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When choosing a women's top for your outfit, you have to consider how comfortable, confident, and beautiful you will feel. The best way to feel your best in an outfit is to make sure it fits correctly. To get started, you'll want to take your measurements. For most women's tops, the best areas to focus on are your hips, waist, and chest.
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EASLEY — A pizzeria that was one of the original food concepts at The Silos complex in Easley has closed permanently.Belladina’s, which opened on the outskirts of downtown Easley in April 2022 as part of the redevelopment of a former grain depot, closed for multifaceted reasons, owner Joseph Leccese told The Post and Courier.There were some challenges with the Silos location, he said, but mainly the ownership group — he, his wife and fat...
EASLEY — A pizzeria that was one of the original food concepts at The Silos complex in Easley has closed permanently.
Belladina’s, which opened on the outskirts of downtown Easley in April 2022 as part of the redevelopment of a former grain depot, closed for multifaceted reasons, owner Joseph Leccese told The Post and Courier.
There were some challenges with the Silos location, he said, but mainly the ownership group — he, his wife and father — needed to focus their energies on the other Belladina’s locations current and future.
“We didn’t close because we’re hurting,” Leccese said of the Easley location’s success, while also noting the downtown Greenville location on West Washington Street has seen a steady increase in sales volume.
Employees in Easley were offered a chance to transfer to the Greenville store, he said.
Belladina’s opened in downtown Greenville in September 2020.
The family-owned restaurant has gained a following with its pizzas, pasta specials, salads, stromboli and other Italian pizzeria specialties. The family is also opening a pizzeria and Italian market not far away at 101 Hudson St. near Unity Park and another at the new BridgeWay Station development in Mauldin.
The decision to leave The Silos came as the restaurant saw traffic slow, Leccese said, while downtown business grows and the other two forthcoming locations progressed.
Currently, Leccese is in talks to bring Belladina’s to Simpsonville.
“We enjoy the growth, and we definitely are grateful and feel blessed to have that,” Leccese said.
GREENVILLE — A downtown rolled ice cream shop owned by two longtimers of the restaurant industry closed after three years of business.
Crème Shack, located off Main Street near ONE City Plaza, announced its closing in a message posted on their website on Aug. 31.
“After much reflection, we have decided not to reopen our doors. It is with a mix of emotions that we announce the closure of Crème Shack,” owners Fred and Karen Williams said. “We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude for your unwavering support and patronage throughout the years, which made our journey truly special.”
The Williams did not immediately respond to a call from The Post and Courier.
The restaurant specialized in rolled ice cream, an Asian variety of the classic dessert, and allowed customers to choose from a selection of flavors or make their own combination.
The Williams spent decades working in the food industry before retiring and opening Crème Shack in 2017.
About EasleyEASLEY, S.C. (WSPA) – Easley has a well-preserved history that can be seen in parks, museums and even downtown.Easley’s history starts with railroads which were originally named the Atlanta-Charlotte Airline and weren’t even supposed to run through Easley.“Some people that lived in what is now the city of Easley volunteered to build a depot if they would run it through Easley and they did,” John Cutchin with the Easley Area Museum, said. “The railroad was instrumental to ...
EASLEY, S.C. (WSPA) – Easley has a well-preserved history that can be seen in parks, museums and even downtown.
Easley’s history starts with railroads which were originally named the Atlanta-Charlotte Airline and weren’t even supposed to run through Easley.
“Some people that lived in what is now the city of Easley volunteered to build a depot if they would run it through Easley and they did,” John Cutchin with the Easley Area Museum, said. “The railroad was instrumental to the cotton mills coming to this area.”
Historians said the names of the individuals who brought in the mills were influential to the area.
“In 1900, John Geer from Greenville opened Easley Mill,” according to Cutchin and one of the investors, William Milliken Hagood built Glennwood Mill and his son-in-law built Alice Mill.
Alice Mills was sold and became Alice Manufacturing where the logo has a unique history that involves Walt Disney.
Cutchin said, “Later when the McKissick family had it, Mr. McKissick wrote a letter to Walt Disney asking for permission to borrow the logo for Alice in Wonderland for their product and Walt Disney wrote back and said that’s fine by him. No money transpired just a verbal handshake.”
The Easley Area Museum holds a lot of the history of the mills, including a loom that was donated to Alice Manufacturing.
In the late 1990s, a lot of the mills started to close their doors but most of the workers stayed.
According to Cutchin, “Most of the mills sold the property to the workers that rented them prior to that. Most of the mill villages exist to one extent or another.”
If you ask anyone, they’ll say Easley is familiar with growth and a lot of things that helped it build it to what it is today are being transformed to help all the new people coming in.
