Dinner Tuesday-Thursday 5-9pm
Dinner Friday & Saturday 5-9:30pm
Great food and atmosphere.
The food was good. A bit pricey, and the menu was relatively small. Will continue to patronize.
Excellent food and service with a regularly-changing menu. This time, two of us had outstanding scallops and pork belly, one had a really tasty ox-tail spaghetti chitarra, and one had very delicious short ribs. The salads are very good and large, deserts are limited but very good, and the cheese plate appetizer was excellent.
always a great treat! we love the location and the food is also some of the best around Greenville.
The food and service were as great as the views. We look forward to our next visit.
Overall, we experienced terrible service both at the bar and during dinner. The bartender didn’t acknowledge us even thought he only had two other customers. Eventually we had to ask for menus and were extremely surprised to receive two glasses of wine when my husband ordered a beer. We were even more surprised when the bartender charged us incorrectly for the wine but didn’t say anything. Our server at dinner was equally slow. We enjoyed the cheese plate, arugula salad, and burger, but my husband’s scallops were chewy and underdone. Ultimately, we asked for our check half way through our entrees because we didn’t want to wait another 40 mins for our server to return. Gorgeous view and nice dinner but not worth the drive or cost with such terrible service. We will not return.
Fresh local food in creative dishes. Great service too. Very peaceful ambiance with a view of the mountains. Wish I’d known about this place in the past.
I found it sad, that we can't sit outside. The scenery was so beautiful.
Outstanding meal, superb attentive service and a very creative menu with local ingredients and expertly prepared.
Great food! Beautiful atmosphere!
Totally marvelous evening with patio dining overlooking rolling hills and sunset. Amazing pairings of flavors and textures in each small plate experience. And desserts were a work of art!
the hostess was amazing. However we were served bloody raw chicken that the server said was fine to eat because it had been brined. Our server was beyond rude the whole time. We had called ahead about a dairy allergy and he refused to speak to the kitchen to see if the accommodations they had said were possible when we called days before our reservation were actually possible. The plates were very small for the price and didn’t it taste that good. I would not return. The building was beautiful. Such a shame the experience didn’t come anywhere close
Ridiculous food. So amazing and presentation is outstanding. Lovely wine list.
Always excellent. This is what farm to table dining is all about.
Unique dining experience in the country with great scenic view, especially upstairs. Great selection during restaurant week. Service was great sitting upstairs but was not crowded as was early. Upstairs quieter than downstairs but reasonable either way.
Our meal at Restaurant 17 was delightful, and sitting out on the deck with the view of the mountains made it even better.
Will return soon! Wonderful way to check out new places. Restaurant Week!
Another great meal during Restaurant Week. Love the small plates! Creative and delicious.
Love this place! Great ambiance and even better food!
Dining on the patio was amazing. Really incredible atmosphere and attentive staff that made it a wonderful experience for my husband and I. I love that they bake their own bread and make their own pastas and everything that came out was very fresh and the presentation was quite impressive. Nothing beats tapas style dining with a mountain view.
Will go back.Unique atmosphere, varied selection,good quality/value
Restaurant 17 is yet another restaurant with great potential, that falls short due to poor execution. My wife and I visited during Greenville Restaurant Week, and R17 had a three-course menu. We made our selections and waited a very long time for our first course. Once it finally came, our main entrees (second course) came no more than 2minutes later. I had ordered fish and my wife steak and neither tasted properly as the fish was cold (they only offered that re-heating would probably not a good idea, so I was stuck with cold food) and my wife's steak required "keeping warm" which obviously changed the cooking temperature. At the end of the day, the service was not outwardly bad, nor was the food bad, but at this price point, the execution did not meet expectations. Granted, the hostess happily met our seating request, the cocktails at the bar were excellent and the waiter team acknowledged my wife's food allergies as noted in our reservation. The location is excellent and we were seated outside, as requested, and had unobstructed views of the mountains. At the end of the day, Restaurant 17 is a good, but not great restaurant, which is disappointing as there is so much potential.
