• High Cotton:
    550 South Main Street
    (864) 335-4200
    Open for dinner nightly and known for their buttermilk fried oysters with Green Goddess dressing.
  • Cafe And Then Some:
    101 College Street
    Dinner theatre spotlighting folksy satire, music and great food blended with a personal touch.
  • Mary Beth's:
    500 E. McBee Avenue
    Breakfast all day long, seven days a week as well as lunch and dinner offerings.
  • Soby's New South Cuisine:
    207 South Main Street
    (864) 232-7007
    This restaurant is housed in a 100-year-old building and serves New Orleans BBQ Shrimp, grits and fried green tomatoes.
  • Larkin's on the River:
    318 South Main Street (at the Peace Center)
    (864) 467-9777
    Open for lunch and dinner, look for the she-crab soup and shrimp and grits in this fine-dining favorite.
  • Saffron's West End Cafe:
    31 Augusta Street
    Delicious cuisine including house specialties and customer favorites.