Greenville is the county seat and the most populous city in Pitt County, North Carolina, United States. The principal city of the Greenville metropolitan area, and the 10th-most populous city in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Greenville is the health, entertainment, and educational hub of North Carolina's Tidewater and Coastal Plain. The city's official population as of the 2013 United States census estimate is 89,130 residents while the Greenville Metropolitan Area includes 174,263 people. In January 2008 and January 2010, Greenville was named one of the nation's "100 Best Communities for Young People" by the America's Promise Alliance. In June 2012, Greenville was ranked in the top ten of the nation's "Best Small Places For Business And Careers" by Forbes magazine. In 2010 Greenville was ranked twenty-fourth in mid-city business growth and development by Forbes Magazine.
Restaurants in Greenville
4.5 based on 128 reviews
My three children have all graduated from ECU and I've worked at the Brody School of Medicine for over 20 years. This university provides a excellent educational experience for all degrees. Student life is varied and robust. Their motto "Servire" means to serve and it is integrated throughout all parts of the university. I love this place!
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Nice place. Lots to do. You can fish, walk, rent a kayak and there is a museum. We walked around. I was a little disappointed that I didn't see more wildlife. Didn't see any exotic birds like herons. Didn't see any turtles or frogs. However a pleasant place and I would go back.
4 based on 58 reviews
Recently attended a business conference at the Greenville Convention Center. The facility is very accommodating and can also handle outdoor patio receptions and indoor dinner banquets. The facility is clean and conveniently located next to the Hilton Hotel with overhangs between the buildings to guard from rain and sun.
5 based on 12 reviews
Uptown Brewing Company is a full production craft brewery located in the heart of Uptown Greenville, NC. Our handmade beers include several classic styles offered year-round and two seasonals, as well as gluten free cider, nitro pours, and rotating small batches unique to the taproom. Everything on tap is produced in house. Our brewery and taproom space is located in a historic, beautifully restored 90 year old building. From any seat in the house, you have an open view of the brew floor! Although we do not have a kitchen or serve food, we are partnered with several local restaurants who will walk food over to you with no delivery fee. Free wi-fi is available in the taproom, and brewery tours are offered when staffing permits!
Heard good things and wasn't disappointed. Had a Cranberry Apple Cider that I enjoyed and then a flight of 4 beers of my choosing. Really enjoyed the coffee porter. There are about 8 options, so there should be something for just about any beer lover. Bar was spacious and there were some tables as well as couches and chairs for a more relaxed setting. I will be back.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The GMA’s mission is: To Provide and Promote the Visual Arts through the Collection, Exhibitions and Education. With over 17,000 visitors a year and numerous lectures, programs, and tours throughout the year, the Museum is passionate about culturally enriching the lives of all who walk through its doors.
Don't miss a visit to this delightful place, great for all ages. It's a former home so the piano is still in the living room. Wander on and find art from the eastern part of NC hanging in several galleries. There are frequent events and exhibit openings for adults as well as the younger folk. We found a friendly, interesting staff person who told us interesting facts that we otherwise would not have learned
Next door is an art education building with different programs, lessons and summer camp. No admission, contributions are welcome.
5 based on 7 reviews
Many youth recreational games (football, soccer, baseball) are held here. Area afterschool and summer programs use this park as a field trip too. They have HUGE fields that allow 6-10 games to be played at one time. There's also a walking trail for exercising, fundraiser benefits, walking pets, or riding bikes. They have 2 playground areas as well as nearby benches for parents to monitor their children. We always enjoy coming here to play.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
A small brewery located in a urban, hip, newly renovated building in Uptown Greenville along the Dickinson Avenue Corridor offering several home brewed lagers, IPAs, ciders, and more. Try the Ruinenlust if you like IPAs. Their raspberry beers are great too.
4 based on 6 reviews
The Stadium itself is nice. However, the amenities are not up to the capacity of the stadium. We were seated in to upper section and either had to walk up a long series of ramps or stairs or else wait on a single very slow elevator. 2 elevators were available for the club seats with only a fraction of the seating capacity. On the upper concourse the concession stands had 20-25 min waits most of the day. Plus the concourse was way too small for the number of people. Parking in the vicinity is not good for people with season tickets and almost non-existent for visitors. The recent expansion of seating capacity was simply not met by expansion of the amenties needed.
3.5 based on 23 reviews
Not to bad not alot of stores Major storea are Belks,Jc Penny, Dicks, alot of smaller store. The area is growing so i hope they add to the mall or bring in bigger name stores there are alot of restaurants around the outside area of the mall so you can find good food there
4 based on 1 reviews
When we walked in we were greeted by several very friendly people. As we walked around we saw a lot of antiques, painted furniture, artwork and hand-made gifts by local artists, and a lot of re-purposing of many different items. The place is very well organized and clean. I loved looking at everything but the only thing I walked out with was some butterscotch dipped peanuts that were awesome.
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