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Cartwright Food Hall celebrates opening today

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Cartwright Food Hall will celebrate the $2.7 million renovation of 215 Trade St. in downtown Greer today at 4 p.m. when the multi-restaurant venue opens.

Cartwright Food Hall is an “artisanal lifestyle dining location” and decidedly not a food court, according to an announcement from Greer Development Corp. and the city of Greer.

Val and Elaine Kang in Cartwright Food House before renovations started in 2020. (Photo/Provided)It features six local eateries and restaurants: Empanada Shack, Flying Fox Coffee, Mi Irie on Trade, Mo Mo’s Sushi & More, Trade Street Taproom and White Wine & Butter. All of them open today at the ceremony. A seventh and final vendor, Good Mood Treats, is expected to join them in September.

Cartwright Food Hall has completed the remodel of both a street-front building and a carriage house built in 1904, which previously housed a livery, stables, restaurant, hardware store, gallery and museum. The name Cartwright was chosen as a nod to the site’s history as a livery stable and carriage house.

“We are so excited to open Cartwright Food Hall and be able to serve our community with many delicious food options and a wonderful family-friendly atmosphere,” owners Val and Elaine Kang said in the news release.

The completion of Cartwright Food Hall complements the city’s CenterG streetscape project.

Ben Godwin, Val Kang, Caroline Godwin, Elaine Kang, Mike Walters, Mike Sullivan, Julio Vidal, Jeremy Hartman, Jaime Hinckley, Michael Sibert, Samantha Aupied, and Moe Zhang prepare for the grand opening today at Cartwright Food Hall. (Photo/Provided).“It is a pleasure to welcome Cartwright Food Hall as one of the outstanding businesses in the city of Greer’s downtown,” Mayor Rick Danner said in the release, “and I look forward to the opening of its unique venue and the exciting new dining options it brings to Greer Station.”

The remodel features 5,400 square feet with elevator access and upstairs events space and seating for 84 and 1,200 square feet at the connected carriage house with outdoor seating in their backyard patio for 60. 

Reach Ross Norton at 864-720-1222.

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