EASTER BRUNCH BUFFET AT NOSE DIVE
$28 adults/$12 for ages 7-14, 6 & under free
There will be a large selection including (but not limited to): grits bar, various salads, fruit, yogurt, carving station, mac and cheese, frittata "muffins", and assorted desserts.
Sunday, April 1, 2018
My friends and I had went to the Nose Dive prior to seeing The Color Purple at the Peace Center, we all had the Grit Bar. The service was great (awesome waitress), the food was delicious. It was a great location, had open air dinning. We absolutely loved it. The only negative thing I could say was the location of the bathrooms, it was located outside of the restaurant in the adjoining building, it was a bit of walk and kind of confusing to get to and the bathrooms needed some cleaning but it was not that big of a deal. I will come again and definitely recommend to my friends and family!
The server was not as attentive as our previous experiences at this restaurant but the food was delicious and my wife's beer was yummy as well! We will definitely be back!
This was the 3rd time and I was not disappointed. Lobster roll was great and my friend had the steak. Very tasty and they seated us by the window so we could people watch. Overall, the experience was very pleasant and great eatery before the show.
First time here - a little loud, but fun. Not the place for a quiet conversation. Good menu, would like to try brunch next time
Great service and food. They always make sure to get you out in time if going to the Peace Center.
Fries are too salty
Sunday brunch with out of town friends. It was very enjoyable!
Thoroughly enjoyed - delicious food!!! Great ambiance too!
This place was so good for brunch that we came back the next day for dinner.
Excellent service and delicious food! There are a lot of menu options and our meal tasted like it was made from fresh ingredients.
I am gluten and dairy-free, and the previous chef’s son had many food allergies, and, as a result, the old chef instituted a separate fryer just for gluten-free things, and our waitress and was very knowledgeable and helpful!’
We visited Nose Dive on a busy Saturday night. We had a reservation and were seated upon arrival. They put us in the bar area at a high top table. When the restaurant is full, you will not have a quiet dinner. Service was slower than normal. We waited approximately 40 minutes for our food. Our waiter put too much ice in my tea so it tasted like water. At my request, he did bring me another one with less ice. Our food was very good. I had the chicken and waffles and my husband had their evening special, which was a pork chop with potatoes and carrots with a creamy Dijon mustard sauce. I can't wait for warmer weather when they open up the windows to the outside patio seating.
One of the most friendly staff I’ve ever had at a restaurant in Greenville. Despite a bit of a wait for our entrees, the servers and managers more than made up for it with their hospitality!
Fantastic food and service! I’m obsessed with the chicken and waffles. Was a little noisy but that’s to be expected on a Friday night. We had our two year old with us but that didn’t phase the servers a bit; they were so attentive to her needs. Love this restaurant!
Our group of 6 ate at Nose Dive before attending a concert at the Well. Our waitress was very friendly, attentive and knowledgeable about the menu. We started with the Crispy Fried Chicken Skins at the recommendation of someone at the bar as well as the Crab and Shrimp Lettuce Cups. Both were delicious. For dinner, everyone had something different (Lobster Roll, burgers, fish n chips) and not one person complained about their meal. I'm pretty sure every plate was clean by the end.
We were celebrating a milestone birthday and the bacon brownie was brought out for the table to share.
I highly recommend Nose Dive for any occasion and will certainly visit there again.
My friend and I loved this place. We enjoyed the chicken skins, OMG they were awesome! The mac and cheese was delicious. We will definitely be back!
We had a 4:30 reservation and arrived about 10 minutes early. We were seated right away. We waited and waited and waited for someone to come to take our order. After a good 20-25 minutes Sky came to clear a table beside us. We were at the point of leaving. He realized that no one had ever so much as brought us a glass of water! He took our drink orders and appetizer order, then went to find out who our server was. There were several servers standing around chatting to each other and what appeared to be a manager walking around the room. Two tables very close to us had 2 servers checking on them but never glanced our way. Maybe because we had an early reservation and you weren’t busy we were overlooked. Not good!! I would have understood if it had been busy! Sky saved the day for us and sure wish he could have gotten our tip. Our server was ok but didn’t seem to care that we hadn’t had service.
Would be fine not ever going back. Fish and chips and lobster roll are items to avoid. The fish and chips lacked flavor and lobster roll was not fresh. Vegetable plate looked good but server dropped it and brought back another plate 20 min later that was cold. Pretzel bread was good. There are lots of choices in Greenville and this should not be one of them.
Great experience as always !! Service was excellent and food was amazing. Had two first timers with us that raves about the restaurant and plan on making it a regular stop.
Excellent food quality and service.
Food was decent for the price, noise level got a little loud with some tables enjoying the alcohol a little more than others.
Before it was remodeled we stopped going because of the noise level. We were disappointed to find the noise level was equal or greater to the old Nose Dive. Sorry, but we will not return.
First time back in awhile. Forgot how much we enjoy it!
