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This year's event was held Oct. 11- 13 and featured booths from 42 restaurants, with 250 menu items. This year's event was held Oct. 11- 13 and featured booths from 42 restaurants, with 250 menu items.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -

Organizers of Fall for Greenville say the event set a record for ticket sales, selling more than 1.6 million tickets.

This year's event was held Oct. 11- 13 and featured booths from 42 restaurants, with 250 menu items. One restaurant, Soby's, reported selling 4,785 crab cakes and 1,300 spiced pumpkin cheesecakes during the three day festival. The restaurant also took first place in the People's Choice award.

The complete list of winners includes:

Bon Secours Wellness Arena People's Choice - Soby's New South Cuisine (1st Place), Larkin's on the River (2nd Place) and Two Chefs (3rd Place);

US Foods Silver Spoon - The Nose Dive (1st Place), Fonda Rosalinda's (2nd Place) and Two Chefs (3rd Place);

Tent Decorating - Smoke on the Water (1st Place), Two Chefs (2nd Place) and Larkin's on the River (3rd Place);

ABSOLUT Bartenders' Mix-off - Troy Brown, The Nose Dive (1st Place), Tony Stone, Larkin's on the River (2nd Place), Devin Dorman, The Trappe Door (3rd Place) and Mariah Morrissey, Passerelle Bistro (4th Place);

Waiters' Race - Mike Gillanders, Larkin's on the River (1st Place), Sean Luttrell, The Trappe Door (2nd Place) and David Edwards, Passerelle Bistro (3rd Place).

According to a press release, proceeds benefit seven local nonprofits including: Hands On Greenville, Greenville In Harmony, Boy Scout Troop 260, Greenville Chinese Cultural Association, Red Shoe Society in support of The Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas, Surgeons For Sight and Newcomers Club of Greater Greenville in support of Greenville Meals on Wheels.

For more information regarding Fall for Greenville, click here.

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