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Garden & Gun picks Oak Hill Restaurant and Farm

Portrait of chef David Porras and owner Lori Nelsen
Lorie Nelsen with chef David Porras. Photo courtesy of Oak Hill Cafe and Farm

Garden & Gun magazine highlighted “five new favorites from 2019 that helped shape what dining means in the South now,” including Oak Hill Cafe, launched by Lori Nelsen, “a lab manager from the environmental sciences department at Greenville’s Furman University.” Nelsen, the magazine says, “partnered up with chef David Porras to open a different kind of restaurant—one that pushes the definition of what farm to table means in the South.

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