Greenville is a restaurant town. That’s the tasty news.
The problem has been, it's a town of either fast food restaurants or high end restaurants, leaving a a gaping hole for those with 10 or 20 bucks to spend.
Up until now, you’ve had plenty of choices if you’re mood called for infrared-heated burgers served with packets of ketchup and mayo, or 50 buck steaks served with baked potatoes for another 6 bucks.
There’s been a gap. But it’s about to get filled like a 12 year old on his 3rd milkshake.
Gather GVL is coming soon, with delicious burgers, chicken and waffles, pizza inspired by the Romans rather than a corporate office in Louisville, amazing beers, all sorts of affordable, crafty stuff that will make your mouth water and keep your wallet from crying. Gather GVL is all about local, unique, meticulously made comestibles, all served in a welcoming, comfortable, sustainable, and appetizing environment that is being referred to as Greenville's kitchen table.
Let us know what kinds of food or drink you’d like to see at Gather GVL. We’re open to suggestions and would love to hear from you.
Stay tuned for a progress report. And for crying out loud, stop drooling. You’re too old for that.
Posted on 04/29/2019
Gather GVL is a community collective bringing in new tenants to the West End of Greenville.
Posted on 04/03/2019
Bookmark a brand-new food hall called Gather GVL featuring HenDough (a fried chicken and doughnuts spot) and a craft beer emporium, and you’ll be full as long as you decide to stay.
Posted on 02/20/2019
Another upcoming business community is Gather GVL, which will be located at 126 Augusta St. Gather GVL refers to their upcoming community as “Greenville’s Kitchen Table” because of the numerous food and beverage businesses that will be residing in the community.
Posted on 12/20/2018
Gather GVL is completely leased and construction is underway on the shipping container food hall and gathering place across from the new South Carolina Children’s Theatre site and adjacent Fluor Field.
Posted on 12/02/2018
He was a high school kid watching Alton Brown, and now, after chasing his love of food around the globe, he’s settled in Greenville, preparing to open his first restaurants.
Yes, restaurants, plural—four in fact, all in partnership with his friends and co-owner/chefs, Paul and Sarah Klaassen, and all located at Gather GVL, Greenville’s first al fresco food hall slated to launch next spring.
Posted on 12/02/2018
Direct from Long Island, Anthony Pepe and his wife, Jennifer, became social media stars because of their homemade pasta dishes.
Posted on 08/28/2018
The two-level, U-shaped food hall constructed out of shipping containers with a central green space and plaza was announced in November 2017, with the goal of opening by August 2018. In the plans, each shipping container houses a different restaurant with common seating areas located throughout.
Posted on 05/31/2018
Something new is on the horizon for Greenville. It involves food, drinks and … repurposed shipping containers?
Posted on 05/25/2018
Gather GVL is a community food and beverage collective (think modern food hall, but al fresco) that houses local restaurants, breweries + bakeries in small structures and retired shipping containers. It will have a stage + rooftop venue for local talent to perform, plenty of seating, and a big lawn area for kids to run around.
Posted on 12/10/2017
The West End is poised to welcome a new, outdoor craft food and beverage collective framed by shipping containers, a concept that developers say will provide an opportunity for local "micro-restaurants" to connect with the community.
Posted on 12/07/2017
12 Restaurants in One Location is the concept for Gather Gvl, which is on the docket for the Design Review Board’s meeting on December 7, 2017.
Posted on 11/22/2017
In December, the Greenville Design Review Board will consider an application to build a new open-air restaurant and bar in Greenville's West End. According to an application submitted to the urban design panel, an owner is looking to build a craft food and beverage collective called Gather.
Posted on 11/07/2017
Two major national trends – shipping container repurposing and food halls – are converging in one new project in Greenville’s West End.
Posted on 11/01/2017
We can hardly contain ourselves! Gather GVL is really happening! Find out more about poke bowls, Al Taglio pizza, and nitro cold brew coffee below.