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James Beard semifinalist for Best Chef Southeast 2020, Chef Adam Cooke paints with flavor. Join us for dinner from 5 - 9pm Thursday - Sunday, 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.
Live Jazz and half off selected bottles of wine every Thursday as well as small plates a la carte. Live Bluegrass Saturdays noon - 2pm. We look forward to serving you memorable meals worth the journey!
In relocating to the Greenville area, he was able to pursue his passion of creating a place where folks from all walks of life could converge and experience a true sense of community.
- LLulu1 review5.0Dined 5 days agoWonderful birthday celebration with a friend! We had the salmon small plate, rainbow, tuna crunch, doughnuts, and chocolate cake. Service was attentive and so kind! Excellent experience!More infoO-Ku - GreenvillePrice: Moderate• Sushi• Greenville•4.7
- CSCeciliaSvipCharlotte •5 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoFantastic spot! Drinks were amazing, views were great, service was top notch, and ambiance was spectacular. Can’t wait to go back and try the food!More infoJuniperPrice: Expensive• American• Greenville•4.3
- LHLaurenHSouth Carolina •5 reviews5.0Dined 7 days agoLoved the patio seating at Indaco but the inside was beautiful too. Very interesting menu. The whipped ricotta with lemon they brought to go with the bread before our meals was so delicious and different. Our waitress (I think Vanessa but I may have that totally wrong!) was very attentive and friendly.More infoIndaco - GreenvillePrice: Expensive• Italian• Greenville•4.5
- HSHeatherSvipSouth Carolina •21 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Best service in town!!! We love this place!More infoSoby'sPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• Greenville•4.7
- KkroseChicago / Illinois •7 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We went to brunch on New Year’s Day and it was excellent! Our group tried the steak and eggs, shrimp and grits, avocado toast and everything on the a la crate menu. Would recommend every item! Our server was also top notch 👌More infoTopsoil Kitchen & MarketPrice: Expensive• Farm-to-table• Travelers Rest•4.8
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Discover Travelers Rest
Travelers Rest in Greenville County is a gorgeous city with a small town vibe that is well known for its many inviting restaurants, cafes and bars. Frogmore stew and shrimp and grits are two iconic foods that feature on classic Southern-style menus in Travelers Rest. Getting a taste of these favorites is easy. Simply stop into one of the area’s many American, Southern or seafood restaurants. Venison is another regional specialty food that is commonly found at steakhouses and American restaurants in the community. The neighborhood is also home to many cozy Italian restaurants, where you can relax over a delicious meal and a bottle of wine. If you are in the mood to try something a little less traditional, you can always stop into one of the city’s flavorful French or sushi restaurants.
Frequently asked questions
The most romantic restaurant in Travelers Rest is Restaurant 17