1. Munch your way down Main Street: Foothill Foodie Tours
As Greenville’s food scene buzzes, Foothill Foodie Tours offers a curated inside look at the vast food and drink options in the city. Whether a Belgian beer and history lesson nestled beneath the dark wooden beams of The Trappe Door, or a delectable crêpe from fashionable newcomer Crêpe du Jour, Foothill Foodie Tours has an option for everyone. With the help of guide Rose Woelker, natives and visitors alike can experience the city through the lens of its diverse food, drink, and culture.
Foothill Foodie Tours; offered each weekend at varying times
2. Meet Malcom X and Donald Draper: Heritage Green
Gloomy weather is always grounds for a museum day. Heritage Green is a hot spot for
indoor exploration—from the GCMA’s unique and expansive art collection to the active
exhibits at the Children’s Museum. Currently, Upcountry History showcases a look into
the real world of Mad Men-era advertisers in the mid-twentieth century, and the Hughes
Main Library will host a Chautaqua Talk Series highlighting the life and work of
Talking Malcom X with Cynthia King, Tues, March 19, 7–8:30pm at Hughes Main Library, free
Upcountry History Museum (Tues–Sun, hours vary), $9
Greenville County Museum of Art (Wed–Sun, hours vary), free
Children’s Museum of the Upstate (Tues–Sun, hours vary) $10
Carolina Music Museum (Tues–Sun, hours vary) $6
3. Get out of the gutter: Stone Pin Bowling
Escape the weather with a well-earned strike—or maybe a seven-ten split. Stone Pin will allow you to escape dreary weather and enjoy some friendly competition among your pals. The alley is an ideal spot to down a cold beer or warm jumbo pretzel to chase the rainy day blues away.
Stone Pin Company, 304 E Stone Ave; open daily, hours vary
4. Let out cabin fever with target practice: Craft Axe Throwing
A wise man once said that axe throwing alleviates stress and elevates the mood. We can’t
promise that man doesn’t own an axe-throwing establishment, but he wouldn’t be wrong.
Craft Axe Throwing is guaranteed to bring laughs and a little something different to brighten even the dreariest of days. After throwing, grab a cold sour brew from Birds Fly
South or a warm pour over from Due South Coffee Roasters.
Craft Axe Throwing, 1320 Hampton Ave Ext, Ste 5A. Wed–Thurs, 4–9pm, Fri–Sat, noon–11pm, and Sun, 2–8pm
5. Embrace your inner drama queen: Support Local Theater
When it’s too wet for outdoor play, get your thespian fix at a local theater. A variety of classic dramas and new debuts highlight the Greenville stage in March, including the world premiere of Power of Sail at The Warehouse Theatre, Oliver! at Greenville Theatre, and fairytale drama Into the Woods at Centre Stage.
Greenville Theatre: Oliver! (March 1–17) & Junie B Jones is not a Crook (March 14–16)
Center Stage: Into the Woods (March 15–31)
Warehouse Theatre: Power of Sail (March 15–31)
Peace Center: Come From Away (April 16–21)