Have you visited Taylors Mill in Taylors, SC? The old mill is quietly becoming a stand-alone entertainment destination in the Upstate. If you’ve not been to this repurposed mill in Taylors yet, there are so many reasons to go. Here are the restaurants and entertainment venues available at Taylor’s Mill.
The entire mill is a unique place and we are blessed to be located there and a part of the community.Christy Marut | Co-Owner of The Farehouse
The History of Southern Bleachery & Print Works
From 1924 to 1965, the Southern Bleachery Mill purchased unfinished textiles from surrounding mills and then bleached, dyed, and created finished products.
In 2012 Southern Bleachery & Print Works was added to the National Register of Historic Places. When the mill closed in 1965, it sat vacant for the most part until 2015. Then, coffee and artist’s studios breathed life into the quiet that had existed for so long down this dead-end street in Taylors, SC. Since 2015, the use of the mill has expanded to include places to dine, play, workout, party, and more!
Dining At Taylors Mill in Taylors, SC
Beer connoisseurs will enjoy time at 13 Stripes Brewery. With their numerous events, including craft classes, trivia nights, and more, you can regularly find a reason to find yourself hanging out there. Order from the menu at The Farehouse, or enjoy food from pop-ups hosted there from local food purveyors like White Wine & Butter.
Kidding Around’s Maria is a huge fan of coffee and was terribly excited to discover that a new coffee shop had moved in.
“Junto Coffee is located in an amazing space. Its huge windows let in an abundance of light reflecting the lightly painted walls and ceiling, creating a very warm feeling. Some of the windows look to be original and really add to the charm of the space. And let’s talk about the plants. I love green, growing things. Each window is decorated with a hanging plant and there are large, mature potted plants throughout the comfortable seating. There are a multitude of living room-type sets of furniture as well as benches and more traditional chairs and tables spread throughout the large space. There is also a grassy outdoor space with tables that would be a perfect spot for moms with a couple of little kids to meet up.”
Read our review for Junto Coffee in its entirety on Kidding Around Greenville.
It’s no secret that a few of us here at Kidding Around are self-described pizza snobs. We have particular criteria, and we definitely each have our favorites. The Farehouse is now on my list of go-to pizza places, and I’m mad I didn’t make it there sooner. The pizza, coupled with the gargantuan-sized chicken wigs, topped potato wedges, and the extensive cocktail list, makes for a meal that will make stops at this hidden gem a regular occurrence for your family.
Learn More About The Farehouse on Kidding Around Greenville
Entertainment At Taylors Mill in Taylors, SC
There are trained people at Blue Ox to teach you how to throw the hatchet and there are leather sofas for you to sit back and watch your teen learn a new skill! Children as young as thirteen can throw and for younger siblings in tow, there is a Nerf target throwing area.
$20/hour/person; 4-6 people per lane
Smash Rates: $15+ if you bring your own things to smash / $20+ if you need things to smash
Does your little one love trains? A great addition to Greenville’s list of indoor kid spaces is the Model Trains Station at Taylors Mill. Our Kidding Around writer Anna Artz was fortunate to get a one-on-one tour with chief Engineer aka Model Train Station Chairman Bob Rayle.
You can read Anna’s interview with Bob and learn more about The Model Train Station on Kidding Around
The newest addition to the Taylors Mill had the entire upstate a buzz about “Old School Square Pizza”
Were you a kid of the 80s? Did you wear jelly shoes, listen to Thriller on your Sony Walkman, and eat rectangular-shaped pizza every Friday at school? If you said yes, then hold on to your banana clip – because Pinky’s Revenge is like something from a dream!
If you have no idea what most of those things we mentioned are, it’s ok.
Read all about Greenville’s Newest Arcade – Pinky’s Revenge, On Kidding Around
Shopping At Taylors Mill
A favorite at local farmers’ markets, The Indigo Tribe creates textile items with a unique dye/ice method. Her home goods and wearable items are the kind of things you buy as gifts and then wind up keeping for yourself. Buy duplicates, and then you get to keep one for yourself. Follow The Indigo Tribe on social media, or hit her up on Etsy.
Events at Southern Bleachery in Taylors, SC
Pre-pandemic, there were regular weekly events at the Mill. They have not resumed yet, but follow the Taylors Mill Social media accounts to be one of the first to know when the markets and art events resume.