Quality Inn & Suites
1314 S. Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29605
Phone: (864) 770-3737
Fax: (864) 770-3730
1314 S. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville, SC, US, 29605
- Phone: (864) 770-3737
- Fax: (864) 770-3730
Davani's is an Italian restaurant in Greenville serving premium meats, fresh seafood and house made pastas. Using only the freshest ingredients available, their food has a distinct freshness and flavor to it. Accompany your meal with your choice wine from their wide global wine list.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, this fine dining restaurant features an extensive menu of fresh seafood, fine steaks, veal entrees, and other fine dishes, all complemented by a great selection of fine wines and all served in an elegant yet casual atmosphere.
This fabulous 1950's style soda shop and diner features chrome five cent jukeboxes on the tables and serves delicious, fresh, and prepared-to-order hamburgers, fries, malts, and apple pie.
One of the few places where you can hope to get authentic Persian cuisine in Greenville, Pomegranate on Main recreates a typical Iranian restaurant on Main Street. You can choose to sit in the dining room or on the outdoor patio, under the archway; wherever you sit, an enjoyable experience is guaranteed. The walls of the dining room are adorned with creations by Iranian artists, which you can admire while you wait for your Barg Kabob (beef tenderloin marinated in onion and saffron) or Bademjan (pan fried veal and eggplant) to arrive. There are also a few vegetarian options, as well as a wine menu.
If you can't afford that ticket to the Caribbean, let the Caribbean come to you at Chicora Alley! This restaurant and bar offers its customers an array of island favorites and various dishes from world cuisine, including Mexican quesadillas. Call or see the website for more information.
American Grocery Restaurant strives to serve you delicious American cuisine, made from the freshest possible local produce. Their menu is constantly evolving, and you can pick from among dishes made from the season's best produce. If you drop by in the right season, you could be served mouthwatering starters like mussels with smoked paprika cream and grilled bread, followed by the chef's selection of local vegetables and doughnuts filled with cream of apple pastry, apple purée and caramel! There is also a great selection of wines, cocktails and beers to complement your meal. Your meal may not be cheap, but it will certainly make you think about returning.
Having prepared meals for the likes of George Clooney, Kevin Costner and Renée Zellweger, Alex Castro is a chef people associate with a fabulous meal. At Larkin's on the River, where he is Executive Director of Cuisine, he more than lives up to these expectations. Peppered salmon filet (USD13) and the USD14 shrimp and grits are two of the signature entrées, and must be sampled. The Low Country crab cake sandwich and Larkin's steak sandwich are also delicious. There is a filling brunch to be enjoyed on Sundays.
Soby's New South Cuisine offers scrumptious southern cooking with a twist. The restaurant is open daily for dinner and serves brunch on Sundays. The menu is chock full of southern favorites that will please palates from the world over. Call or see the website for more information.
Even though Greenville already has quite a few steakhouses, Saskatoon, styled like a hunting lodge, still manages to bring something new to the table: wild game. In addition to filet mignon, prime rib and sirloin steak, diners can also order buffalo, elk, fresh trout and salmon, duck and ostrich if they want to try something different. All grilled, roasted and otherwise cooked to tender perfection, the menu helpfully lists a chef-recommended wine to go with whichever dish strikes your fancy. The wild game sausage appetizer and the mixed grill are the perfect way to sample all of what Saskatoon has to offer.
At The Lazy Goat, the atmosphere is conducive to having a laugh with friends and taking your sweet time over a meal. The many small plates on the menu are designed so that you and your friends can share more than just stories at the table. This restaurant, with its distinctly Mediterranean flavor, has imbibed influences from many different places including Spain, Greece, the Middle East and Africa. You will have access to views of the Reedy River whether you sit in the dining room or out on the patio, with a drink in hand. A dining room that accommodates 115 is available for private parties. Spread over two floors, this restaurant does not accept reservations, so plan in advance so as to avoid having to fend off other large groups.
Situated just across from the Peace Center for the Performing Arts, Nantucket Seafood Grill is another offering from Rick Erwin, the man who gave Greenville the West End Grille. At this restaurant, with its walnut-stained wooden decor and earthy colors, you immediately feel at home and ready to tuck into a fabulous meal. In addition to the lunch, dinner and brunch menus, this restaurant offers two three-course theater menus, one for USD30 and the other for USD39. Rick's signature shellfish tower, choc-a bloc with oysters, crab legs, tiger shrimp, lobster tail and lots more seafood has to be tried to be believed. Sunday brunch is served between 11a and 2p.
Nose Dive in Downtown Greenville is the perfect place if you're looking to grab a bite and a drink in a casual atmosphere. This gastropub, closed on Sundays, has good food and a vast array of wines, cocktails and handcrafted beers to offer you. You can enjoy snacks like chicken wings and crab pretzels, or have a full meal comprising dishes like shrimp and chorizo pasta, bangers and mash and vegetable curry. South of the Mason Dixon, a concoction made from mint and peach syrup combined with lemon, water and Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka, is one of their many cocktails. There are live music events every week, as well as brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.