The Hot Tamale Capital of the world has a new palace.
Chamber Ambassadors and Greenville Mayor John Cox helped the staff of Sho' Nuff Hot Tamales cut the ribbon Friday morning.
The business is on South Main Street next to Sherman's restaurant.
Owner Terrell Gibson started the business with his brother, operating from a cart on Washington Avenue.
Gibson moved to the new location earlier this month. He says the name Sho' Nuff comes from a common saying in the South.
“I think we have a very unique flavor, a taste like - if you came up eating hot tamales in the '70s and '80s, our tamales are very close to the way you remember it growing up,” Gibson said.
Sho' Nuff offers hot tamales, salads and Polish hot dogs.
In the coming months, funnel cakes and other items will be added to the menu.