The heart of downtown Greenville will obtain two new dining selections with one giving authentic Asian dishes and the other providing modern-Italian delicacies.

Indaco is a rustic Italian restaurant and O-Ku Greenville, delivers seafood and vintage Japanese dishes. Both will open soon at 40 W. Wide St.

Indaco is slated to open on Friday, June 9 and O-Ku has yet to established an opening day, but expects to open up all-around the starting of July, each sitting south of metropolis corridor adjacent to just one one more.

The outside bar section of Indaco, a modern-Italian restaurant, which sits adjacent to the greenspace located at 40 W. Broad St., downtown Greenville. 

The outdoor bar features 25 seats, and will offer after hour pizza slices, bonfires for s'mores and work in conjunction with Ice on Main and other greenspace events happening throughout the year.

“We’re so fired up. Greenville is a city we’ve usually explained we need to get there. The admiration and the excitement which is in the town is seriously outstanding,” stated Steve Palmer, founder of The Indigo Highway Hospitality Group, centered out of Columbia. “Greenville has a vibrant eating scene, so we generally try to be respectful of people today in the group.”

By Taba