Quality Inn & Suites
160 Simuel Road
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Phone: (864) 542-0333
Fax: (864) 598-9646
Reminiscent of an 18th century English country inn, this well known restaurant is famous for its tender and juicy steaks plus serves a full menu of fresh seafood, chicken, pasta, and prime rib. An extensive salad bar is also featured and beer and wine are served. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
With humble beginnings in 1947 as a lunch counter at a quaint grocery store, Wade's Restaurant has since established itself as a well-respected family restaurant. Serving up scrumptious southern plates, the menu offers plates like meatloaf, chicken-fried steak, turnip greens, Navy beans and other 'only-in-the-south' specialties.
Authentic Mexican cuisine in South Carolina? Yes, please! At Corona's, you can get a Mexican dish made with fresh ingredients at four different locations in the Greenville-Spartanburg area. Call or see the website for more information.
Eclectic restaurant that serves an array of tantalizing dishes such as Greek and Italian specialties, a wide variety of incredible sandwiches, stir-fried entrees, steaks, seafood, and vegetarian entrees. they are open Monday through Saturday for lunch, dinner, and late night dining; closed on Sundays.
Sparks Fire-Inspired Grille serves regional specialties, gourmet sandwiches and steaks.
One of the most popular restaurants in Spartanburg, this Japanese steakhouse offers a choice of both Hibachi and Sushi, where you can experience much of the delectable subtleties of Japanese cuisine. The fun atmosphere is irresistible, as most food is prepared either table side, as with Hibachi, or behind the sushi counter. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Located in downtown Spartanburg, Wild Ace serves up New York style pizza, hero sandwiches, salads, pasta and wings.
Back Porch brings New Orleans style cuisine to the Spartanburg area in an outstanding atmosphere.
Since it opened in 1988, Papa's Breakfast Nook has been a local favorite. Open 24/7, Papa's serves up filling meals for a very affordable price. Some local favorites on the menu include the trashcan omelet and the Spartan-burger. Visit their website for a complete menu.
Locally owned and operated, Hub Diggity Dogs serves Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs in a friendly atmosphere. They offer lobster rolls on Fridays and Saturdays.
With live music every weekend and a drink special every night, Wild Wing Café has created a significant following of loyal customers. Their menu offers hearty and filling favorites such as their Texas Toast Angus Burgers, Beef Brisket Sandwich and Full Racks of Ribs, but the most popular dish has to be their chicken wings. On Sunday, try their Blue Jeans Brunch in which they offer Chicken and Waffles, a well-liked breakfast dish.
Considered a regional landmark and ranked as the second biggest drive-in restaurant in the country, The Beacon is a must-see for visitors looking to eat local comfort food. This old-fashioned drive-in is famous among South Carolinians for their friendly service, Beacon sweet tea (largest single seller of sweet tea in the country) and deliciously unhealthy menu staples like the chili cheese dog, onion rings, hush puppies, BBQ plates and fried fish baskets. The Beacon has everything you could want out of a Southern restaurant; loads of butter, fried food, big smiles and local gossip.