2017 Workshop Dining Options

There are many great dining options across the city of Greenville, 600 to be exact! Let us help you narrow it down. Here are some of Greenville favorites!

Greenville is quickly becoming known as a “Foodie paradise,” with an enticing and diverse collection of dining experiences and cuisines – from traditional to global to downright eclectic. As you may have gathered by now, Greenville takes its food seriously. That explains why in the downtown area alone, you’ll find more than 100 different restaurants offering menus as diverse as the city itself. No matter what your tastes, timing or budget, you’re sure to find a great meal waiting for you at one of these remarkable places.
Go to VisitGreenvilleSC Restaurants to find the full listing!

  • Carolina Ale House
    113 Main Street Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-351-0521
    Carolina Ale House is your neighborhood gathering place, a family-friendly sports-themed restaurant best known for food, sports and fun. Our extensive menu goes beyond the typical sports bar fare to satisfy all cravings and our wide selection of ales is recognized as one of the best in the market. From open to close, multiple games are aired simultaneously on two large screens and 46 TVs.
  • Grill Marks
    209 S Main St Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-233-5825
    This isn’t your typical burger joint! Seeing a need for a GREAT burger in Greenville, Larkin had the idea of a creative burger restaurant, offering the best burgers, the best buns with the best toppings they could source. To top it all off, the creation of a gourmet milk shake, adult milk shake menu and an amazing wine list will further enhance the dining experience at MARKS!
  • Halls Chophouse
    550 S. Main Street Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-335-4200
    Halls Chophouse is a family steakhouse restaurant originated in the Upper King District of Charleston, South Carolina, valuing hospitality, superior American cuisine and a dining experience that guests revere. The bar menu features She Crab Soup, Oysters on the Half Shell, and Fried Calamari just to name a few dishes. The extensive wine menu features over 100 of the most exclusive wines one may find. Live music nightly.
  • Larkin’s on the River
    318 S. Main Street Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-467-9777
    Larkin’s on the River offers award winning steaks, fresh seafood, and an eclectic wine list. Located on the Reedy River, behind the Peace Center in downtown Greenville, Larkin’s is Greenville’s premier restaurant and catering facility. Make it remarkable, make it Larkin’s.
  • NOSE DIVE
    116 S Main St. Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-373-7300
    NOSE DIVE is a casual Gastro Pub. It’s Greenville’s “food forward” destination where creative food and modern culinary techniques take center stage. It’s a time for chefs to create and feature dishes that are both interesting and comfortable. The culinary team is dedicated to doing just that, focusing on inventive fare and attention to detail. The restaurant features an eclectic menu of ingredients and flavors found in comfort foods and “pub” fare. You’ll enjoy high quality food, unique cocktails, a selection of handcrafted beers and hand selected wines – along with superior customer service with a warm neighborhood “feel” in the heart of Downtown Greenville.
  • Passerelle Bistro
    601 S Main St. Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-509-0142
    The French word for “footbridge”, Passerelle is an aptly-named casual bistro located at the base of The Liberty Bridge, overlooking beautiful Falls Park on the Reedy in Downtown Greenville. Enjoy chef inspired fare that’s a little French, a little European and a lot “Local”. Dine in or al fresco.
  • Sticky Fingers Ribhouse
    1 S Main St. Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-331-7427
    Welcome to Sticky Fingers Ribhouse, home of the best barbecue from Charleston to Greenville and Jacksonville to Chattanooga. You might’ve heard of the legendary Memphis-style hickory-smoked ribs, wings, and barbecue, but there’s more than the award-winning food (and rugged good looks). The barbecue restaurants combine legendary customer service with a welcoming, laid-back atmosphere for a truly crave-able experience.
  • The Lazy Goat
    170 Riverplace Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-679-5299
    There is an old legend of a sleepy little goat who changed a sleepy little town forever. And that legend comes to life in downtown Greenville along the banks of the Reedy River. The Lazy Goat, in Greenville’s West End, is a Mediterranean-themed restaurant with a menu featuring global influences from Spain, Morocco, Italy, France, Greece, Africa and the Middle East. A dining experience designed around taking your time, and sharing great food and stories, The Lazy Goat is an escape wrapped in succulent flavors from all around the Mediterranean. The menu was created to accommodate a variety of diner preferences with meat & cheese plates, small plates to “graze and nibble,” and main dishes.
  • Jack n’ Diane’s 
    115 N Brown St #100, Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-509-6414
    Eat, drink and sing-along. Our Dueling Piano Show is a unique form of entertainment consisting of two professional performers using comedy and interacting with the crowd while playing your favorite tunes. The show is request based, so the audience dictates where the show will go next! Our homemade buffalo chicken dip and 1/2 pound burgers highlight our delicious menu. We also have original specialty drinks that come in different sizes, including yards and fish bowls.
  • Andy’s Dutch Café and Restaurant
    17 E Coffee St Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-232-2339
    Old World cuisine with a Dutch flair. Favorite spot for Europeans with a home-away-from-home feel. Theme nights – mussel night and German night are especially popular, as are Wednesday’s menu with pan-seared Schnitzel & Jaeger schnitzel. Addy’s also features a private dining room. Dinner Tue.- Sun.
  • Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria
    25 West Washington Street Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-232-3706
    Barley’s Greenville is located in a 19th century hardware and feed store one block off Main St. in historic downtown Greenville. The focus of Barley’s has been to create the single best beer selection in the Southeast and to expand an already excellent food menu to further grow Greenville’s favorite pizza and beer emporium. Over the last 20 years, Barley’s has been the regular recipient of local “Best of” awards for its pizza, beer list, poolroom, bar and best place to hang out.
  • Cantina 76
    103 N Main St #101 Greenville, SC 29601
    Phone: 864-631-2914
    Cantina 76 is a lively, independently owned restaurant and bar — with an outdoor patio on Main Street’s ONE City Plaza in the heart of downtown Greenville — that specializes in Mexican-inspired cuisine and hand-crafted margaritas, providing a fast yet satisfying dining experience in a casual, upbeat atmosphere that encourages guests to hang out before, during and after dining. Full of fresh, unique ingredients and S.C. produce.