Fork & Plough
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.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Asparagus, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Green Beans, Cauliflower
Grass Fed Beef Carpaccio
Smoked Paprika Aioli, Capers, Parmesan, Toast
Crispy Fried Brussels Sprouts
We loved every bite! This isn't a eat and run kind of place. The team takes great pride in food prep and service, so take it slow.
Beautiful farm to table meals. Probably the best breakfast I’ve ever had!
It was amazing! The food was delicious. A great venue to try new dishes. Family from out of town loved the restaurant, too. Brandy, our bartender, was amazing as well. Great drinks, attitude, and hospitality. Thank you guys so much.
Healthy, delicious food options!
Very nice atmosphere. Food was very good. My burger was well done even though I ordered med well, but I’d rather have it too done than too rare. Server was fun and knowledgeable. Made a great martini.
Finger potatoes on one meal were over done, but other 3 meals were very good.
I've heard such good things about this restaurant and I would say that it's fine, but nothing special. We ordered hamburgers and stuffed mushrooms that were pretty good. This children's meal, however, was an epic fail. The grilled chicken tenders were over-seasoned for a 2 year old. She cried and spit it out (she typically loves chicken.) This is not s place that I would be excited to return to - particular if I have my granddaughter with me.
It was wonderful and our waiter was great! The food was spectacular, as it was our last time (which was the first time we had gone). We will return again! Thank you for such a great concept and great menu variance!
Easy access to the restaurant. Parking was a breeze, unlike most places on Main Street. The food was delicious and service was stellar.
I would describe it as loud, not energetic. Need some acoustics care, could not here the women sitting right next to me. Food was good but I think overpriced.
My girlfriend, along with her daughters and I decided Fork and Plough would make a great birthday brunch for the four of us. Not so much.
The food was delicious as always, however it all arrived very cold. This was due to our server. It was extremely difficult to get her attention, and when we did she would forget what we asked for. The hostess ended up bringing us water. It took an hour to get our food order in.
We were seated on the enclosed patio on a chilly day, which was fine for a while. However, the service took so long that it became quite cold and drafty on the bench, its back directly exposed to the wind. What should have been ~1 hour meal took about 2.5 hours. If it weren't for the food runners I think we may have never gotten our food. The cackling group of girls continuously on speakerphone calls resonated loudly in the small bright room, our server was waiting on hand and foot oddly. This severely detracted from the ambiance, through no fault of the restaurant. We were done, now to try to get the check...
To their defense, it was extremely busy. It remained so until we left, upon which I spotted the server catching a smoke and chatting with her coworkers on the back patio while no doubt she had customers waiting. Tsk.
I am willing to give them another try, however I will make certain that server will not be part of the next experience.
Incredible brunch experience. Also purchased "Sheppard's Pie" to have tonight for dinner. yum
Always love brunch at Fork and Plough. I love that the menu changes every time. If they ever have the cinnamon rolls on the menu, get them. You won’t be disappointed.
Food was great and service great! Loved how it was a restaurant and a grocery store!
Cute stop! Smaller building, so there’s not much parking space. If you go during a busy time of day, you’ll most likely be walking some.
Restaurant was cute inside. Well decorated, nice feel overall. Staff was nice enough, though not very attentive. We had a reservation (thankfully) as it was very busy when we got there. The hostess seemed very flustered. We were not greeted when we arrived. We stood by the hostess stand for about 5 min, she never acknowledged us. I realized it was busy, and was trying to give her a min to get her bearings, but it would also be courteous if she could have at least acknowledged we were standing there waiting. Even if she had just looked up, made eye contact and said, I’ll be right with you, that would have be PLENTY. However, that was not the case. We were finally seated. The waitress was nice and pleasant, though not super attentive. We came during lunch hour, so maybe she had several other tables to tend, which was keeping her busy. But I don’t think that was the case. We ran out of water and it took quite awhile to get our check.
Overall food was pretty good. Biscuits & Gravy were EXCELLENT! Everything else was eh. You could tell they used good ingredients, taste just wasn’t anything spectacular. Prices were rather high for the quantity/taste. A small bowl of grits were $8, and were not very flavorful.
Again, overall, I would visit again. I just might have lower expectations for service and serving sizes.