Love to go to the Nose Dive. Great place to grab a beer and watch people walk by on Main Street. They also have some of the best burgers in town.
Excellent as usual. We had a brilliant server, can’t recall his name, but he was from England.
Candace also deserves a shout out as she was aware enough to ask if we were attending an event at Peace Center, noted that we were and the entire team made sure our food was great, timely and service was great.
Thanks for making it easy!
Had dinner with 6:30pm reservations. Arrived 15 minutes early and we were seated promptly. Sky, our server, brought us water and gave us a bit more time to look at the menu after telling us the special. A small but adequate wine list, some local beers and handcrafted cocktails make up the drink menu. The menu has a twist on southern comfort food. I had the fish and chips. The fish was good and the batter complimented the fish rather than overpower it. The fries were seasoned so well I did not use any catsup which is unusual for me. My wife had the fried chicken with white BBQ sauce and sweet potato fries. She enjoyed both of them. The service was excellent even though they were busy. Not ignoring but not hovering either. Good value for the food. They use as much local ingredients as they can find. They have outdoor seating. A lounge is upstairs. I would recommend making reservations as they are quite busy. I will return as they had several menu items I would like to try.
Great selection of food. Dessert was outstanding. Loved the denim aprons.
Love to take my visiting girlfriend to lunch or Sunday brunch downtown Greenville. This time we chose Nose Dive for Sunday brunch. I requested a table with a view and it was ready upon our arrival. We were seated next to a window with a fabulous view of downtown Greenville. Fun to watch all the people and dogs walking down the street. It took a little while for our food to arrive, but it was very tasty. My friend had a grilled cheese sandwich that looked awesome. I had the eggs benedict on top of grit cakes with salmon. The grit cakes were a bit of a disappointment, kind of bland and cold. However, the rest of the entrée was delish! I've noticed that millennials seem to flock to this restaurant. Overall, enjoyable brunch!
The food and atmosphere were both consistently good. The service was friendly. This is one of "go to" places when we have tickets for the Peace Center.
Valentine's Day, so it was crowded. Pretty good bar, menu/food was good though not incredibly memorable. I've dined at some of the nicer places in G'ville, not sure this one is the best in terms of value, but overall it was a pleasant experience and I would give it another try.
We were there for Valentine's Day. A complimentary rose for the ladies was a nice touch. I expected the service to be hectic... but I was surprised. The service was really good, and the food was exceptional. I've also been there for a casual lunch and an evening business meeting with one other person.... worked well for all occasions. I will return and can recommend to others.
Limited menu. Overpriced. Nothing great or bad on the menu....just average.
Very tasty food and great service. We eat there regularly and enjoy watching people go by. Like the outdoor tables.
This is a go to downtown spot for our family for dinner, lunch, and brunch! My kids pick it nearly every time we come downtown and the food and drinks never disappoint.
Date night with my wife. Great service, we ate at the upstairs bar. Nice menu, appetizers, salad and lobster roll were all good.
Our service was great! We never had an empty glass and our server let us know his favorite dishes. I had the duck - ask for a steak knife when you get it, as it is cooked med/med-rare and the dinner knife gives you a workout. The potato hash and brussels sprouts thst came with it were AMAZING. My husband had the West Coast burger...despite the chalk writing on the wall, it's not the best burger in town. He said it's pretty standard. Our drinks were good (Awesometini and local beer).
Enjoyed a delicious meal with my husband and children. We each ordered different entrees and they were all tasty. The salmon and the chicken and waffles were both outstanding. Looking forward to returning again soon!
Always good food and friendly service. Great place to grab a bite before or after a performance at the Peace Center.
The food was delicious and great value. The drinks were quite expensive for what you got. Overall good experience just a bit pricey
We were in a semi-rush between work and a Peace Center event. The timing was great. No problems there. There were four of us. I ordered the Crispy Cured Duck Breast. I liked everything about it--the duck was good, the heirloom potato hash was good. The Brussels Sprouts were great. Perfect. My daughter ordered the grilled salmon, specifically as raw as possible. It came well done. Ugh! The other two meals--burger and fish & chips were okay (nothing spectacular yet very decent). Service was slow and intermittent. Often wondered where our waiter was. But, GOOD POINT, they took off the salmon from the charge (since my daughter didn't eat any but one forkful). I was satisfied with their treatment of a customer not pleased. The point is--why? Why could they (1) not cook to order or (2) if policy was to cook fish to death, why not have the servers explain that to customers before completion of the order? Either way, the dinner would have been enjoyed. I didn't come to be rewarded for a bad meal. We came to enjoy the meal. So, oh well. I would still come back (without ordering the salmon). It was an okay experience that would have been graded higher if we had been told they wouldn't cook salmon rare (or even medium rare). So, yes, go to Nose Dive. Order a burger or the duck. It is great. It is decent. But don't come if you want to express any cook-to-order items.