After 20 years, a downtown Greenville restaurant known for its Southern fixings will be moving locations this spring.
”We have loved being a part of your lives and hope to continue to do so at our new location off of Pelham Road and I-85. We know many of you have special memories with our downtown location of first dates, engagements and so many other celebrations. It’s through your support that we have been able to give back to the community of Greenville over the years and we will be forever grateful to each of you.”
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The idea of Smoke on the Water began in 2004 when Chicken Lea, Hurdle Lea and Mike Shuler got together to create a different type of Southern restaurant. They wanted to create a “warm and welcoming place” that was as comfortable as the food they serve, but in an upscale and warm environment.
Smoke on the Water’s last day open in the downtown location will be Sunday, March 24.
”Our new location will enable us to provide the same great food, atmosphere and experience while offering better parking options, live music, and easier accessibility for the Greenville community,” the post said.
More information on the grand opening of the new location is yet to be provided.