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Restaurants

What is really amazing is that within a mile-and-a-half stretch of Main Street, there are now more than 110 restaurants, overwhelmingly many locally owned, and excellent. Here are just a few:


 

Sticky Fingers Rib House

www.stickyfingers.com

864-458-7427

Our BBQ restaurants are home of the best barbecue from Charleston to Greenville and Jacksonville to Chattanooga. You might’ve heard of our legendary Memphis-style hickory-smoked ribs, wings, and barbecue, but there’s more to us than our award-winning food (and rugged good looks). Our local barbecue restaurants combine legendary customer service with a welcoming, laid-back atmosphere for a truly crave-able experience. 


Augusta Grill

www.augustagrill.com

864-242-0316

Welcome to Augusta Grill. For over 20 years, we’ve offered  artfully prepared, elegant American cuisine inspired by flavors and techniques from all over the world. Our menu includes a variety of dishes from seasonally-inspired heirloom tomato salads or our melon and proscuitto appetizer to beloved classics like our famous crab cakes and perfectly prepared filet mignons.


Smoke on the Water

www.saucytavern.com

864-232-9091

Serving comfort food in a warm inviting atmosphere. Specialties are smoked items – prime rib, beef brisket, baby back ribs, and pulled pork.  And it doesn’t stop there. Chicken, seafood, burgers, and an amazing mix of sides. A variety of “saucy” sauces are available – tomato, mustard, sweet or vinegar-based. And don’t forget dessert. Smoke serves an amazing Jack Daniel’s Chocolate Chip Pecan Pie, Fried Bourbon Bread Pudding, daily cobblers and fried Bananas Foster. The restaurant's busy bar has one of Greenville’s best happy hours.


Davani's Restaurant

www.davnisrestaurant.com

864-373-9013

Davani's specialized in delicious and reasonably priced cuisine, including house specialties and other customer favorites. Entrees are served in a relaxed and welcoming setting that you and your friends

and family are sure to enjoy.


Green Lettuce USA

www.greenlettuceusa.com

864-250-9650

Intimate cafe serving Persian, American & Mediterranean-inspired dishes for lunch & dinner.


Hall's Chophouse

www.hallchophousegreenville.com

864-335-4200

As Greenville’s premier steakhouse, we offer wet and dry-aged USDA Prime and Choice Beef as well as locally-sourced fish, poultry, vegetarian and gluten-free options. The Halls Chophouse menu features expertly-crafted dishes that highlight the essence of culinary creativity and distinguished flavor.

Halls Chophouse originated in Charleston, South Carolina, and has recently been named “Best Steakhouse in America”, according to Yelp users.


Pomegranate on Main

www.pomegranteonmain.com

864-241-3012

Experience the refreshingly subtle, yet flavorful, Persian cuisine by dining with us at Pomegranate on Main. All of our menu items are prepared fresh daily using traditional recipes made with fresh ingredients. Persian cuisine requires the balance of flavors like pairing sweet pomegranate with earthy walnut to make the Fesenjan stew or lentils with raisins in the delicately prepared basmati rice. All entrees are gluten-free with various vegetarian options.


The Roost 

www.roostrestaurant.com

864-298-2424

When you go out to eat, it is more than just filling your belly. Dining out is a sense of community… sharing food and drinks with your family, your loved ones, your besties. You want to be taken care of, catered to and indulged with tasty creations that comfort while offering exciting new flavors.

Our menu features high quality seasonal foods, built by a team of culinary professionals who have a passion for food and truly love what they do.

Whenever possible, we procure our ingredients from local sources, reaping from the bounty that this rich and vibrant region has to offer and we prepare them in a way that honors the ingredient as well as the local culture. We like to call our concept “soil to city.”


Trio (A Brick Oven Restaurant)

www.triocafe.com

864-467-1000

In the heart of historic downtown Greenville, Trio welcomes you with its unique atmosphere of handcrafted gas lanterns lining rustic brick walls. An eclectic fare of gourmet wood-fired pizzas are a specialty, with sauces made fresh daily and in such intriguing combinations as roast chicken with basil pesto. A wide variety of homemade pasta dishes. Rotisserie chicken as well as a variety of wraps and sandwiches. An extensive wine list offers over 25 wines by the glass.

