Over the past decade, Greenville, South Carolina has topped nearly every major travel must-see list. With publications like Travel + Leisure and Forbes touting the charms of our city, we don’t think it’s too much of a stretch to say that Greenville is one of the best [not-so-] hidden gems in the Southeast.
Every September since 2006, Greenville plays host to euphoria—a four-day festival celebrating all things food, wine and music. As part of this year’s event, we invite you to be our guest for Wine & Wanderlust a private dinner featuring the creations of Chef Nico Abello of Table 301 and wine pairings by Mission Grape with Master Sommelier Brett Zimmerman.
Come in a day early or tack one onto the end of your visit and let us show you all that our humble hometown has to offer.
For any questions or additional recommendations:
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13:
3:00 – Check in at the Westin Poinsett followed by drinks and dinner at one of Team Pintail’s favorite haunts.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14:
Spend the day enjoying downtown Greenville, play a round at the award-winning Greenville Country Club or unwind on the Saluda River with a private Fly Fishing excursion, led by a local guide.
6:30 – euphoria’s Wine and Wanderlust dinner at the Loft at Soby’s.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15:
Depart or stay on with our team’s recommendations!
WESTIN POINSETT HOTEL
Built in 1925, the four-diamond Westin Poinsett was the 2021 Winner of Best City Center Historic Hotel by Historic Hotels of America.
The Westin Poinsett is situated in the heart of downtown Greenville, just steps from The Peace Center for the Performing Arts, Falls Park on the Reedy River, and more than 100 shops.
FLY FISHING ON THE SALUDA RIVER
Immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of the SC foothills. Anglers of all skill levels are invited to try their hand at one of the South’s most treasured pasttimes.
GOLF AT GREENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
Play a round at one of two beautifully designed and maintained courses at Greenville Country Club, one of the South’s most historic country clubs.
American cycling icon George Hincapie has long touted Greenville’s position as a primary training location for cyclers. Home to single-track mountain bike trails, rolling ribbons of smooth asphalt and the 22 mile-long Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail, Greenville is the perfect locale for a great workout or a leisurely ride.