National Geographic Travel is the latest to honor Greenville.
The travel magazine released its list of the best small cities in the U.S. this week, naming 29 "Cities on the Rise.
The list was sorted into 10 categories that the magazine said influence both residents and visitors.
Those categories are:
❚ Most Hipster Friendly (coffee shops, tattoo parlors, record shops, vintage stores)
❚ Musically Grooviest (music venues, live music, instrument stores)
❚ Most Instagrammed (hashtags)
❚ Most Artsy (art galleries, art supply stores, art schools)
❚ Best Groomed (barber shops, hair salons, hair removal services, cosmetic dentists)
❚ Meatiest (butchers, delis, steakhouses)
❚ Sudsiest (breweries)
❚ Most Dog Friendly (pet sitting, pet stores, pet groomers, dog friendly restaurants) (breweries)
❚ Most Caffeinated (coffee shops)
❚ Greenest (parks) Greenville earned its spot as! one of the "meatiest" locales.
The city’s feature in the magazine notes Greenville’s number of butchers, delis and steakhouses, with a shout-out to Halls Chophouse.
Naturally, the feature also highlights Greenville’s Falls Park, the downtown spot that has become the face of the city.
See the full list at nationalgeographic.com