SoCo's Next Adventure
SoCo is moving to Uptown Greenville and we could not be more excited. We have operated SoCo on our farm in Wilson, NC for the past 10 years and are ready to change things up a little. Don't worry, the new restaurant will be equally as intimate and charming. And of course Jeremy will still be serving his amazing food. Over the next few months, we will be renovating the 1895 historic Jones Lee house that was recently moved to 304 S. Greene St., Greenville, NC. We feel very lucky to own a historic property in a city that is making huge strides in revitalizing its uptown area. We don't have a re-opening date yet, but we look forward to feeding you soon!
Since 2010, SoCo has focused on being scratch-made and intimate. Whether you’re having dinner or getting married here, your experience is small-batch and personalized. Your food is prepared and served by the husband-and-wife team who lives here and runs the farm. Jeremy, the chef, is the only person in the kitchen. Kimberly, the General Manager and Wine Director will be seating you, and serving you. They love what they do, and have kept SoCo small so you can have a grand experience.
SoCo stands for "Southern Comfort." This—along with the vision of eating well and eating local—is at the heart of the food and atmosphere SoCo creates for it's guests. When this farm and restaurant were founded, the goal was to give people a unique dining experience; including creative, made-from-scratch food using wholesome NC ingredients.
SoCo was previously located on an 11-acre farm in Wilson, NC where most of the organic vegetables, fruit and natural poultry are grown for use in the restaurant. The remainder of the ingredients are proudly source locally, which is easy in a region so agriculturally rich as eastern North Carolina. We are keeping the farm and hope to supply some of the veggies for the new location.
Jeremy, a recovering military brat, began cooking professionally in '99 with Food&Wine Best New Chef James Mazzio, and most recently served as Sous Chef to Vivian Howard of Chef and the Farmer. Kimberly, a recovering graphic designer and an eNC native; enthusiastically serves as SoCo's General Manager, Wine Director and Executive Farmer.