 

The Velo Fellow

www.velofellow.com

873-242-9296

Quaint European-style hub with eclectic fare, craft brews & spirits, plus live music & shuffleboard.


Tupelo Honey

www.tupelohoneycafe.com

864-451-6200

Tupelo Honey is a revival of Southern food and traditions rooted in the Carolina mountains we call home. Our recipes are simply crafted and made from scratch with responsibly sourced ingredients that bring the best of every season. For over 15 years, we have infused our Southern spirit into every bite.


Nose Dive

www.nosedive.com

864-373-7300

The historic Westin Poinsett Hotel (where George Clooney filmed parts of Leatherheads and where every Greenville girl dreams of having her wedding reception) has a new gastro-pub called Nose Dive, where Chef Joey Pearson does a sensationally good housemade pretzel lavished with devilled crab and white cheddar that goes well with the array of beers like RJ Rockers Bell Ringer Ale made in Spartanburg, S.C., and Thomas Creek River Falls red made right in town. Relaxed watering hole with a menu of elevated pub fare plus cocktails, wine & handcrafted beers.


Soby's

www.sobys.com

864-232-7007

Rich in history and rustic charm, Soby’s New South Cuisine is the quintessential gathering place, where the heart and spirit of Greenville have come together for more than 20 years to experience exceptional food, wine, cocktails, and craft beer. Offering a menu of southern-inspired cuisine with a focus on locally-grown, seasonal ingredients, Soby’s puts a modern twist on classic regional dishes and presents them in a casually elegant ambiance. As one of the city’s best, most iconic and beloved restaurants, your stay in Greenville isn’t complete without a meal at Soby’s

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The Lazy Goat

www.thelazygoat.com

864-679-5299

Victoria Ann Moore — whom Esquire three years ago named a "Chef to Keep Your Eye On" — is one of the true innovators here. She is the executive chef at the Lazy Goat, where she brought into the city a wide array of Mediterranean flavors and ideas, from fine charcuterie of Jamón Serrano Ibérico, Italian salami, and Spanish country cheeses to dishes like succulent braised pork belly with cannellini bean cassoulet and papas bravas potatoes with fire onions, chorizo, and saffron aïoli.

 

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Find Your Inspiration

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Who should attend the conference?

All Rotarians along with partners and/or spouses.

What is the purpose of the conference?

The purpose of the conference is simple:  to share ideas, celebrate our accomplishments, and find out what has been happening in the district and the world.

When is the conference? Where is the conference?

Why attend District Conference?

This is a perfect opportunity to network and share ideas with other Rotarians. You will also get to know the amazing projects going on around the country. A District Conference is one of the most enjoyable and reward privileges of Rotary membership.

What are the costs associated with Conference?

Lodging:  The District Conference Committee has negotiated the following rates at the Hyatt Regency - Greenville:  Single Rate/Double Rate $149, Triple Rate $169, and Quad Rate $169. Premium and Suite upgrades may be available for an additional fee based on availability. These room rates are subject to tax, which is currently 10% plus a 2% Destination Fee. Reservations must be made on or before the cutoff date of Friday, April 10, 2019 to be eligible for the group rate.


Hotel parking is $7.50 per day; valet parking additional.


Note: The group rate is available April 30th - May 5th.


Registration:


  • The on-line registration site will open on Thursday, November 1, 2018 and will close at midnight on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. Please encourage everyone in your club to register before the cut-off date.
  • A special registration rate of $225 will be effective from November 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018. The registration rate increases to $250 on January 1, 2019 and to $275 on April 10, 2018.
  • Please encourage all members to visit the conference website at Rotary6910Conference.org for up-to-date information. A link has been placed on the district website RotaryDistrict6910.org that will also take you directly to the conference website.
  • All conference registrations will be made through DACdb. To register for the district conference, please go to the district website at RotaryDistrict6910.org and scroll down. Click on "Click Here to Register". Should anyone require additional assistance with the online registration, you can contact the district office at 770-538-0909 or email at admin@rotarydistrict6910.org .
  • Cancellations:  In order to request a registration refund, cancellation or changes to your registration, you must submit your request in writing to the District 6910 Office. All refunds for registration fees will have a $50 processing fee per person registered. No refunds after April 10, 2019.
  • Spouse/Guest Registration:  If fully registered, your spouse/guest will be able to participate in all conference events and meals.

