Euphoria Greenville Food and Wine Festival, 10th Anniversary – Part 2

The last day of Euphoria Food, Wine and Music festival is truly one of the best. If you are going to Euphoria, I hope you plan on staying for the Sunday Funday. If you haven’t read part 1 of my review for Euphoria Food, Wine and music festival, you should read it now.

Jazz Brunch – $45
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The morning starts out (not too early) at 10 am and goes until 2 pm. There are over 20 vendors serving up tasty food and of course, musicians with soothing jazz, while you sip on your Bloody Mary. Besides the vendors, there’s also a buffet with lots of breakfast favorites like eggs and bacon, so you certainly won’t go hungry. There’s also plenty of seating available at this and other Euphoria events. No need to walk around wondering where you will be able to find a seat and actually enjoy your food like some other food festivals.

Now at this point you could leave, having had a fun filled two days in Greenville at Euphoria. But you truly would be missing out on the best part – The Sunday Supper.


Chefs prepping for the Sunday Supper

Why is the Sunday Supper at Euphoria so terrific? First of all they bring a bunch of chefs from all over to collaborate on a a dinner. Past chefs have included Sean Brock and Frank Lee. See picture above of chefs gearing up for the Sunday Supper.

The Sunday Supper – $150


The Sunday Supper is the grande finale to an epic weekend of wine, drinks, music, food and well…getting euphoric. The event is three hours long and believe me, you want to savor every moment of it. If you want, you’ll always have a drink in your hand whether it be beer or a craft cocktail and they’ll be music to serenade diner throughout the evening.




But it is most certainly more than just cocktails and music. The well-known chefs work mighty hard to produce some delicious entrees for the crowd to enjoy.



The food:


Chefs putting the finishing touches on fish


Spicy soup to kick off Euphoria’s Sunday Supper


Most dishes at the Sunday Supper are served family style.

You can buy individual tickets for events or buy packages depending on what suits you. Even if you did a Wine Seminar, the Jazz Brunch and the Sunday Supper, the total is $230 which is pretty reasonable for the quality of the food and wine plus the unique experience. You can find tickets to Euphoria Food, Wine and Music Festival here.


Disclosure: My weekend at Euphoria was complimentary, but the opinions expressed are my own.

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