This is a lovely place with really creative, beautifully served, food (lamb meatballs and tomato pie were our favorites, but everything was very good). We live (relatively) close, but want to come back to stay; its adjacent Hotel Domestique is very romantic! (the setting overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains is breath-taking)
Beautiful setting, great service and fantastic food!!!
The view from the dining area is outstanding- mountains and mist last night! The service was prompt even though they were packed. The food was imaginative and delicious portioned just right. Thank you 17!
Too loud and dark; slow service. Waited a. Wry long time (over an hour to get main course.
By far our favorite restaurant in the upstate, the food, service and atmosphere are always outstanding.
The food was excellent, fresh, local produce and ingredients. Food preparation was excellent and to our liking. Really loved the devil’s eggs, tomato pie and tomahawk ribeye. Good wines as well as by the glass. Service was good, but a bit slow and servers were overworked, wait for food was a bit slow but overall an excellent experience! They even surprised my wife with a complementary dessert for her birthday.
The worst steak I've had in the Upstate alongside the uninspired a la carte sides.
Sam was excellent!
Excellent food, beautiful venue, slow service but that was what we wanted - very relaxing.
Food was exceptional and Jason's service was extraordinary. He knew the menu very well and could explain the items in great detail. A special place.
This was our first visit and we were impressed by the location, food and service. Nice out of the way place that offers outdoor dining. While somewhat limited it was a very creative menu that should offer something for everyone. Great service in a quiet atmosphere.
Fresh local ingredients.... delightfully prepared!! Servers were friendly, knowledgable, and attentive. A wonderful experience
Table 17 did not meet my expectations. What was I expecting? I am a George Hincapie fan, and it was curiosity about George and his storied career, more than anything that attracted me. I had this fantasy George would drop by the table during our meal, which is totally unrealistic, of course. But other than the restaurant's name (a reference to Hincapie's number of TDF starts) there was nothing about the venue/experience that evoked George's years in cycling or the Tour. While I didn't expect bicycles hanging from the ceiling, or jerseys on the walls; the beauty, grandeur and pathos of cycling and the Tour seem too compelling to ignore completely. The decor is dark hues and minimalist. It felt austere and worlds apart from the vibrant colors of the Tour I had watched earlier that day. The restaurant (and connecting hotel) is "out in the boonies"- a perfect jumping off point for some serious cycling. But, without the personal touches to make this a destination dining experience, the effort to get to Table 17 from Greenville or Asheville probably isn't worth it. With no real ambiance, to speak of, my experience depended entirely on the food and service- neither could bear the weight. We had an amiable and attentive waiter but there was only one other party in the restaurant so he was not overworked. He did try to upsell us on the $68 steak but we were more interested in the small bites, which were "hit or miss"- some were very good and others less memorable. We zeroed in on the tomato dishes as they are now at their best in the South and they proved to be our favorites. One of my dining partner's scallops (the only "large plate" we ordered) contained only two scallops and were just okay. Our wines were very good. For me, the hoped-for je ne sais quoi never materialized. But I've noted in the reviews that other diners had 4-5 star meals and I do sincerely hope Table 17 does well. But I won't be back anytime soon.
The heirloom tomato salad was quite good and generous. Wines were interesting and good. Main courses were a major disappointment
We had enjoyed this place a few years ago but were disappointed this time.
Nice but cold. Not welcoming. Two scallops for $30 is a bit much. Our server, Elizabeth, was a delight.
This is a nice place for a special occassion or just to drop in at the bar for a cocktail and appetizer. The view of the moungtains overlook a vineyard and outdoor patio. The food was great. My wife had the sea scallops and I had the lamb meatballs, lettuce wraps and roasted eggplant. Our server Ty was very attentive and expained everything on the menu very well. We were not disappointed with his recommendations. After dinner, we sat out by the firepit and took in the scenery.
The food was excellent. The views were excellent.
Just hope you get a different server than the one we had.
Wonderful friendly staff. Food was amazing!