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About Nose Dive
NOSE DIVE, another offering from Table 301 Restaurant Group, is a casual GastroPub offering full-service lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday and brunch every Saturday and Sunday. You'll enjoy high quality food, unique cocktails, a great selection of handcrafted beers and hand selected wines, and superior customer service with a warm neighborhood "feel" in the heart of Downtown Greenville.
The restaurant features an eclectic menu of comfort foods and "pub" fare. Signature dishes include a BLACK ANGUS GASTRO BURGER and FISH & CHIPS. NOSE DIVE also offers a wide selection of handcrafted beers and a carefully-constructed wine list. The patio at NOSE DIVE is the perfect place to enjoy Greenville's beautiful Main Street.
Greenville, SC 29601
American, Gastro Pub
Hours of Operation:
Lunch & Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 11:00am - 10:00pm, Friday: 11:00am - 11:00pm, Saturday: 10:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 2:00pm; Sunday Mid-Day Menu: 2:pm-4pm; Sunday Dinner: 4pm-9pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
$4 Food & Drink specials every Friday night from 9:30pm-until
There is free parking along Main Street as well as paid parking in the Westin
Poinsett Hotel garage. Guests are also welcome to use the complimentary valet parking service Table 301 offers at Soby's (which is just across the street from NOSE DIVE). Tipping is at the discretion of the guest.
Edwin Wiles, III
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Nose Dive Ratings and Reviews
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.
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).
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.
This was our first time to eat at Nose Dive. We have frequented the upstairs and downstairs bars several times and left to eat at a different Table 301 restaurant. The food was good and definitely more of an upscale casual menu with half of the menu being burgers and sandwiches. This is a good place to take older children for a nice night out.
Had a great time Friday night at Nose Dive. Waiter was thoughtful, attentive and very helpful as we had never been there before. Crispy chicken skin was good but not something you an eat much of....crab dip was good. The handcrafted cocktails were EXCELLENT! My wife had dinner and she loved it, I had a 3 course meal special that I would highly recommend. We will definitely be back!!
We have eaten at nose dive several times for lunch and have been quite pleased. We decided to try it for dinner. The experience was disappointing. My wife’s salmon was overdone and we had to return it and get it re-prepared. The server said that she would make sure the chef would cook it this time, so I’m not sure who cooked it the first time, maybe the dishwasher? In any event the second time was much better and quite good. Unfortunately the desert we ordered, the cake was quite dry. We had to send it back and it was replaced with a good pot au creme. It’s always disappointing and unpleasant to have to return dishes that are not prepared correctly. Other than saying sorry, there was no effort to recognize the lack of performance. Overall, quite disappointing.
We came for restaurant week and each received an appetizer, main dish, and dessert for $25 a person. We loved the scallops on spiralized cucumbers, kale salad with beets and walnuts, pork chop over grits, mac and cheese, and the earl grey pot de creme. It's a pricey restaurant, but I feel like you get quality food in good serving sizes and a great location. We got excellent service from our waiter too! They even called the day of our reservation to check on any food allergies, dietary restrictions, etc. This was very thoughtful.
We went during restaurant week and each got a 3 course meal for $25. Food was fresh, local, and cooked well ... with some fun flavor pairings. My one critique is that draft beers were on the pricey side for downtown Greenville. We had a total of 3 different draft beers, and each was $7 -- so maybe look elsewhere if you are trying to keep the bill reasonable but still have a few drinks.
The food and service were great. It was our first time there and the waitress was very friendly and quick to come by and ask how we were doing. They were able to seat us early which was helpful and the only issue was that the tables were a bit too close together. Overall, I would recommend!
We came to try Nose Dive solely because Soby's was closed for renovation and it is a sister restaurant. It had mixed reviews but other people's opinions don't usually away my own opinion. I liked the dining room and over all vibe of the place. The service was good but not great. Mac and cheese was over sauced and a little bland. Fish and chips were below average with a frozen French fry. The best thing in our table was the chicken on the chicken and waffles. At the end our group felt it wasn't the best dinner we have had by any means but the price point at this location made it worth it and we would be glad to try it again. Also I didn't like to have to call back and confirm a 5:30 resurvation and then show up to an empty restaurant.
Our New Years Eve dining experience was excellent. Our server, Matt, whom we have had before, is always attentive and helpful with menu tips. Tonight was no exception We love the atmosphere and always enjoy dining here. In fact, my husband and I have realized Nosedive is probably our favorite in Greenville and that says a lot. I am particularly happy that the staff endeavors to accommodate special requests.
My husband and I went to Nose Dive for our anniversary dinner. We were 30 minutes early for our reservation, but the hostess got us seated right away. Our waiter appeared almost as soon as we were seated. There was no waiting for drinks, ordering, food, or check! The food was excellent. The only (small) con was our table for two was in line with the kitchen entrance so there was waitstaff going in and out past our table the entire time which was a little annoying, so if you go and are looking for a table for two I suggest you request one away from the kitchen entrance. Overall it was an excellent dining experience!
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