The Greenville Small Plate Crawl is produced by Carolina Epicurean Events.

Our Crawl is a low-cost and fun event for the public as well as a low-cost way for restaurants to build their customer base, increase brand awareness, show off their chef and cuisine, and give back to their community in a fun way.


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    Laura Huff - Owner, Event Planner

    When Laura isn’t organizing Carolina Epicurean Events, she’s blogging about Carolina Lifestyle and the culinary scene in North and South Carolina; restaurant reviews, chef biographies, farmer interviews, food trends, local and sustainable from farm to fork, and everything in-between.

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    Nichole Livengood - Partner, Event Planner

    Along with acting as presenting partner for all South Carolina Small Plate Crawls, I help clients and their businesses reach their full potential as NicLivePR and am the writer behind Gap Creek Gourmet. When I’m not eating my way around South Carolina (and beyond) or making a mess in my kitchen, I’m shuffling special projects and tackling writing gigs.


  1. Bring cash. It’s faster, getting you on your way more quickly.
  2. Please tip servers. They’re working harder for smaller checks.
  3. If crawling in a very large group, please try not to occupy seats for a long time, especially if only one or two plates are being ordered.
  4. If there’s a wait at a restaurant, crawl another nearby spot, and then go back.

© 2017 Greenville Small Plate Crawl