Easley, S.C. is home to a cool spot in the Upstate that is an awesome example of upcycling an amazing old structure. Welcome to The Silos.
The Silos was originally built back in 1951, and today, this place is experiencing new life as a fun destination for food and drink. When you go exploring here, start your day by getting properly caffeinated at Ninja Warrior Coffee House, and then load up on amazing donuts at “You Drive Me Glazy.” These are great spots to support local businesses.
And supporting local is what Ingles Markets is all about. Literally hundreds of farms and local businesses work with Ingles every day to bring their wares to you and your family.
The next stop on your tour of The Silos should include Inky’s Authentic Philadelphia Cheesesteaks and Hoagies, owned by husband and wife David and Stacey Desrosiers who offer up authentic fare from Philly. It’s a great stop for amazing food.
One really cool thing about The Silos are the awesome train cars that house some of the businesses. One of those is Belladinas, which serves Detroit-style pizza and other delicious dishes.
After sampling some of Philadelphia and Detroit’s finest, go international with Indigo Kitchen, a world-class experience that connects you to India’s diverse cuisine and warm culture.
Finish things off with an awesome ice cream from Pink Mama’s, and you’ve got yourself a comprehensive Silos experience. With these places and so many more to choose from, you can pick your favorites and meet up for yummy get-togethers again and again.
Get your start at EasleySilos.com. Your weekend is waiting on the Ingles Open Road.
To learn more about Ingles Markets, visit their website at ingles-markets.com.