Quality Inn & Suites
1314 S. Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29605
Phone: (864) 770-3737
Fax: (864) 770-3730
Bars & Cafes
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.
Located in the heart of downtown Greenville, Smiley’s Acoustic Café is sure to bring a smile to music lovers in town. This hidden gem is one of the best venues to experience the regional live music scene. Great acoustics and a genre-spanning line-up take center-stage at their daily live gigs and World Famous Open Mic event. The likes of Charles Hedgepath, Eric Watters, Swingin' Richards and Cheap Blonde have performed here. The cafe's homemade Southern American cuisine is a big draw. Specialties include Catfish Po-Boy, Black & Bleu Hangar Steak Hoagie and Spaghetti & Meatballs.
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.
Located directly beside the Greenville Drive ticket office in Greenville's West End district, Liberty Tap Room is a great place to stop before or after a game, to enjoy traditional American cuisine in a fun, modern atmosphere. With 42 beers on tap, they have a brew to satisfy even the pickiest of beer drinkers. They also offer some amazing happy hour specials from 4-7 p.m. Liberty Tap Room specializes in all-American food made from the freshest ingredients, like their Certified Angus Beef
Located on the Reedy River in West End Greenville, below the Hampton Inn & Suites and across the river from the Peace Center, this shop offers teas of all kinds, bubble tea, pastries, coffees, espresso, desserts, smoothies, slushies, sodas and tea accesories.
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.
With another location in Greer, the popularity of the Cazbah is definitely reputable. Spend a sophisticated time here with friends or on a date, sharing tapas and having a glass of any of their wines from vineyards all over the world. Call or see the website for more information.
Home of the "Outlaw Burger" and delicious buffalo wings, this Southwest style cafe features a great food selection and an atmosphere that is reminiscent of the "Old West."
If you want to avoid the downtown crowds and dine with locals in the know, Addy's Dutch Cafe and Restaurant is the perfect place for dinner and drinks. Serving a menu of European favorites, you'll find food here that you won't get anywhere else in Greenville. Wednesday night is German night, where freshly made schnitzel and Jaeger schnitzel are the stars of the menu. Addy's also serves 40 varieties of imported beer to go with your meal. A private dining room is available for events.
Barley's Taproom & Bar is the quintessential neighborhood bar that has it all. From regulation pool tables to dart boards to over 70 taps pouring the best in local and international beer, Barley's is a no-brainer for locals and visitors. The atmosphere is lively and friendly with a knowledgeable staff that love to steer patrons to fresh beer selections. The pizza has won numerous accolades from local newspapers due to its fresh ingredients, hearty sourdough crust and mouth-watering cheeses. The location is ideal, situated on beautifully restored Main Street and a short walk to many local attractions. The restaurant and beer hall also features a stage for live music, typically bluegrass or jazz.
The Trappe Door offers a glimpse of Belgian pub culture in the heart of Greenville. Located in a building's basement in downtown, the name of this brew pub is inspired by those famous Trappist Monks in Belgium. It features over 150 varieties of craft beer on tap, drafts and Trappist Ales including Bavik Pilsner, Monks Stout and La Trappe Oak Aged Quad. On the food menu are traditional specialties like Carbonades Flamandes, Seafood Waterzooi, Beer-battered Cod and Frites as well as a list dedicated to Moules Frites.
The Brickhouse Grill & Warehouse is a popular restaurant and bar in downtown Spartanburg. The restaurant serves up brick-oven pizza and house specialties like pasta and chicken parmigian. The restaurant definitely caters to family outings and group gatherings while the bar caters to the young and hip downtown scene. The Warehouse serves up a variety of beers with a growing list of micro brews making the roster for the many beer enthusiasts in town. The Warehouse features live local bands and has weekly specials including happy hour, karaoke and trivia night.