Something New at Every Turn

The things that make Greenville a truly special place reach far beyond the things you’ll see and experience when you walk down our picturesque Main Street, stroll across the fabulous Liberty Bridge, dine in one of our award-winning restaurants or watch the sun set behind the Blue Ridge Mountains. The truth is, there are things happening every single day that help make our Greenville that Greenville. Here are just a few…

Famous Toastery now open! 

The North Carolina-based franchise opened on July 21st at the former Two Chefs Market location. They serve breakfast dishes until 3 pm and also cater breakfast banquets and boxed lunches.

104 S Main Street

Diner 24,  a new downtown spot open 24/7

Greenville’s first 24-hour diner with ’50s-style décor, jukeboxes on the tables and sparkly booths in the former Charlie’s Steakhouse location on Coffee Street is now open. Stop by Diner 24 today and grab a treat, lunch, or breakfast all day.

18 E. Coffee Street

Le Petit Croissant

Opened on July 1st, known for European/American pastries and chocolates.  

640 S Main Street

Rocket Surgery

The craft cocktail bar with brunch and full dinner offerings opened recently in downtown Travelers Rest by the owners of Sidewall Pizza Company. 

164 D S Main Street, Travelers Rest

Clean Eatz

The healthy food franchise joins other restaurants like Chicken Salad Chick, Bacon Bros, Taziki’s, all of which are in the Pelham Road Area.

3608 Pelham Rd

Strike up some fun at Stone Pin Company:

A boutique style bowling alley that lies beneath Revel Event Center. Stone Pin offers fewer lanes allowing staff to concentrate on customer service. The venue offers a unique experience and atmosphere for all to enjoy. Focused on entertainment and socialization with upscale food and beverage offerings with of course bowling!
 
304 E Stone Ave
 

Happy + Hale, brings on the go healthy to Main Street

Need a meal on the go, but want to stay healthy? This is your place! The newly opened location of Happy + Hale is convenient to Falls Park, Swamp Rabbit Trail and Fluor Field, so no matter what your taking in it's the perfect quick bite. 

600 S Main St

Abanico Tapas Bar

This tapas bar offers Spanish European Cuisine at affordable prices.

21 E Washington St

Joe's Place

Joe's Place has officially moved to 2 Williams St. in the Pettigru Historic District. Check them out for new & used books, coffee, a wine bar and local art. 

Tilt Arcade Bar

This what you get when you have classic video games and a sports bar all in one, Stay tuned for an opening date later this year!

 221 N Main St