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#YeahTHATAgenda: New Dining in Downtown Greer, Area Hospitals Posting Prices, United Way of Greenville, SpaceX Layoffs, Wahlburger Woes

Jan 14, 2019 09:17AM ● By Chris Haire
Downtown Greer has another new restaurant, one that serves up brunch-style fare for breakfast, craft sandwiches lunch, and fine-dining entrees for dinnerSelect Restaurant opened at the former home of Mimi's Steakhouse of Japan at 107 S. Main St. in December and is the second outpost of the Spartanburg-based eatery. 

Select offers a selection of omelets, waffles, french toast, blinis, pancakes, and benedicts for breakfast, while lunch sees a hearty lineup of sandwiches, including two decadent burgers, the American Trilogy Burger (a 
half-pound Certified Black Angus hand-fashioned patty adorned with pimento cheese, Applewood smoked bacon, and fresh avocado slices, served on a butter toasted Bavarian pretzel bun) and Lowcountry Burger (filleted white shrimp perched on stone-ground grit cake, nestled on a fresh half-pound Certified Black Angus hand-fashioned patty, sliced red onions, with Applewood bacon créme, served on a butter toasted Bavarian pretzel bun).

For a date night out, you can order up craft cocktails and dine on salads, seafood, and steak. Interesting selections include the Smoldering Intensity (p
anko encrusted stone-ground grit cakes entwined with asparagus, adorned with sautéed white shrimp, and enveloped in Applewood bacon crème with a touch of Italian fennel sausage) and the Berry Blue Filet (filet mignon, center-cut Certified Black Angus medallions, enthroned on a bed of roasted garlic mashed potatoes, crowned with Berry Blue, topped with a fresh tuile, and drotzels of blueberry coulis).

Weather Damage And Tariffs Continue To Impact Agribusiness (Greenville Business Magazine)

SC hospitals must now post prices, but will they help consumers or lower health care costs?(Greenville News)

Supermarket ingredients, bounced checks: Employees describe issues at Myrtle Beach Wahlburgers (Myrtle Beach Sun News)

AgriBiz & Farm Expo offers training, updates to help SC farmers thrive (Florence Morning News)

SpaceX Layoffs Include 577 Positions at California Headquarters (Bloomberg)

Why Elizabeth Warren — and every would-be president — prefers macrobrews(WaPo)

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Meghan Barp is a mission-driven strategist, community builder, and advocate. She joined United Way of Greenville County as president and CEO in February 2018, having previously served as senior vice president of community impact for the Greater Twin Cities United Way in Minneapolis, Minn.

In her first year, Barp has met with hundreds of civic, business, and nonprofit leaders in Greenville County to better understand the challenges faced by more than 50,000 living in poverty and the opportunities we have as a community to help more of our neighbors achieve prosperity.

She frequently presents nationally and internationally on philanthropy and volunteerism, and often provides expert consultation to corporations, community leaders, and nonprofits. Barp was recognized as one of Minnesota Business Journal’s “40 under 40” in 2014. Barp proudly serves on the board of directors for both the Peace Center and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.