“Ealsey Mill is now being converted into lofts,” said Mayor Butch Womack who said even the silos that closed in the 1970s are getting a facelift.
“It’s been reopened now as a restaurant and activities. I think there are five businesses in there now.”
The mayor said growth is good for the city and the downtown is thriving with the new people coming in and hopes there is something for everyone.
Looking for holiday things to do in Easley and Pickens County? There are holiday events, places to see Santa, tree lightings, lots of Christmas parades, shopping events and much more all happening right in Pickens County. Celebrate the season with some of these Christmas things to do in Easley and Pickens County for the whole family.Still looking for Christmas Things to Do? Gifts to give? Ways to give back? You can find all our best Christmas content in our ...
Looking for holiday things to do in Easley and Pickens County? There are holiday events, places to see Santa, tree lightings, lots of Christmas parades, shopping events and much more all happening right in Pickens County. Celebrate the season with some of these Christmas things to do in Easley and Pickens County for the whole family.
Still looking for Christmas Things to Do? Gifts to give? Ways to give back? You can find all our best Christmas content in our Holiday Guide to Greenville.
Visit District Park for the Upstate Holiday Light Show. In addition to driving through the dancing lights, guests can also visit a winter wonderland and Santa’s free petting zoo.
Where: District Park, 148 Crumpton Lane Easley, SC When: Daily Thanksgiving – December 31st, 2023 (Sun-Thurs 6 pm-10 pm / Fri & Sat 6 pm-11 pm)$35 per carUpstate Holiday Light Show 2023
Ride in a horse-drawn carriage through historic downtown Easley starting at the Old Market Square. Reservations open November 6th, 2023 at noon. Carriage rides start November 24th and run Friday and Saturday nights until December 16th, 2023. Tickets are $5 per person, carriages hold 5 people.
Ride Santa’s sleigh in Easley. Reservations open November 6th, 2023. Rides are $5 per person, and the sleigh holds up to 15 people. It is not a private sleigh ride and the sleigh will likely be filled each ride. The sleigh will run on Thursday nights from 6-9 pm, November 30th, December 7th and 14th, 2023.
Easley’s Christmas Tree Lighting will be Friday, November 24h, 2023 at 5:30 pm at City Hall in Downtown Easley.
The Liberty, SC Tree Lighting event is on December 1st, 2023 at 6 pm. In 2022, this event had holiday carolers, Santa at the gazebo plus hot cocoa, cider, and cookies. Bring your own camera if you’d like a photo with Santa!
Main Street, Liberty, SC 29657Saturday, December 2nd, 2023 at 6 pm
Beginning on Main Street in downtown Liberty, the Liberty Christmas Parade will kick off your holiday season.
The Pickens Christmas Tree Lighting takes place on November 24, 2023 at 7 pm at the Pickens Doodle Pavilion, 409 East Cedar Rock Street, Pickens.
Downtown Pickens Christmas parade ushers in the holiday season on Main Street in Pickens on December 1, 2023 at 7 pm.
December 2nd, 2023 at 10:30 amMain Street, Six Mile, SC
Line up along Main Street in Six Mile between GBS Lumber and the Post Office for the Annual Six Mile Christmas Parade.
Saturday, December 9th, 2023 at 6 pmDowntown Easley, SC
Head to Downtown Easley for the popular Christmas Parade of Lights. The parade begins at the intersection of East Main St and Bradley Avenue. It will head down Main Street, then turn left onto South 1st Street, and finally left again onto West 1st Street.
Santa will be at the tree lighting on November 24th. Get a free photo with Santa in Pickens Doodle Park from 5 to 8 pm on November 24th, 2023.
Easley has 4 letterboxes that bring letters straight to Santa. The letterboxes will be available until December 8th, 2023.
Mark up your calendar, friends! You could have a full schedule of festive and fruitful entertainment right at your doorstep this year.
IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 08, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Habit Burger Grill, the California-based restaurant company renowned for its award-winning Charburgers grilled over an open flame, signature sandwiches, fresh salads, and more, announces today the grand opening of their third restaurant in South Carolina with their Easley drive-thru loca...
IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 08, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Habit Burger Grill, the California-based restaurant company renowned for its award-winning Charburgers grilled over an open flame, signature sandwiches, fresh salads, and more, announces today the grand opening of their third restaurant in South Carolina with their Easley drive-thru location. The restaurant and drive-thru are located at 6210 Calhoun Memorial Highway, Easley, SC 29640, and their famous “Habit Hospitality” will be served up to the public starting Wednesday, November 15, 2023.
In honor of their grand opening, The Habit Burger Grill will host exclusive pre-opening VIP events for their CharClub and mobile app members. Guests can receive an invite to this exclusive sneak peek by signing up at http://www.habitburger.com/easley.
