Newly-opened in one of Greenville’s food deserts, Comal 864 looks to make a difference

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Greenville eatery Comal 864’s story began with Brownsville, Texas-native Dayna Lee’s quest to bring South Texas flair to Upstate palates. And as Lee’s brand has grown so have her plans. She announced in June that Comal 864 was shifting from a pop-up operation to a permanent site in the former Woodside Bistro at 1112 Woodside Avenue and now, it’s happened — the restaurant opened Nov. 16...

— Rick Spruill

Comal 864: Greenville’s Favorite Taco Pop-Up Is Now A Restaurant

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Since July of 2019, Comal 864 has been serving up authentic street-style tacos, and more to taco lovers! Keep reading to learn more about the Upstate’s most popular taco pop-up and info about the new brick-and-mortar location opening in November...

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From South Texas to Greenville, Comal 864 is a restaurant and a calling

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CITY VIEW — Generally, the people who find themselves at Comal 864 fit into one of three categories. Those who are intentional about following chef Dayna Lee from her various brewery popups to the new home of the Mexican restaurant inspired by her South Texas roots.

— Eric Connor

Food & Wine national publication names Greenville among 11 ‘next great food cities’

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GREENVILLE — The culinary scene in Greenville for long has been outshined by Charleston to the south and Asheville to the north, but a premiere food publication has given it a boost. National culinary magazine Food & Wine on April 13 announced that in its April 22 travel edition Greenville is named one of the best 11 “up-and-coming culinary destinations to visit now.”

— Eric Connor


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When Woodside Bistro moved out of its original spot on Woodside Ave. to the newly renovated Woodside Mill, one could not help to wonder what might become of the cozy little kitchen down the street from The Village of West Greenville. Thankfully, Comal 864 came to town with their Rio Grande Valley-inspired cooking that previously operated as a food truck/pop-up kitchen...

— Brett Barest