The Beloved Egg Nog Pop-up Shop Returns To Uptown Greenville | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    Greenville, NC     After much anticipation, we officially have some NOG NEWS! The popular holiday pop-up shop supporting Children's Miracle Network at Vidant Children's Hospital has announced their return to Uptown Greenville in what they're labeling a "Remixed" version of the event.

    This year's Nog will look slightly different from years past, but that won't stop the holiday cheer. By teaming up with two local Uptown Greenville businesses, they're offering two (2) ways to Nog in 2020.

    Nog Express @ Smashed Waffles will feature a way for Nog lovers to order Nice (non-alcoholic) Nog Quarts online for pickup or delivery with the option to make them "Naughty" with recipe cards at home. Single-cup Nog orders will also be made available for walk-in customers. This version of the event will offer eggnog lovers a chance to enjoy the beverage all day, every day during Smashed Waffles' normal business hours beginning December 10th.

    Nog Bar @ Still Life will feature Nog beverages in their festive open-air Sky Bar on Wednesday through Sunday nights beginning December 10th at 5pm. Families and Kids are all welcome to join in on the festivities with options to enjoy Nice Nogs and/or Naughty Nogs on location.

    The utilization of two different spaces will allow the event to accommodate for social distancing while also allowing Nog fans multiple ways to celebrate the magic of the season.

    "We're so excited that we found some creative solutions to bring Nog back for its third installment," said Hunter Harrison, Nog Co-Founder. "We've been overwhelmed by the response from our community over the past two years, and knew that we had to figure out a way to make it happen this year while adhering to COVID local and state guidelines. The guys at Still Life have been very supportive by offering their space to accommodate this year's Nog and by utilizing the current delivery systems we have at Smashed Waffles, we can safely provide an at-home Nog experience for those who aren't comfortable venturing out. Most importantly, we can still do our part to support the local children's hospital at Vidant through the Children's Miracle Network."

    This year's menu features last year's favorite drinks, the Holiday Classic, the Elf'd Up, and the Rum Rum Rudolph with options to enjoy them either Naughty or Nice.

    More info:

  • Contact: Uptown Greenville

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