Hello Spartanburg foodies!
Skip the drive-thru lanes and eat locally this weekend. These three articles have over 20 options to satisfy all your cravings.
late night part-time job
Posted yesterday, this article has five options for late-night dining in downtown Spartanburg.
Some restaurants are open until 1am and serve everything from pub fare and burgers to breakfast and barbecue. There’s sure to be a place on this list you’ll want to stop by on your next night out.
After Midnight: Check Out These Places to Get Late-Night Food and Drinks in Spartanburg
A bite of classic Spartanburg
This list of 10 historic Spartanburg restaurants makes it easy to say goodbye to McDonald’s and Burger King for the weekend.
For the most part, serving all your favorite fast food for over 50 years, these restaurants will make your meal quickly to order.
Iconic Restaurants in Spartanburg: 10 Historic Spots That Have Withstood the Test of Time
PSL, Spartanburg style
In case you missed it, we rounded up last week’s fall drink specials from coffee shops in Spartanburg County.
In addition to the ubiquitous Pumpkin Spice Latte, these local shops serve hot, cold and frozen coffees and teas with other fall flavors such as apple, pecan, caramel and s’mores. . There are even stores selling salted caramel mocha dupes that Starbucks didn’t bring back (but should have).
From pumpkin spice to spicy apples: where to find your favorite fall flavors in Spartanburg
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By Samantha Swan, Food & Dining Reporter
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