Swampies in the News: 20 Questions with Mary and Jac

The Greenville News recently sat down with Mary and Jac for their monthly “20 Questions” feature. Read what these entrepreneurs and mamas had to say right here!
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Swampies in the News: Project Host Benefit Dinner

On Thursday May 28, the Cafe & Grocery hosted a farm to table dinner. Chef Tobin Simpson and his staff and students from the Project Host C.C. Pearce Culinary School prepared the courses using Greenbrier Farms pork tenderloin and a rainbow of local, seasonal, sustainably-grown produce. We packed our upstairs – due to an unexpected rainstorm – with 53 dinner guests who rolled with the punches and enjoyed themselves thoroughly. All proceeds from the dinner were donated to Project Host to further the work of their culinary school, soup kitchen, school lunch program, and garden.

Read the full story here.Ph_plated

Swampies in the News: Fodor’s Best Urban Bike Paths

Fodor’s, that classic and venerable travel guide, has named Greenville number one on their list of best urban bike paths.

On weekends, the article notes, locals pedal west to Swamp Rabbit Café & Grocery. Follow their lead to fresh, gourmet coffee and cheesy Turkish pogacha puff pastries.

Read the full article here.

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Swampies in the News: April 2015

Read the latest news coverage for the Cafe and Grocery in this Spartanburg Herald Journal article published on 4/30/15

Swampies in the News: Snail Blazer Award

We are pleased to announce that Slow Food Upstate has selected us to receive their 2015 Snail Blazer Award. Through this award, Slow Food Upstate seeks to recognize Upstate South Carolina institutions and individuals who make outstanding contributions to the sustainable food movement. Visit Slow Food Upstate’s website to see the complete list of 2015 winners.

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