Spouse/Guest Registration:


     Lift Off Dinner (Thursday) $50

     Be the Inspiration Dinner (Friday) $60

     The Rotary Foundation Lunch (Friday) $45

     Breakfast Buffet (Saturday) $35

     Kentucky Derby Dinner/Celebration (Saturday) $75



What to wear?

Attire for all events is resort casual, except for Friday night's "Be the Inspiration" Dinner and Saturday night's "Kentucky Derby" Dinner/Celebration. If you have a tendency to get cold, please bring a sweater or jacket with you to the General Sessions. Please feel free to wear your favorite Rotary shirt for the Friday and Saturday General Sessions.

What is a House of Friendship (HOF)?

This is where the Rotary world comes together and where ideas, best practices, and project success are proudly shared. You can:

  • Browse booths showcasing Rotary projects, Rotary Fellowships, and Rotarian Action Groups
  • Shop for Rotary-licensed merchandise, including pins, shirts and banners: Awards 4 U
  • Participate in the GRSP (Georgia Rotary Student Program) Silent Auction - 15 Students, representing four continents and seven countries will donate an item representative of their country for the silent auction. Proceeds will benefit the endowment of GRSP.
  • Fellowship - Reconnect with friends and make new ones.
  • Breaks:  Cookies will be provided during breaks from the General Sessions
  • Compete for the Best Club Booth Award:  Governor Bruce is asking all clubs to participate in this year's House of Friendship/"Rolling on the River Exhibition Hall" by exhibiting the club's Signature Project, District Grant or Global Grant. Please utilize the District 6910 Conference Theme "Rolling on the River" or the 2018-19 Rotary theme "Be the Inspiration."
  • Have your photo taken in the HOF Rolling on the River Photo Booth.

Will there be "Free-Time"?

Friday, May 3rd  1:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Saturday, May 4th 1:30 - 6:30 pm

What can I do during free time?

Planned Group Activities or enjoy Greenville on your own.

See here for additional information.


There are over 100 restaurants to choose from - We have listed a few of them on the website.

What to expect?

General sessions:

  • Recognize accomplishments at all levels and inspire everyone to get involved
  • Recognize those who have participated in Rotary Foundation activities
  • Promote successful club and district projects
  • Highlight achievements of individual Rotarians
  • Recognize Georgia Rotary Students (GRSP)
  • Be inspired with our speakers

Dinners:


Thursday, May 2, 2019:  "Lift Off" Dinner:  DG Bruce and Pam Azevedo are hosting a dinner to honor our *Presidents and their Assistant Governors in District 6910.  This is a pre-conference event and is open to all Rotarians and their guests.  The cost is $60 per person.*No charge to 2018-19 Club Presidents and Assistant Governors.


Keynote Speaker:


Wayne Bingham, Polio Survivor and Wayne Bingham, Polio Survivor and Unite Space Alliance Flow Manager for the Space Shuttle:  Columbia


Friday, May 3, 2019:  Be the Inspiration Dinner


Interfaith Service:  We will offer an inter-faith service on Sunday morning from 8:30 am - 9:00 am and encourage our Rotarians to attend. District Chaplain Calvin Ward will officiate, and his message will encompass the 2018-19 theme, "Be the Inspiration."

Will there be a Golf Tournament?

There will not be an organized Golf Tournament but public golf courses in the Greenville Area can found here.

Will child care be available?

 Watch for details in the next few weeks on opportunities for child care/activities. 

Contact Us

For More Information

District Conference Chair - Past District Governor Dianne Cammarata