American Grocery Restaurant – American Grocery Restaurant strives to serve the finest in refined American Seasonal Cuisine, featuring products sourced from local and regional farms and from artisan producers from within the US. Located at 732 S. Main Street Greenville, SC 29601, (864) 232-7665, www.americangr.com

 

Cafe @ Williams Hardware – Located in the heart of downtown Travelers Rest, offers folks a place to stop in off the Swamp Rabbit Trail, visit with friends, have a bite to eat and enjoy an old-fashioned sense of community-and you can browse through the gift shop that features unique food items and other products made here in South Carolina.13 S. Located at Main Street Travelers Rest, SC 29690, (864) 834-7888, www.cafeatwilliamshardware.com

 

High Cotton, Maverick Bar & Grill – A contemporary rendition of high steppin’ Southern living brings an engaging energy to inspired presentations of products from the region’s finest farmers and fisherman, all in a riverfront setting celebrating the best of vibrant Greenville. Dinner nightly beginning at 5 pm. Brunch served Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm. Happy Hour in bar 4-6 pm daily. Private dining available. Located at 550 South Main Street, Suite 100 at RiverPlace Greenville, SC 29601, (864) 335-4200, www.highcottongreenville.com

 

Soby’s New South Cuisine – Soby’s New South Cuisine is a blend of contemporary cuisine infused with traditional southern ingredients. Starting with fresh, seasonal ingredients, our chefs transform Southern favorites into something comfortable and new. Signature dishes include Shrimp and Grits, Fried Green Tomatoes with Jalapeño Pimento Cheese, and Crab Cakes. Award-winning wine list. Open for dinner Mon-Sat at 5:30, Su Brunch served 10:30am-1pm. Located at 207 S. Main Street Greenville, SC 29602, (864) 232-7007, www.sobys.com

 

The Lazy Goat – The Lazy Goat is a Mediterranean-themed restaurant with a menu featuring global influences from Spain, Morocco, Italy, France, Greece, Africa and the Middle East. The culinary team is known for a “made from scratch” approach. The menu ranges from meat & cheese plates, small plates (“graze and nibble”) and main dishes such as house-made pastas, wood-fired pizzas, paella and regional entrees. Open for lunch & dinner, Mon–Sat. Located at 170 Riverplace Greenville, SC 29601, (864) 679-LAZY (5299), www.thelazygoat.com

 

Stone Soup Restaurant – Located in the Foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Stone Soup is a seasonal farm to table restaurant with an eclectic menu. From Southern inspired dishes to French, Italian and some Asian influences the menu covers a diverse range and is sure to please any appetite. The atmosphere is casual with a fine dining flare. You can sit outside under a jasmine covered pergola or inside by the fireplace. Checkout our website for the most recent menu. Located at 1522 E. Rutherford St Landrum, SC 29356, (864) 457-5255, www.stonesoupoflandrum.com

 

SummaJoe’s Searing Pans & Homemade Pizza – At SummaJoe’s, we bring a taste of the upstate right to your plate. We use the very best local ingredients from area farms and local markets in order to create one of the most unique dining experiences you have ever had.  We are proud to use products from a variety of local farms and food purveyors whenever we are able.  At SummaJoe’s, we keep it Simple. Local. Fresh. Located at 127 North Main Street Anderson, SC 29621, (864) 965-9030, www.summajoes.com
 
Chophouse 47 – Winner of Wine Spectator’s acclaimed “Award of Excellence”, 10best.com’s “Top Restaurant” and OpenTable diners’ choice; Chophouse ’47 has created a bustling, New York-style steakhouse experience. The menu features expertly broiled USDA prime aged beef, live Maine lobster and colossal shrimp cocktail. Located at 36 Beacon Drive Greenville, SC 29615, (864) 286-8700, www.chophouse47.com

 

Hall’s Chophouse – As Greenville’s premier steakhouse, we offer wet and dry-aged USDA Prime and Choice Beef as well as locally-sourced fish, poultry, vegetarian and gluten-free options. The Halls Chophouse menu features expertly-crafted dishes that highlight the essence of culinary creativity and distinguished flavor. Located at 550 S. Main Street, Creenville, SC 29601, (803) 335-4200, www.hallschophousegreenville.com

 

Grill Marks – offering the best burgers, the best buns with the best toppings along with salads, sides and desserts. Also features a gourment milk shake, adult milk shake menu and an amazing wine list!  Located at 209 S. Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601, (803) 233-5825, www.grillmarks.com

 

Tupelo Honey – pioneers of Asheville’s farm-to-table movement, Tupelo Honey serves fresh, scratch-made Southern fare and put new twists on old Southern dishes and cocktails. Located at 1 N. Main Street, Ste T, Greenville, SC 29601, (864) 451-6200, www.tupelohoneycafe.com

 

Carolina Ale House – A neighborhood place rooted in the community serving incredible, fresh housemade food, a ton of cold beers, and so many TVs you could watch three games at once.  Located at 1115 Woodruff Road, Greenville, SC 29607, (864) 528-5770, www.carolinaalehouse.com

 

Smoke on the Water – Serving comfort food in a warm inviting atmosphere. Specialties are smoked items – prime rib, beef brisket, baby back ribs, and pulled pork.  And it doesn’t stop there. Chicken, seafood, burgers, and an amazing mix of sides. Located at 1 Augusta St, Ste 202, Greenville, SC 29601, (864) 232-9091, www.saucytavern.com

 

Nose Dive – Urban comfort food enjoyed in the heart of Downtown Greenville. Dinner, Lunch, brunch, and craft brews. Located at 116 S. Main Street Greenville, SC 29601, (864) 373-7300, www.thenosedive.com

 

Chicora Alley – Their quarters provide a cozy setting where you can enjoy a lively blend of Caribbean Reggae and Southern Jazz to Rock n Roll and Bluegrass. Live entertainment and specials every night of the week. A place where the cuisine is a fusion of exotic island and good ol’ Southern home cookin’. Located at 608 S. Main St, Greenville, SC 29601, (864) 232-4100, www.chicoraalley.com