If cooking isn't on the agenda, the perfect pie awaits you at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria, where customers praise the pizza like no other.
It's pizza (and pasta) time! Find an endless selection of the foods you crave, and have fun eating your way through this Italian menu.
Both low-fat and gluten-free menu items are offered at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria.
Drinks are also on the menu here, so guests can start the night off right.
This pizzeria is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Don't miss the happy hour food and drink specials, where a great bargain is always in sight.
Wanna soak up the sun? Come grab a bite at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria and sit out on their gorgeous patio.
Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria is a good restaurant to dine with a small or large group.
Patrons pack the pizzeria on weekends, so it's a good idea to make a reservation to ensure prompt seating.
Leave the fancy duds at home — patrons at the pizzeria dress informally.
Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too.
Catering is also available if you'd like to serve Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria's tasty dishes at your next party.
Drivers should plan to park on the street when dining at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria's W Washington St residence.
Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria provides ample space for bikers to store their bikes.
It's not the cheapest, it's not the most expensive, but it is the most delicious. Come to Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria for a great bite.
The 21st-century is here at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria. Enjoy our emerging cashless society by paying with any major credit card!
The pizzeria's dinner menu receives the most attention, though breakfast and lunch are also options.
Some people say that if you've had one pizza, you've had them all. Diners who've tried Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria's pizza say it is the absolute best.
Pizza lovers can't get enough of Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria where the ratings are as hot as the pies, so come on down for a quick slice or two.
So head over to Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria, where you can sit down to a delicious pizza in a relaxed, casual setting.
If you are looking for a creative and fun pizza joint in town, check out Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria.
The story of The Vault of Horror revolves around the legend of Raymond Hunt III. Bullied by his peers and spurned by his parents, Raymond was a natural outcast early in life, until a violent exchange with his father culminated in a vile act: patricide. Raymond was sent to an insane asylum after the murder, but at the age of 21, he escaped, joined the circus, and put together a live freak show of humanity’s most odd and unsettling creatures. The pariah's eerie parade eventually earned him the title of Ringmaster, and Raymond—it seemed—had finally put his troubled background behind him and found a new, peaceful calling.
Soon afterward, a man came looking every night for his son, whom he'd lost while attending Raymond's show. Giving up hope, the man left one evening, sneaking a final glance at one of the cages and the twisted, snarling creature inside—a boy staring back at him with familiar eyes. The man confronted Raymond, whose repressed trauma reemerged as he killed the father in cold blood—the final spectacle of a tormented son. Raymond escaped from police custody, vanishing into a world in which he didn't belong, and the members of his freak show were never seen again. Until, that is, someone opened The Vault of Horror.
The spine-tingling brainchild of Samhain Production Company, The Vault of Horror immerses brazen guests in a hellish complex filled with blood-splattered fiends and tortured spirits. The Vault eschews familiar scares such as horror-film homages, animatronic ghouls, and undead telemarketers in favor of unique brutes played by a live cast, making the dark venue's bone-chilling scenes more authentic, immersive, and surprising.
Reaching the top of one of the rolling hillocks on the 18-hole course at Hejaz Shrine Golf Club, champion bermuda grass forms an emerald pool on the green below. Tree leaves rustle in the breeze along the course, which was originally designed and built in 1960 by architect Russell F. Breeden. Play commences with a par 5 on the first hole, where golfers should avoid hitting into the bradford pear trees along the right side of the fairway or the National Museum of Expensive Stained-Glass Windows on the left. Water comes into play on half of the holes, including hole 15, a par 3 that hugs the banks of the Reedy River. Before calling it a day, players must conquer hole 18 with a tee shot that clears the large lake and an approach shot that flies over the bunkers guarding the front of the green.
All revenue brought in by Hejaz Shrine Golf Club supports the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, a part of the Shriners Organization, which helps children across the country receive free medical treatment. The private Hejaz Shrine Golf Club offers an opportunity to play for Groupon customers or memberships for those with a long-term interest in the game of golf.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Total length of 6,689 yards from the back tees
Course rating of 72.9 from the back tees
Course slope of 130 from the back tees
Four sets of tees per hole
When she moved to Greenville, Marquin Campbell noted that, short of dragging your easel to the pub, there was no outlet for people to practice painting while indulging in their favorite beverage. She began Vino & Van Gogh as a laid-back art lesson for the benefit of a few friends—as they chatted and drank wine, she led them through brushstroke after brushstroke. The spirit of those first sessions exists today, and her business hosts BYOB classes for up to 30 aspiring artists at a time. Though Campbell has added several professional instructors to her staff, she preserves the low-key, social ambiance of her first session, helping students to showcase their creativity with intuitive teaching methods.
At each painting class, attendees focus on reproducing the same picture, which changes from session to session. Subjects in the past have ranged from colorful trees and blooming flowers to oyster shells holding a pearl. Each budding artist infuses it with their own personal style as they follow along with their instructor. The studio also offers classes on different art disciplines, including collage and pottery. The instructors' step-by-step process accommodates all skill levels—most pupils are first-time painters—and camps for kids encourage youngsters to construct crafts based on a certain theme, such as sea creatures or bracelets that aren't just dad's neckties rolled into a loop.
At Breakout Greenville, time is of the essence. Groups of amateur sleuths find themselves locked in a themed escape room, and they have just one hour to find the clues and piece together the puzzles that lead to their freedom. Ideal for aspiring gumshoes, the games require team spirit and deductive reasoning, all leavened with surprises and thrills as they strive to unlock safe boxes, find murder weapons, and break codes without the aid of a deerstalker cap.
Different themes make each experience unique. In the Museum Heist, for instance, groups must recover a stolen masterpiece before the gallery opens, and in the Kidnapping—the most intense experience at Breakout Greenville—visitors work to free themselves from handcuffs and follow a previous victim's clues to ultimately escape.
Escape Room Tips from the People Who Design Them
We asked Bryce Anderson of Breakout Games what advice he'd give to beginners. Then we asked him what he'd say if he had money riding on it.
Friends of the Greenville Zoo is an independent nonprofit organization, dedicated to supporting the Greenville Zoo through fundraising, advocacy and marketing.
Set on 14 acres within Cleveland Park, the Greenville Zoo houses more than 350 animals in recreated terrestrial habitats. The walking trails typically take between 60 and 90 minutes to tour, guiding guests to creatures such as lions, orangutans, and leopards. Giant tortoises lumber along to the delight of kids watching, and just down the path, giraffes curl their black tongues around clusters of leaves.
Through their accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, zookeepers uphold high standards in animal care, from maintaining realistic habitats to ensuring animals eat what they would in the wild. These AZA standards extend through other parts of the zoo's operations as well, including its educational programming and conservation efforts—the Quarters for Conservation initiative raises funds for local and global conservation programs.
To ensure that visits are relaxing and convenient, the zoo grounds include two playgrounds and several picnic facilities. The surrounding Cleveland Park affords further recreation such as walking paths and tennis courts.