its own unique personality.