Partners of G2 Urban Farms
G Squared is already working with the Pee Dee Food Hub, a non-profit entity that gathers, markets, sells and delivers produce directly from participating farms to various markets throughout the Pee Dee region. Their goal is to supply fresh produce to local restaurants, grocery stores, churches and other appropriate businesses, institutions and community groups. Facilitating this goal is a program called Carolina Farm Share. This program is based on the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) model, a production and marketing model where consumers buy shares of a farm’s harvest in advance. This allows the Pee Dee Food Hub and G Squared Urban Farms the opportunity to aid in the improvement of health and wellness, food safety and traceability of produce. It helps G Squared to increase their territory into the coastal region of SC, ever mindful of the Hub’s theme: “Healthy Local Food is Good Business.”
It is also with great excitement that G Squared has joined forces with a growing number of local restaurants, including Town Hall Restaurant & Bar, Victor’s, Rivertown Bistro, Bonfire, and Red Bone Alley. Chefs are eager to experiment with produce that has previously been difficult to obtain affordably – if at all. Some chefs and restaurant owners are so intrigued about the opportunities provided by Tower Gardens, they have purchased Towers for their own restaurants. G Squared is forming maintenance contracts to help these businesses be successful in aeroponic farming.
Together, all these entities are embracing the opportunity to be allies in order to increase the amount of fresh, local produce available to the public thereby improving health and quality of life for one and all.
Located in the Historic District of downtown Conway, South Carolina, Rivertown Bistro offers unmatched atmosphere and unequaled culinary fusions. The seasonal menu serves the best the local area has to offer. Rivertown Bistro brings culinary artistry to the heart of historic Conway. Always innovative yet true to the southern roots so celebrated in this region of South Carolina, Rivertown Bistro finds the perfect fit between form and function in food.
Dine on the upstairs deck overlooking tranquil historic downtown Conway. Sup in the private upstairs dining room or spend an elegant evening in the two-tiered main dining room .
Open lunch Tuesday-Saturday 11:30am – 2:00pm. Supper Tuesday-Saturday 5:00pm to 9:30pm.
Happy Hour in the Bar Tuesday – Saturday 5pm-7pm. Great prices on eclectic cocktails, beers, wine, and small bites.
2014Trip Advisor Award of Excellence!
A new smokehouse/barbecue spot located in Historical Downtown Conway on the banks of the Waccamaw River. Pulled pork, eclectic tacos, racks of ribs.
110 Main St, Conway, SC 29526
Phone: (843) 488-4227
Hours: Friday - Tuesday open 11am -10pm, Wednesday & Thursday 11am - 9:30pm
Led by executive chef Bobby Hodge, Town Hall is a farm-driven, Southern-inspired restaurant located in Florence, S.C.
The menu changes with the seasons, and features a selection of starters and entrees with both familiar and unexpected ingredients, some of which are from our nearby family farm. Locally and responsibly raised meat, pork and seafood options are prepared on our open wood-fire grille, and are served alongside family-style sides. Located in the historic Kress corner on West Evans and S. Dargan Street, Town Hall also offers an extensive list of American spirits, local beer, fine wines and well-balanced cocktails.
101 West Evans Street Florence, SC 29501
Monday - Thursday: 5-10 pm
Friday & Saturday: 5-11 pm
Red Bone Alley
Dale Barth understood at an early age what makes a restaurant great. While studying biology at the College of Charleston, Barth waited tables and worked as a bartender and cook. He imagined opening a place of his own. A dream restaurant with good, fresh, and innovative cooking. Attentive and friendly service. An atmosphere that would offer diners an escape from the everyday. Quality food and wine for adults. A fun place to be for kids.
In 1993, Barth's dream became a reality with the opening of the first Red Bone Alley Restaurant & Bar in Florence, SC. The restaurant took off. Lines formed and critics ate it up. The restaurant immediately realized a profit and a complete return on investment in just sixty months.
Dedicated to offering his customers the freshest food possible, Barth and his staff start every day early by gathering the day's ingredients -- produce bought directly from local farmers, honey gathered by South Carolinian beekeepers, Darlington County rice, freshly caught Atlantic seafood, and the highest quality aged Western beef flown in daily.
1903 West Palmetto St
Florence SC 29501