Tabby Town Tuesday in Greenville, SC

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Today I thought I would show you some more sights from around our town.  There really is so much to do here that it is hard to narrow it down, but I decided we would start with…


Oh, you can click on the pictures to bigify them if you like.  On our last tour I was showing you around town and Falls Park.  Across the bridge over the falls is the Historic West End.  It really is pretty and there is a lot going on in that part of town.


The scenery is so pretty and the trees and flowers are looking mighty fine.


I guess this just goes to show you what a Tabby Town this is because this is supposed to be where the Persian Cats go for food.  This is a picture of the logo sign for Pomegranate on Main which says they specialize in Persian Food.  I peeked in the window and I didn’t see one Persian!  Maybe it was a bit early.


They are starting to get quite a few specialty shops in the Historic West End, one of which is the The Lollipop Shop .  I checked, they did not have any CatNip flavored lollipops at all.


If you like art, they you would really like the Midtown Artery because they have original works of art from all over the world.


What about food?  Hey, now you’re talking, you might enjoy the Rio Grille which is a Brazilian Steakhouse.  Basically here’s the deal, they give each diner a card with a green light and a card with a yellow light and a card with a red light.  As long as your card with the green light is up they will keep bringing you food to eat.  When you want to take a breather, turn up the card with the yellow light.  And when your done, turn up the card with the red light.  Whoa, too much green light can make your tummy hurt.


This is an interesting old warehouse.  Hey, what’s that up on the chimney???


I’m really not sure what it is, but I’m not sure that I want to get any closer.

I hope you enjoyed the tour today and I’ll show you some more next week.  Guess where we are going next week, I’ve give you a hint…it’s round.

Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!


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48 thoughts on “Tabby Town Tuesday in Greenville, SC

  1. Luna, Luzie and Olli

    Hello Brian, we enjoyed much the trip in your lovely town. Great idea ! This Gargoyl on the chimney is cute.
    Thanks for showing us your tabby town.

  2. AFSS

    MOL, we got a good laugh at the Gargoyle on the chimney. Mommy thinks it is cute.

    That steakhouse sounds great. We would leave ours on green forever. Thanks for showing us around.

  3. Robyn

    I love seeing your town through your eyes, Brian. It makes me want to visit Greenville – I wish we had a Lollipop shop around here!

  4. Max the Quilt Cat

    Wonderful tour. I think I'll put a card with green light oh it by my food dish and see what happens. Great pictures. Thanks.

  5. Marg

    That was a wonderful tour Brian. Too bad that restaurant didn't have any nip for you. Love the little guy climbing up the chimney. Great pictures and we are so glad Brian that you were there to snooopervise.
    Have a great day.

  6. Admiral Hestorb

    wow! Brian you're the best tour guide effur!

    Loved seeing you in the pictures as you sat , observed and related what we were looking at.

  7. ♥I am Holly♥

    Thanks for the tour Brian!! Your town looks like a cool place to live! Lots of love, Holly and mom

  8. Catherine

    A lollipop store? How fun! Too bad there wasn't any nip flavoured or at least a fish flavoured one. You sure get to see lots of pretty site Brian ~ thank you for sharing!

    xo Catherine

  9. The Kool~Kittie~Krew

    Thanx for some more touring! That restaurant sounds GRRR-8~!!! We'd have our card green all the time!

  10. AttieCattie

    Brain dear, your town is wunnerful! i would love to visit the lollipop shop especially. thank you for coming by and wishing me well wif Lautrec, he did say yes!

  11. Angie, Catladyland/Katt Food

    What a great town! So much to do…although I think you need to start campaigning for catnip-flavored lollipops!

  12. 3 doxies

    Ahhhhhhh Greeeeeenville!!!!!!!
    Ain't it just amazing how much mores beautiful it is nows than befores…we coming up in da world…hehehe!


  13. meowmeowmans

    Hi Brian! We love it when you show us around your awesome city! 🙂

    That gargoyle on the chimney is funny (but a little scary, too).

    We hope you have a fantastic day.

  14. Pierro

    Oh my, what a nice place to live and visit! yep, the artshop would be a great place to have a look around. It is always nice to see handcrafted stuff!

    bonks Brian

  15. Mishkat

    Greenville looks like such a nice place to live, Brian. Our mom particularly likes that old warehouse with the gargoyle – so cool!

  16. SuziQCat

    Loved seeing more of your town…I can't believe you didn't see any Persain cats in that restaurant! The lollipop place looks fun too…we have a place in our town called 'Loco Pops' and they make frozen pops for dogs, but nothing for cats. We are always discriminated against!

  17. Katnip Lounge

    We sure enjoyed the tour, Brian! Mommy thinks the gargoyle in pretty cool.
    You are certainly the ManCat about town…we're assuming you teleport and Do Not use the dreaded car.

  18. Siku Marie, White Dog

    Your town has a lot of cool places to explore! My favorite lamb shanks in the whole world (and I have traveled) come from a Persian restaurant right here in Albuquerque! Come to think of it mom has never mentioned seeing any Persian cats there, either! Can't wait for the tour to continue…

  19. Cara n Crew

    We sure love the tours of your town, Brian. Greenville sounds and looks like a pawsome place. Our mum has been to a Brazilian steak house before (we are jealous) and you definitely want to starve yourself before you go!

    -Pip, Smidgen, Minnie

  20. Beth

    Thanks for sharing photos from your city. I enjoyed my armchair tour! Love the cats in hats on your sidebar, too, Brian! Have a great week!

  21. Mickey,Georgia , Tillie

    That was a super tour Brian!!! We enjoyed it and so did Mom 🙂
    If that Brazilian place has a kitty bar, we would all be happy! hahahaha
    We look forward to the next stop 🙂
    Some place round… like a racetrack? That was Mom's guess,she likes car racing,heehee
    Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillie

  22. Caren Gittleman

    So glad to have FINALLY found your blog! This posting was GENIUS!!

    OMC I LOVED how the tabby is in all of the photos…too cute!

    Loved the "persian restaurant"

    I am one of your newest followers!
    Hope you will follow back!

    Cat Chat

  23. William

    Your town looks lovely!

    But that thing on the chimney? I think it's the same thing that made William (no relation) Shatner go mental when he saw it on the wing of that plane… I'd be very careful if I were you!

  24. Spitty-the-Kitty

    You live in a real purty town! I like my town but it's kinda foggy and dirty.

    That gargoyle can't be good. Do you think it mighta killed Santa Claus and now it will bring scary stuff down everyone's chimney at Christmastime?

  25. Old Kitty

    Oh wow!!! Thank you so much wonderful Brian!! What a very interesting and truly lovely tour of your Historic West End District!! The trees are certainly lovely and me and Charlie love the quirky shops! Lollipops, Persian food, eclectic international art, totally mad steakhouse.. goodness there's so much to do and see and eat! Oh but you saved the best for last – that funny white figurine is truly mysterious!!!

    Thank you lovely Brian!!! Me and Charlie might have a lollipop now!

    Hello to your sweet sisters Zoe, Gracie, Sascha and Dolly!
    Take care

  26. Kat_RN

    Thanks for the info, we went to Rio's in Myrtle Beach and really enjoyed it, nice to know there is one much closer. Have you tried their grilled pineapple?

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