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A new ‘clean-option’ restaurant is coming to downtown Greer.

Harvest Kitchen will open at 112 Cannon St. in the first quarter of  2021.

The restaurant is one of more than 20 businesses that have opened or announced an opening since the beginning of Greer’s downtown CenterG streetscape project, according to Sharon Self, marketing and research director of the Greer Development Corp. Cannon Street is included in Phase 2 of the streetscape project.

“Once again, the public-private partnerships found in the City of Greer have attracted an exciting new business to downtown,” Greer Mayor Rick Danner said in a written release. “Harvest Kitchen is a perfect addition to the growing number of restaurants in downtown. The indoor/outdoor dining options directly behind City Park will provide a dining experience unlike no other.”

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Harvest Kitchen is a family-owned eatery born from the Henry family’s health and fitness journey, during which they discovered it wasn’t easy to find a restaurant with an abundance of clean options, according to the release.

The restaurant’s menu will cater to clean diets, including plant-based and gluten-free, by providing healthy options created with freshly harvested ingredients. Guests will be able to pick from one of their Harvest Favorites or get creative and craft their own salad, grain bowl, or smoothie, the release said.

“Greer has always been good to me and my business ventures,” said Harvest Kitchen owner Heidi Henry in the release. “I love downtown Greer, and I am confident that this is the right place, at the right time, for us to open Harvest Kitchen. We are excited to be part of such a dynamic growing community.”

Tiffany and Kurt Price, owners of Namaste Fitness Studio, also located on Cannon Street, have leveraged the CenterG project and the growth of their own business to not only expand their own business, but to upfit three neighboring buildings which will house Harvest Kitchen and the recently announced Pure Wellness Spa, the release said.

“This indoor/outdoor café was our vision for what we wanted for our clients, Greer, and ourselves,” the couple said in reference to Harvest Kitchen, their new tenant.

“We are beyond excited to have healthy, organic food choices, a patio with a beautiful view of Greer City Park,” the Prices said. “We are thankful that the Henrys chose to be our neighbors with this very cool venture of wellness.”

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