Greenville Small Plate Crawl set for March 22-24

Greenville Small Plate Crawl

Carolina Epicurean Events brings Greenville Small Plate Crawl back for a third year with new restaurants in the lineup, as well as returning favorites.

Participating restaurants include: Halls Chophouse, Breakwater, The Lazy Goat, Larkin's on the River, Grill Marks, Whistle Stop Cafe, Restaurant 17, Upcountry Provisions, Sidewall Pizza, Oil and Vinegar, Kilwin's Greenville, Tandem Creperie, Soby's, Roost, Hungry Drover, Pink Mama's and more.

During this delicious three day event, crawlers travel from restaurant to restaurant sampling the best of Greenville’s and Travelers Rest’s culinary scene. Restaurants offer Small Plate Menus of 5-7 items priced at $4-$10. When Crawlers order something from a Small Plate, they are given a special QR Code to scan.  The code enters them into prize drawings based on the number of restaurants they visit during the 3 day event.

There isn't a ticket, but a Passport is recommended! The Passport includes a list of restaurants and times of participation. Crawlers Print their passport at and can plan their path using the interactive map via the website.

Prizes include restaurant gift certificates from all Crawl restaurants, gift certificates to local shops, and a Grand Prize of an overnight stay at Hyatt Regency Greenville with $100 towards dinner at Roost.

The popular Selfie contest returns! Crawlers may also take selfies with their Passports tagging #greenvillecrawl for a chance to earn prizes.

Restaurants participate during lunch, dinner, or both, as indicated on the Passport ( and the Restaurants page on ( ).

Groups and sharing are encouraged during the crawl.  This is a rain-or-shine event. Small plates taste great no matter what the weather!

Tips for the Crawl: 

Plan your path and pace yourself! You don’t want to get too full before visiting all of your favorite restaurants AND the ones you’ve always wanted to try.  Tip WELL.  Servers are working hard to make this a great event! Carry cash for quick checkout. 

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The Small Plate Crawl was developed as a low-cost and fun event for the public. It’s also a low-cost way for restaurants to build their customer base, increase brand awareness, show off their chef and cuisine, and give back to their community in a fun way. In addition to Greenville, Small Plate Crawls have been held in Hendersonville, Asheville, Chapel Hill-Carrboro, and the High Country (Boone, Blowing Rock & Valle Crucis) in North Carolina to rave reviews.