Great brunch, with cool menu items. Excellent service. So glad they’re in my neighborhood! Would be awesome if they could offer a gluten free/friendly bread option.
Fried Oyster Bowl was delicious. My 10 year old had Bananas Fosters Crepe and that was delicious as well. I have not been back in a few years as my wife passed 2 years ago, and I have been craving it. My daughter is a little older now and really appreciated the menu. I am sure we will be back allot more now. Worth the weekend morning trip from Simpsonville.
Great little spot for casual/gourmet food...Great Beer selection!
I love the food and ambience here. It really is a fun and special place. The sweet potato muffins are awesome
We enjoyed our lunch and it was good except for fries being barely warm. Service was excellent. We wish this restaurant much success.
Awesome food & service!
So nice to have dairy free and meat free options. Thank you!
Great food and service. We will definitely be going back.
They are the best! Have the best menu and staff!
We had a lovely Sunday brunch! Would definitely recommend the French toast and seasonal apple and goat cheese salad. The service was knowledgeable and attentive.
Excellent meal with great service. We will be back.
Visiting friends in Greenville and found this on Open Table - they had never heard of it. We all really liked it. Building has a cool vibe. Delicious food. Not a huge selection but menu items were unique. We were celebrating my wife and friend’s 50th birthdays - which I put in the special request box when I made the reservation. I was a little disappointed because No one acknowledged it.
Delicious dinner last night! We had the mahi mahi and the pork spiedini. They were both awesome.
The food was delicious and service was excellent!
Great farm to table restaurant with an evolving menu. Great staff too.
Visited Fork & Plough for lunch. Sat in the bar area and had drinks and food. The service was excellent, drinks were even better, and the food was great. We had brunch on a Saturday afternoon. Would definitely recommend a visit.
Just moved to Greenville and found the Fork and Plough via internet search. What a find! The food is extraordinary, though pricey for the ambiance, with generous portions. A real keeper for these Arizona transplants!
Normally I give Fork & Ploughing a 5 start…great food, locally sourced. This evening the corned beef was mostly fat…..both my husband and I didn’t eat the sandwich, just the delicious bread.
First time we were not happy with our meal….
Always enjoy the diverse menu at Fork & Plough. We had a vegetable plate (one entree), a cup of split pea soup (delicious), and a calamari/shishito pepper dish (entree). All were outstanding and enjoyed by us.
Today's service (sat at the bar) was less satisfactory. Server seemed distracted by other duties and less attentive than usual. One lapse in an otherwise enjoyable lunch.
Look forward to future meals at Fork & Plough.
We would go back, but would not order the beignets. (Dry and flavorless)
Our food was great and found the prices to be extremely reasonable for the quality and amount of food!
This restaurant is an example of an establishment that has given up as far as the quality of food preparation is concerned. My wife and I have dined here many times, both pre and post-COVID, and the food has steadily declined over time. While the post-COVID environment can explain some deterioration in the dining experience such as long wait times, lack of experienced service staff, and difficulties with sourcing ingredients; the Fork and Plough exhibits a significant deterioration in the one area that is essential for a restaurant: tasty and well seasoned food. During our meal yesterday, every item served was both room temp and bland. We had the misfortune of receiving lukewarm clam chowder, tepid turnip greens, flaccid and under-seasoned chicken, a limp stack of eggplant parm medallions, and macaroni and cheese that had the taste and consistency of styrofoam. Interestingly, the place was packed at lunchtime, which I attribute to the cool vibe. The interior of the establishment is appealing with the restaurant/bar/market layout, and I love the neighborhood setting, but the food has become abysmal. This restaurant has gone from being one of my favorites, to a place to be avoided.
Was a single diner on this visit. Enjoyed talking with staff during my visit. Really liked the diverse menu. I ordered a variety of items from the Starter and Medium Plate sections. The Wines had a nice variety and I enjoyed two different during dinner. Loved the Apple Pie at the end of the night too. Look forward to returning if travels bring me back to Greenville.
Delicious food, great service!
Great local restaurant
You can order delivery directly from Fork & Plough using the Order Online button. Fork & Plough also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (864) 609-4249.
Fork & Plough is rated 4.7 stars by 578 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.