It’s been quite a year for the Greenville Food Scene. 30 New Restaurants opened their doors to the public – and quite a few closed as well, including Diner 24, which opened and closed within just a few months.

January

  • UP on the Roof (Downtown) Panoramic views of downtown and the mountains with creative cocktails and a full restaurant.
  • The Anchorage (Village of West Greenville) Delectable small plates and craft cocktails.
  • Jī-rōz (Main & Stone) Authentic Greek Cuisine.

February

  • Menkoi on Main (Downtown) – Awesome Ramen House.
  • The Common Cure (Augusta Road) Great laid back burger/sandwich place
  • Terrace (Downtown) Great breakfast, lunch and dinner spot with late night options.
  • Creme Shack (Downtown) – Rolled Ice Cream. Very Fancy.
  • Stone Pizza (Stone Avenue) – Wood-fired pizza and Craft Beer.

March

  • Stella’s Southern Brasserie (Verdae) Fanciful southern dishes.
  • Jianna (Downtown) Authentic Italian Cuisine and wines. Cool outdoor seating.

April

  • Vault & Vator (Downtown) Speakeasy style cocktail place.
  • Farm Fresh Fast (Church Street) Healthy, farm-to-table dine-in or take-out and pre-made meals.

May

June

July

  • Diner 24 (Downtown, Closed in November) 24 Hour Diner owned by the Bottlecap Group out of charlotte, which also shuttered Brazwell’s Premium Pub and the Green Room.
  • Famous Toastery (Downtown) Breakfast, brunchy place.
  • Grower Haus (Village of West Greenville) Huge craft beer selection.

August

  • Clean Eatz (Pelham Road) Healthy dine-in or take-out and pre-made meals.
  • Abanico (Downtown) Delicious tapas place.
  • Monster Subs (Downtown) The name says it all, huge subs, fresh bread and meat sliced before your eyes.
  • LTO (Cherrydale) Burger bar with a wide array of fancy adult beverages.

September

October

  • Limoncello (Downtown) Authentic Italian Dining. Wine list is 100% Italian WInes.
  • Poke Bros (Pelham Road) Sushi in a bowl
  • Tipsy Music Pub (Village of West Greenville) New Music Venue and Restaurant from the Tipsy Taco Folks.
  • Maple Street Biscuit Company (Downtown) Breathtaking biscuits and coffee without having to drive to five forks.