VIP Event Details:
“We are so proud to open our third restaurant in the beautiful Palmetto State,” said Tiffany Furman, Chief Financial Officer at The Habit Burger Grill. "The vibrant city of Easley has a deep and rich history, steeped in the railroad industry, and we hope to bring a little more flavor to this wonderful community with our world-famous charburgers, award-winning sides, flavorful sandwiches, and so much more.”
The 2,800 sq. foot Easley restaurant will offer drive-thru, dine-in, takeout; and delivery will be available via The Habit Mobile App and online at order.habitburger.com. Guests also have additional convenient ordering options including state-of-the-art indoor self-serve kiosks and delivery through Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates and Uber Eats.
The Habit Burger Grill was named in Thrillist’s list of “Underrated Burger Chains that Need to be in Every State!” With its cooked-to-order mantra, The Habit Burger Grill’s open flame sears a distinctive smoky flavor into their famous Charburgers, fresh marinated chicken, and sushi-grade ahi tuna. Guests at The Habit Burger Grill can always count on freshly-made, handcrafted quality served up with genuine hospitality.
This Habit Burger Grill restaurant and drive-thru will be open Monday – Sunday from 10:30am – 10:00pm.
About The Habit Restaurants, Inc.
Born in Santa Barbara, California in 1969, The Habit Burger Grill is a burger-centric, fast-casual restaurant concept that specializes in preparing fresh, cooked-to-order chargrilled burgers and handcrafted sandwiches featuring grilled chicken and sushi-grade ahi tuna cooked over an open flame. In addition, it features fresh handcrafted salads and an appealing selection of sides and shakes. The Habit Burger Grill was featured in Newsweek’s “America’s Favorite Restaurant Chains 2023;” its Tempura Green Beans was named as the top green bean dish in The Daily Meal’s “Ranking Green Bean Dishes From 11 Chain Restaurants” in 2023; and it was named in Thrillist’s list of “Underrated Burger Chains that Need to be in Every State!” The Habit Burger Grill has since grown to over 370 restaurants in 14 states throughout Arizona, California, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia and Washington as well as international restaurants in China and Cambodia. More information is available at www.habitburger.com.
The Habit Burger Grill Press Contact: HBGMedia@yum.com
If you are looking for biking, walking, and running all in one place, then you have to try out the Doodle Trail! Easley, SC decided to pave a route out of an old train track path, located in Pickens County, while also adding a park for kids to enjoy. If you love exploring Greenville’s Swamp Rabbit Trail or The Mary Black Rail Trail in...
If you are looking for biking, walking, and running all in one place, then you have to try out the Doodle Trail! Easley, SC decided to pave a route out of an old train track path, located in Pickens County, while also adding a park for kids to enjoy. If you love exploring Greenville’s Swamp Rabbit Trail or The Mary Black Rail Trail in Spartanburg, you’ll want to check out the Doodle Trail.
The Doodle Trail is an 8.4-mile Rail Trail that connects Easley and Pickens. I’ll be honest, I hadn’t learned of it until recently. That funny name kind of sticks with you once you hear it though. The name of the trail is a remnant of the day when it was a working train track. In 1898, the train service carried passengers and cargo back and forth between the towns, without the ability to turn around on its return to Pickens. So it scurried backward from Easley like a doodlebug, hence the name. The paved trail opened on Memorial Day weekend in 2015, and has only grown in popularity since!
We like parking where the original trailhead is at the Easley Doodle Park. The park has restrooms, a playground, a picnic area, and a place to rent bicycles for use on the trail. The trailhead, a mile-long extension, is closer to downtown near the Silos. My kids love the park, and we can’t visit the trail without stopping there.
There is a Little Free Library location, as well as the Born Learning Trail. According to the United Way of Pickens Website, “Born Learning Trails are interactive, walkable trails of signs for caregivers and children which foster early learning opportunities. Each sign suggests fun outdoor games designed to boost children’s language and literacy skills while helping families get active together.”
There are two more of these trails in the area:
There are so many things to see while you’re on the trail. On our last visit, I asked my kids to pretend we were pioneers and to look for things we could forage to eat. As I’m sure you can imagine it was interesting. Kind of like a real-time Oregon Trail, minus rampant dysentery.
We found grapes, mysteriously hanging from trees over the trail. The kids loved looking for things we might eat if we were making our way across the frontier. We found a stream to drink from (not really, PLEASE do not do this), trees for shelter, and other ways to survive our imaginary trip. My kids got so creative, and it made the trail so interesting.
The trail is paved, wide, and very stroller and bike-friendly. We haven’t made it from one end to the other yet, but every time we go, we walk a little further before turning around. It’s made a great goal for the kids and me to go round trip in one visit.
Doodle TrailRailroad Street, Pickens, SC