Where to Eat Brunch in Greenville
How do we love weekends? Let me count the ways. Brunch tops our list!
Mondays kick off the work week with granola bars, pop tarts, or anything else that can be held in one hand while the other hand holds the steering wheel. That leaves no hand for coffee, unless you’re a mutant. Cell phones are not the only distractions busy drivers struggle to resist.
Then there’s work day lunches. No savoring favorites. Mid-day meals are inhaled in one hour or less – counting travel time. (Don’t EVEN get me started on poor teachers.) Good for a few days, cold sandwiches and smoothies lose their appeal by hump day.
Ahhh, sweet Saturday. Bring on brunch!
Not your typical bagel. It’s a stuffed, melty mess. Some of their breakfast sandwiches come hot in more ways than one. When you add, not only jalapenos, but jalapeno cream cheese, it’s good and hot!
If your taste leans towards traditional, Stax’s Original is a must. Family owned and operated since 1988, Stax’s serves down-home southern comfort food. This just happens to be our Friday favorite. We walk in and our drinks are already waiting on the table and they know our To-Go order by heart (hey Kayla!) Stax’s Original is literally the place “where everybody knows your name.”
Iron Hill Brewery
Iron Hill serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday till 2 pm. A special menu boasts cinnamon sugar pretzel sticks and hot mini croissants to start. Main entrees include several vegetarian and beer-inspired dishes. Adults can choose “Boozy Beverages” and kids have their own menu. We want to know if you love the breakfast pizza as much as we do!
Located in the Woodside Mill Historic District, this eatery’s Saturday and Sunday brunch is 11 am – 3 pm. A full bar menu is available, including a cold brew coffee. Choose from your favorite breakfast entrees or try the Vegan Quiche.
Now that we’ve assaulted you with a healthy word count, (you probably have a job to do), we’re going to list our remaining favorites – equally as delicious!
Fork & Plough 1629 East North Street, Greenville 29607
Hungry Drover 2601 Tigerville Road, Travelers Rest 29690
Eggs Up Grill 31 Augusta Street, Greenville (temporarily closed), 225 South Pleasantburg Drive, 1939 Woodruff Road, 3935 Pelham Road, 10919 Anderson Road, Piedmont
Tupelo Honey 1 North Main Street, Greenville 29601
Roost 220 North Main Street, Greenville 29601
OJ’s Diner 907 Pendleton Street, Greenville 29601
Nose Dive 116 South Main Street, Greenville 29601
Passerelle Bistro, 601 South Main Street, Greenville 29601
Bex Cafe & Juice Bar 820 South Main Street, Greenville 29601
Comal864 1112 Woodside Avenue, Greenville 29611
Golden Brown & Delicious 147 Welborn Street Suite B1 (inside The Commons), Greenville 29601 (While you’re there, stop in Methodical Coffee for, well, a coffee!)
Greenfields 101 Verdae Boulevard #180, Greenville 29607
Grand Bohemian Hotel 44 East Camperdown Way, Greenville 29601
This is not a complete list! In the words of Southern Living, “The emerging food scene in Greenville makes it a must-stop-and-eat destination!”
Let us know your favorite & tag #greenville360 in your posts!