In the daytime, Mary Beth’s feels like a small family diner. At night, it transforms to tablecloths, stemware and a completely different menu. But one thing always remains the same at this restaurant: fresh gourmet food.
If you’re craving Middle Eastern cuisine, a small family-style restaurant at 495 S. Pleasantburg Drive may be the exact place you’re looking for.
If you’re on campus, you are a mere 2.3 miles from pigging out on award-winning barbecue at Henry’s Smokehouse, located at 240 Wade Hampton Blvd.
Imagine a place where the smell of freshly baked bread hits your nose and the delicious scents of chocolate, cinnamon and warm icing rush over you as you walk through the door.
The fresh spices from the East immediately engulf visitors as they walk into Saffron Indian Cuisine.
One of the best stops for some “good eats” along Pelham Road is The Deli at Pelham Falls, a New York-style delicatessen.
A taste of Italy can be found in Downtown Greenville at the Luna Rosa Gelato Café.
Funnel cakes. Need I say more? These sweet doughy treats have been a favorite at festivals, theme parks, carnivals and sporting events for years. And thanks to Mike and Melinda Pennington, owners of Funnelicious, a restaurant that specializes in deep fried foods, you no longer have to wait for the next game or carnival to
For many students at BJU, particularly freshmen, the Greenville area is brand new. For some—after spending three or four years at the University—the community is like a second home. Whichever category you fall into, Stax Omega is a community landmark that is well worth a visit. Located on Orchard Park Drive near the intersection of
Tablefields, a new restaurant that just opened in August, is known for its organic emphasis on American comfort food.