Chefs turn historic Greenwood building into unique eatery



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On a historic corner of Old Town Greenwood, the past and future of dining are being fused together.

Diners at Revery will step into an 1860s building featuring exposed brick, original wood floors and reclaimed architectural elements.

At the same time, they can order a beef po boy, duck fat poutine or pickled beets. Instead of bread, they’ll be served handcrafted sour cream or barbecue-flavored popcorn as a warm-up and cotton candy for a post-dinner palette cleanser.

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