3971 Grandview Drive
Simpsonville, SC 29680
Phone: (864) 757-1552
Fax: (864) 757-1553
Stella's Southern Bistro is known for its local, homemade food infused with the bounty of coastal Carolina. Using only the best ingredients from local farms and the nearby Atlantic, Stella prides herself in her ingredients. For starters, the buttermilk fried okra and citrus-cured salmon Gravlax are amazing while the Shrimp & Grits adheres to tradition. Entrees include selections of all types, from duck and pork to steak, fish and chicken, it's definitely difficult for omnivores to make a choice.
P. Simpson's Hometown Grille is an unpretentious Southern restaurant with a lot of charm and warmth. Where will you see customer pictures on the walls along with scores of messages from their diners on their chalkboard walls, but here! You can be assured to get amazing fresh food made every day since the restaurant does not keep a freezer nor a microwave in their kitchen! All you will get is great quality and good quantity food. Have fun sampling their wines which are sourced from boutique wineries from all over world or tipple on delicious draft beers. All P. Simpson's is known for, is to give their diners pleasure, come and join in their pleasure list.
Rockaway Athletic Club is a popular restaurant in the Columbia area. It is known for their Rockaway Burger which is a hamburger covered with pimento cheese, as well as their cold beer.
Visiting Longhorn is like paying a visit to the authentic West. The steaks are hand-cut, hand-seasoned and carefully prepared. The burgers are thick & juicy and salads are freshly prepared. They offer legendary Western fare to satisfy a range of cravings.
Bucky’s Bar-B-Q has a simple menu, but every item is packed with deliciousness. Pork, chicken, ribs and sandwiches fill the plate along with two sides. There are also three more locations in South Carolina, so grab a plate if you're nearby! Call or see the website for more information.
If you're not particularly craving Southern cuisine, consider visiting Sushi Masa in East Greenville for lunch or dinner. Serving ramen, sashimi, sushi and rice bowls in a traditional Japanese atmosphere, diners might just forget that they're in South Carolina. A much more extensive menu along with Japanese spirits and wine are available in the evening. Stop by Tanpopo, the market next door, for some Japanese groceries and snacks. With limited seating, consider making reservations on Friday nights.
Located at the Crowne Plaza Greenville, this is one of the many Ruth's Chris steakhouses to be found across the country. Apart from serving the finest USDA Prime steaks, this restaurant also has a lot of seafood items on its lunch and dinner menus. There are a number of rooms that are perfect for private gatherings, and you can also avail of their catering services.
This restaurant offers a pleasurable dining experience with a full menu of American cuisine that includes prime rib, fresh seafood, steaks, sandwiches, and burgers. Lunch and dinner are served daily.
Serving lunch and dinner daily, this restaurant offers over 35 freshly prepared Northern Italian specialties prepared in exhibition kitchens. Menu items include delicious pasta dishes, wood fired oven pizzas, veal, steaks, chicken, and tantalizing homemade desserts.
Located at the Greenville Marriott, Giatu is the restaurant to pick if you're looking for one that serves American cuisine in a casual atmosphere. This restaurant has a full bar, and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This ground floor eatery has a good brunch buffet on offer on Sundays. You can also organize a private event in the dining room offered for the purpose.
This fabulous 1950's style soda shop and diner features chrome five cent jukeboxes on the tables and serves delicious, fresh, and prepared-to-order hamburgers, fries, malts, and apple pie.
Even though Greenville already has quite a few steakhouses, Saskatoon, styled like a hunting lodge, still manages to bring something new to the table: wild game. In addition to filet mignon, prime rib and sirloin steak, diners can also order buffalo, elk, fresh trout and salmon, duck and ostrich if they want to try something different. All grilled, roasted and otherwise cooked to tender perfection, the menu helpfully lists a chef-recommended wine to go with whichever dish strikes your fancy. The wild game sausage appetizer and the mixed grill are the perfect way to sample all of what Saskatoon has to offer.