Each Year, the Lowest Greenville Collective hosts a Fall Festival, which is an opportunity for area residents to hang out, support their local businesses and enjoy a fun-filled day of food, drinks and music. On October 26, everyone is invited out to do exactly that, but this year’s festival will be extra special, as it will also feature trick-or-treating for the kids.
The festivities begin at 11 a.m., when businesses will start handing out candy and a gratis S’mores pizza that’s topped with Nutella, Marshmallow Fluff dollops, Graham Cracker sprinkle and Hershey bars from Greenville Avenue Pizza Company. Continue reading
In 1885, when a new train line was constructed between Omiya and Utsunomiya, Hasuda Station was opened on the route in the eastern part of Saitama Prefecture. Soon afterward Kanjiro Kuribara and his wife Tome founded a small dining place officially named Hinode-ya (literally Sunrise-house) in front of the west exit of Hasuda Station. Continue reading
On Saturday, April 27, head for Lowest Greenville, because that’s where you’ll find a full day’s worth of food, drinks and activities. The Lowest Greenville Collective is hosting the celebration, which will showcase everything the bustling street has to offer, including the area’s restaurants, bars and shops. Continue reading
Gung Ho, the bustling American-Chinese restaurant on Lowest Greenville Avenue is launching brunch for the first time ever on Saturday, October 20. Just in time for the fall weather, weekend brunch will be offered every Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 3pm. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
The main event going on this weekend for may is the parade in celebration of St Patrick’s Day. This might make visitors for the NCAA smile, or perhaps frown. Regardless where you stand on the Greenville parade the time to don your green apparel is upon us. Beannachtai na Feile Padraig!
Today we have assembled some fun activities that involve a parade, and a few others to distract you this weekend. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
It is mudbug season again and we will be working on the best hotspots for our 2018 scouting report for the best places to enjoy crawfish for the next few weeks. The bugs are still a bit small because of the colder weather, but look for that to change in the coming weeks.
We checked out the Ragin’ Crab recently and thought the crawfish were smaller than we usually enjoy, they were of eating size and cooked seriously well. This means they were not mushy or overcooked, had a tender bite with extreme sauce flavors. These people have their cooking methods down, and the sauce with a kicking spice for any level you prefer (or none). Continue reading