Groceries & Markets in Berea

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  • Carolina Health Innovations
    The staff members at Carolina Health Innovations don’t stop at simply treating chronic pain—they delve into its source to try and correct the cause. Their thorough approach advises a combination of several disciplines, including chiropractic medicine, acupuncture, massage, and nutritional counseling. With licensed experts manning each branch, the wellness center dispenses noninvasive treatments that are tailored to every client's needs.
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    712 Congaree Rd
    Greenville, SC US
  • The Generous Garden Project
    The Generous Garden Project works to combat hunger in local communities by growing a steady supply of fresh produce, which it donates to local ministries and food banks. Volunteers plant and harvest vegetables in a 4.5-acre garden in Greenville, and share their skills by teaching others how to grow their own fruit and vegetables. Local farmers also call upon The Generous Garden Project’s volunteers to glean crops that would otherwise be left to rot in the fields or be plowed after a harvest.
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    161 Verdin Road
    Greenville, SC US
  • Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery
    Whether stopping in for fresh-baked scones and bread, ordering organic coffee, or perusing the fresh produce, guests at Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery, which is located along the Swamp Rabbit Bike Trail, are assured that the majority of the food is locally grown and produced. The staff prepares espresso drinks with local dairy and assembles boxes of seasonal produce for its grocery-store patrons. The grocery also carries raw cow and goat milk, local honey, and locally crafted chocolate. Swamp Rabbit continues its eco-friendly mission by hosting seasonal art markets, as well as an outdoor music series where donations go to community gardens.
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    205 Cedar Ln. Rd.
    Greenville, SC US
  • Rock's Grill
    Fill up on fare from Rock's Grill in Taylors and be sure to satisfy your stomach. Low-fat food isn t on the menu, so diners come to Rock's Grill to enjoy their every bite. Eat outdoors Rock's Grill (weather permitting) with their beautiful patio seating. Through their catering service, Rock's Grill can also set out a delicious spread for your next party. Or, take your food to go. null Your bill at Rock's Grill will rarely go over $15, so you can really indulge! Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Rock's Grill since it offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    430 Groce Meadow Rd
    Taylors, SC US
  • Blue Sky Café
    For the past decade, Blue Sky Caf? owners Julianna and Mark Pletcher have continually added to a menu nearly as big and cheery as the restaurant?s namesake. Cooks are proud of their hefty, hand-formed burgers and their chicken?each served in a dazzling array of preparations?but there are just as many health-conscious wraps and salads and vegetarian and vegan dishes. A recent development is a creative, sweet-and savory brunch service, where cheese and garlic turn grits into a bowlful of decadence and prosciutto and parmesan put the Sicilian in a Sicilian frittata. Kids get their own, more-flexible-than-usual menu, though they?ll have to weigh whether to dig in or finish what they?ve been drawing with provided crayons on the paper placemats. A further draw for tots is the playhouse that stands on an oasis of a patio, whose tall wooden fence encloses hanging lanterns, huge umbrellas, and plants trailing from every wall as they toward their goal of trying the sweet-potato fries everybody keeps talking about.
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    3987 Hendersonville Rd
    Fletcher, NC US
  • Artisan Gourmet Market
    The Artisan Gourmet Market and its adjacent deli celebrate epicurean urges with a panoply of organic produce, fresh meats and cheeses, fair-trade coffee, and wines from around the world. The meat counter lures health-conscious carnivores with a selection of local and natural meats, such as certified Angus strip loins ($7.49 per lb.) and marinated, natural boneless, skinless chicken ($5.49 per lb.), and a collection of well-traveled cheeses, such as Boar’s Head colby ($7.99 per lb.), encourages daydreamers to climb the swiss-cheese Alps. Time-crunched shoppers can also fill their market-cruising carts with already prepared meals and items from the daily special list, including five-pound bags of fresh ground beef ($1.99 on Mondays) and fresh salmon by the pound ($2 off per lb. on Fridays).
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    2 E Market St
    Black Mountain, NC US

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