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Start out your meal at Sassafras Southern Bistro with one of their amazing appetizers like the spicy pork tenderloin or the famous blue crab and pepper-jack nachos. Choose from entrees like the raved about shrimp and grits or the filet with house made pimento. Some vegetarian and gluten free options are available upon request.
James Beard semifinalist for Best Chef Southeast 2020, Chef Adam Cooke paints with flavor. Join us for dinner from 5 - 9pm Thursday - Sunday, Lunch Thursday - Friday 11 - 2, happy hour Thursday - Sunday 2-5 and Brunch Saturday and Sunday from 10 - 2. Full service bar with crafted cocktails and wine list.
Sunday nights try our Chef's Tasting Experience featuring 5 courses with optional wine pairing. No two Sundays are the same! Delicious vegan menu items available upon request as well as dietary restrictions.
We look forward to serving you memorable meals worth the journey!
At SELECT we take that serious. We carefully choose every ingredient, location, menu selection, process, wines, craft beers, finest crafted cocktails, hot teas, etc....to provide you, the customer, what you desire. After all, you are the entire reason we are here.
Spaghetti Westurn was founded in 2021 in the city of Greenville, S.C.. The concept is the brainchild of Chef and Owner Jason Saunders, formerly of Jianna in Greenville and Wicked Weed Brewing and Table in Asheville, to name a few of the spots where he made his mark. Chef Saunders decided to open his own concept in 2020.
Spaghetti Westurn was conceived of as an eatery and oasis that prizes the beauty of quality, culinary simplicity and generous depths of service in an environment that is comfortable and welcoming for guests and employees alike. We pride ourselves on providing a great place for people to eat and a great place for people to work.
Parties larger than 8, please call the restaurant for reservations!
Stella’s Southern Bistro in Simpsonville- open for 15 years, is a staple of this area. We offer cuisine influenced by the coastal Carolina's & American south. We support regional food artisans & emphasize the importance of sourcing products harvested locally. Stella’s offers from-scratch menu, genuine hospitality, full wine list & crafted cocktails all served in a relaxed, neighborhood atmosphere.
Enjoy the menu cuisine of nationally recognized Chef Jason Scholz.
Private Dining: Stella's can accommodate groups up to 50 in size in our beautiful & private Indigo Room.
Parties more than 10 people, please call the restaurant for reservations!
Stella’s Southern Brasserie is a unique adventure of food and beverage. The Brasserie features local cuisine in a natural gathering spot for the community, with plenty of outdoor seating. Open for Coffee, Lunch and Dinner, as well as Saturday and Sunday Brunch.
We support regional food artisans & emphasize the importance of sourcing products harvested locally. Stella’s offers from-scratch menu, genuine hospitality, full wine list & crafted cocktails all served in a relaxed, neighborhood atmosphere.
Enjoy the menu cuisine of nationally recognized Chef Anthony Gray.
Private Dining: Stella's can accommodate groups up to 40 in size in our beautiful & private dining room.
This concept supports the idea that farmers and chefs can make a living supplying a community with its daily necessities, while also encouraging enjoyment of a simple meal of a sandwich or steak, chop, or bake.
Just imagine: Wednesdays become your favorite lunch day of fresh and locally-sourced soups and salads with a friend. Then you get a favorite bottle of wine to bring home, coupled with carefully chosen side dishes and the best burgers and fresh Carolina seafood in Greenville to throw on the grill. Or maybe you even have a long-standing Sunday brunch date or Happy Hour with neighbors.
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- VNVillagerNancySouth Carolina •26 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoThis restaurant is a farm market, bar, fine dining restaurant all rolled into one. The menu is constantly changing based on the fresh items available. We sat down and were in the process of selecting our entrees when our waitress realized we had the wrong menu. We enjoyed the process of selecting again. Wine selection was different than any other restaurants I’ve been to. I chose something new and delicious. Another plus? They have parking available in the back. We will definitely returnMore infoFork & Plough$$$$• American• Greenville•4.7
- MGMGrossONashville •3 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoWe were seated at a quaint table by the window which was excellent! The food and drinks were amazing. We started with the fried green tomatoes and pimento cheese and both had the filet as our entree. The steaks were cooked and seasoned to perfection. Because we were celebrating our anniversary, we were treated to a complimentary dessert— the crème brûlée was wonderful as well. We will definitely be back when we revisit Greenville!More infoSassafras Southern Bistro$$$$• Southern• Greenville•4.8
- LDLove2DancevipSouth Carolina •60 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoOur food was delicious! The service was very good. We were ll definitely return!More infoTupelo Honey - Greenville$$$$• Contemporary Southern• Greenville•4.7
- HSHeatherSvipSouth Carolina •19 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Best service in town!!! We love this place!More infoSoby's$$$$• Contemporary American• Greenville•4.7
- TCTheresaCSouth Carolina •4 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Great food, wonderful service, and a really great environment! We plan to make The Lazy Goat a favorite stop from now on!More infoThe Lazy Goat$$$$• Mediterranean• Greenville•4.6
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Frequently asked questions
Healthy restaurants located in Greenville include Pomegranate on Main, Fork & Plough and Soby's
Restaurants with gluten-free options in Greenville are Nose Dive, Pomegranate on Main and Soby's
Bottomless brunch in Greenville is available at Fork & Plough, Soby's and Stella's Bistro - Simpsonville
The most romantic restaurant in Greenville is Rick Erwin's West End Grille
Restaurants in Greenville with a great view include The Lazy Goat, Passerelle Bistro and Ruth's Chris Steak House - Downtown Greenville at Riverplace