The beloved tradition of Greenville’s Ice on Main is gearing back up to create a winter wonderland for Greenville residents and visitors alike.
United Community Ice on Main is an open outdoor ice-skating rink in the heart of downtown Greenville. This year, this winter tradition and favorite activity of many in the Upstate will open Nov. 15 at Village Green near the Courtyard Marriott.
Recently opened restaurants Indaco and O-Ku are getting in on the holiday fun starting Nov. 14 with seasonal specials and programming running through the full season, ending on Jan. 14, according to a news release.
At Indaco, rink-side tables will offer the full menu, along with festive specials, including hot cocoa with toasted marshmallow syrup and hot apple cider; Ya Filthy Animal with Rumchata peppermint, hot chocolate and toasted marshmallow syrup; and Apple Doesn’t Fall Far with Evan Williams Apple Bourbon, fresh cider and cinnamon. Indaco also will make holiday cookies available to order through the outside bar, served to-go.
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At O-Ku, the team will pay homage to Japanese traditions with a classic Christmas Cake, a sponge cake with a whipped cream filling, frosting on the outside, and topped with fresh strawberries, and Toasted Rice Toddy, made with toasted rice milk steeped in cinnamon sticks.
Public skate begins at 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 15, and the rink will be open seven days a week, excluding Christmas Day.:
For more information on Ice on Main and special/holiday hours or to purchase tickets online.