Soby’s is a perfect reflection of Greenville and the Upstate. Fresh, creative dishes inspired by rich, Southern traditions and infused with new, International flavors. An exciting urban energy in a warm, inviting space. Bright and talented professionals treating you like a long lost cousin. An orgy of taste and sound and color and emotion in a place that feels like home. Indulge yourself – for dinner, Monday through Sunday evenings, or during Sunday Brunch. At Soby’s. In downtown Greenville.
Devereaux’s is located in the heart of Downtown Greenville, walking distance from the Westin Poinsett Hotel and The Peace Center for the Preforming Arts. The restaurant is housed in a century-old cigar factory that has been transformed into a first-rate restaurant which is quickly becoming one of the most recognized culinary establishments in the South. The ambience is warm and relaxed and the service staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Devereaux’s provides complimentary valet parking and a non-smoking environment.
High Cotton is Lowcountry born, yet right at home in Greenville. Like the time-honored phrase it is high spirited and livin’ large. Located in beautiful Falls Park with scenic views of the Reedy River, High Cotton is an inviting place to relax and enjoy hospitality at its best. The cuisine is unabashedly American, familiar and robust featuring meats, game and fresh fish – no confetti on the plates or in the descriptions. Familiar, irresistible desserts. Whether you come alone or with a group, to dine or enjoy a burger at the bar, High Cotton exudes that magical feeling of comfortable abundance. Like Bess said, “…the fish are jumpin’ and the cotton is high.” Life is good even if it’s not always fair. And after a great piece of perfectly cooked meat or fish and a glass of wine, it begins to look even better.
Grille 33 located inside The Channel is more than just a burger joint. Serving Certified Black Angus Beef burgers they’ve been called the best burgers in the Upstate. After being open for 2 weeks, Grille 33 won Runner Up for “Best Burger Joint” by Fox Carolina. Each burger is named after a street in the downtown district. Some brave souls try the Stone Burger, which is an Angus patty stuffed with American cheese housed inside a grilled glazed doughnut…sounds bizarre, but EVERYONE loves it! For the healthier eaters, you’ll find phenomenal salads and black-bean burgers. Grille 33 also sports a 150” TV screen to watch your favorite team. And don’t forget the delicious sweet potato fries and The Fried Twinkie for dessert.
Corona Mexican Restaurant
404 McCravy Drive & 121 E. Blackstock Rd.
(864) 585-9980 & (864) 574-7271
296 E. Blackstock Rd. & 39 Hearon Circle
(864) 576-7883 & (864) 503-0247
Coffee Cup Cafe
551 E. Main Street
New China Restaurant
860 E. Main Street
Papa’s Breakfast Nook
191 E Saint John Street
145 Southport Road
Sugar ‘n Spice Drive In Restaurant
212 S. Pine Street
110 Garner Road
1200 E. Main Street
111 E. Blackstock Road
Western North Carolina Area
Roux features an innovative menu incorporating small plates and comfort food with a creative twist. The restaurant will use as much local food as possible, supporting the Hilton Asheville’s commitment to sustainability. The menu features local farm fresh products prepared in a creative but simple fashion, blending the best of both the gourmet and southern comfort food worlds.
You know those great little places you find on the best road trips? This is one of them. Drop in for a tasty appetizer, big fat burger, wrap, a sandwich of your choice or a crispy salad. Eat inside or on the deck overlooking the Rocky Broad River. Or, if you’re going hiking in Chimney Rock Park, pick up a picnic to go. Located in the heart of Chimney Rock Village next to the Park entrance, 60 miles north of greenville. Catering. Beer and wine available. Open all year.