3971 Grandview Drive
Simpsonville, SC 29680
Phone: (864) 757-1552
Fax: (864) 757-1553
Bars & Cafes
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.
Home of the "Outlaw Burger" and delicious buffalo wings, this Southwest style cafe features a great food selection and an atmosphere that is reminiscent of the "Old West."
Stax Seafood Grill & Bar is one that all the locals are familiar with, an establishment they have frequented over the years. Perfect for a casual outing with friends and family, this restaurant and bar can seat up to 250 people. Stuffed shrimp, fried flounder and sesame tuna are some of the seafood items featured on the menu. In addition, there are also various steaks you can enjoy. The Chambord Cheesecake Martini and Banana Boat are great dessert drinks.
Father and Son team, Bill and Tom Davis believe that when drinking beer, you shouldn't be typical, you should try something new and 'sink the status quo'. With beers like their eponymous flagship Red Ale, seasonal ones that have Tahitian and Madagascar Vanilla or a specialty brew like their 'Dirty Monk' which has notes of chocolate, coffee and licorice, there is always something novel on tap. The brewery opened its doors in 1998 and since then it has garnered rave reviews from beer drinkers as well as other colleagues i.e., prestigious associations from around the states. Thomas Creek makes all types of styles as well, from Porter and Pale Ale to Stouts and Dopplebocks, the selections will satisfy even the most finicky beer drinkers.
Davani's is an Italian restaurant in Greenville serving premium meats, fresh seafood and house made pastas. Using only the freshest ingredients available, their food has a distinct freshness and flavor to it. Accompany your meal with your choice wine from their wide global wine list.
Gottrocks has become a staple on Greenville's music scene, showcasing local and traveling bands ranging from a variety of musical genres. The most popular genres played here are jam bands, country, Americana and blue-grass but hip hop acts and metal bands have also been known to grace the stage. The atmosphere and crowd tends to be laid-back and friendly with a good mix of old and young patrons. The bar serves up a variety of tap and bottled beers with great weekly promotions including happy hour and liquor specials. Gottrocks also serves food, mostly bar fare and a late night menu.
If you can't afford that ticket to the Caribbean, let the Caribbean come to you at Chicora Alley! This restaurant and bar offers its customers an array of island favorites and various dishes from world cuisine, including Mexican quesadillas. Call or see the website for more information.
Located in the heart of downtown Greenville, Smiley’s Acoustic Café is sure to bring a smile to music lovers in town. This hidden gem is one of the best venues to experience the regional live music scene. Great acoustics and a genre-spanning line-up take center-stage at their daily live gigs and World Famous Open Mic event. The likes of Charles Hedgepath, Eric Watters, Swingin' Richards and Cheap Blonde have performed here. The cafe's homemade Southern American cuisine is a big draw. Specialties include Catfish Po-Boy, Black & Bleu Hangar Steak Hoagie and Spaghetti & Meatballs.
The Brickhouse Grill & Warehouse is a popular restaurant and bar in downtown Spartanburg. The restaurant serves up brick-oven pizza and house specialties like pasta and chicken parmigian. The restaurant definitely caters to family outings and group gatherings while the bar caters to the young and hip downtown scene. The Warehouse serves up a variety of beers with a growing list of micro brews making the roster for the many beer enthusiasts in town. The Warehouse features live local bands and has weekly specials including happy hour, karaoke and trivia night.
Nose Dive in Downtown Greenville is the perfect place if you're looking to grab a bite and a drink in a casual atmosphere. This gastropub, closed on Sundays, has good food and a vast array of wines, cocktails and handcrafted beers to offer you. You can enjoy snacks like chicken wings and crab pretzels, or have a full meal comprising dishes like shrimp and chorizo pasta, bangers and mash and vegetable curry. South of the Mason Dixon, a concoction made from mint and peach syrup combined with lemon, water and Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka, is one of their many cocktails. There are live music events every week, as well as brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
If you want to avoid the downtown crowds and dine with locals in the know, Addy's Dutch Cafe and Restaurant is the perfect place for dinner and drinks. Serving a menu of European favorites, you'll find food here that you won't get anywhere else in Greenville. Wednesday night is German night, where freshly made schnitzel and Jaeger schnitzel are the stars of the menu. Addy's also serves 40 varieties of imported beer to go with your meal. A private dining room is available for events.
With another location in Greer, the popularity of the Cazbah is definitely reputable. Spend a sophisticated time here with friends or on a date, sharing tapas and having a glass of any of their wines from vineyards all over the world. Call or see the website for more information.