It is with great pride in our family’s time honored recipes and traditional baking methods that we invite you to enjoy the taste of Southern tradition, the taste of Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop.
The Blockhouse Restaurant & Oyster Bar has been a local favorite in Greenville since 1981. I would like to thank you for giving us so many years of success.
Without your input into our restaurant over the years, we would never be where we are today. Our only goal is to serve the finest quality food available in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. We’ll never be a fast-food restaurant, but what we do offer is something they can’t touch – the best quality.
All our food is made from scratch, always using the best ingredients possible. We hand-pat our burgers. We make our quiche every morning. All our soups are made from scratch, using fresh seafood or beef or chicken. We age all our choice meats in house and hand-cut all our steaks. They are never frozen or prepackaged. So it takes a little longer for us to prepare your meal, don’t worry. You know you’re getting the best.
~ Charlie McMullen
A quaint neighborhood gathering place featuring a wine, craft cocktails, beer and a variety of tapas, gourmet flatbreads, cheeses, charcuterie, and salads. Indoor and outdoor patio seating available.
Bold, Creative, Distinct
Tipsy Taco Craft Bar Scratch Kitchen™ is a locally owned and operated Greenville restaurant with a fun, laid-back vibe that specializes in made-from-scratch Tex-Mex favorites like street tacos, tamales, fajitas and much more. Our brightly colored walls and funky interior radiates energy and our staff will welcome you and provide service that will bring you back again and again.
Greenville’s New Hot Spot for unique food and drinks.
Tacozzini is located in the West End of Greenville on historic Augusta Street. We are a casual and modern pub serving unique appetizers, salads, tacos and pizzas using only the freshest ingredients sourced locally when available.
Our New Hours During COVID-19 are:
Monday-Wednesday 11am-9pm, Thursday-Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 10am-9pm. WE ARE CLOSED FOR BRUNCH.
At Jersey Mike’s, we offer a sub above – one that’s measured in more than inches or seconds ‘til served. We carefully consider every aspect of what we do – every slice, every sandwich, every store – we provide our customers with sustenance and substance too.
Open During Social Distancing: Monday through Sunday 10:00am-9:00pm
Curbside upon request No contact pick-upDelivery through Jersey Mike’s App., JerseyMikes.com, DoorDash, Grubhub, Postmates
The Pickwick is a local, family-owned drugstore and soda fountain that is celebrating 70 years in the prescription business. Its customers reside in Greenville County, and the employees have been with the pharmacy for a combined 133 years. In addition to boasting fast, no-wait prescription service, The Pickwick offers delivery service, complimentary gift wrapping, and a focus on the schools and community. The soda fountain seats approximately 50 people, serving simple sandwiches, shakes and malts, fresh-squeezed orangeade and lemonade, hotdogs and chilidogs, 20 flavors of ice cream, and cherry and vanilla cokes served from a 1949 soda fountain. The business is locally run and owned by a third generation of Odoms, a family born and raised in the city of Greenville. The Pickwick is one of the few locally-owned, non-chain pharmacies that remain in SC and is located at 3219 Augusta Street in Greenville
Augusta Roads very own Bakery offering customized wedding and special occasion cakes. Owned by Connie Jud – European Baker with 30 years experience.
Star Wars wedding cake, 3D Land Rover cake, fancy cupcakes… you name it and they’ll do it – all with a Swiss twist. After finally giving in to the constant nagging of their friends, Connie Jud, Queen of Taste, and Tom, Master Decorator, teamed up to bring Greenville a sweet treat – The Bakery Off Augusta.
Their cupcakes are most ordered and cakes are most talked about, but you must stop by one morning for a mouth-watering cheese Danish or any of the freshly baked pastries. Don’t forget everything is made extremely fresh with fresh ingredients and absolutely no shortcuts. Call several days in advance for large orders or set up a consultation to discuss the perfect sweet treat for your special occasion.
Welcome to Augusta Grill. For over 20 years, we’ve offered artfully prepared, elegant American cuisine inspired by flavors and techniques from all over the world. Our menu includes a variety of dishes from seasonally-inspired heirloom tomato salads or our melon and proscuitto appetizer to beloved classics like our famous crab cakes and perfectly prepared filet mignons.
Our experienced and knowledgeable staff can guide you through our carefully selected wine list for perfect pairings every time. Of course, they are also happy to describe the evening’s desserts which are prepared fresh every day. Our passion for food and wine means an ever-evoloving menu, so please check out our daily offerings here.
Since 1993 we have been one of Greenville’s most popular restaurants, and we invite you to experience why our customers return week after week. Come by for a visit. We’re sure we’ll see you again!
If you ask 10 different people you are likely to get 12 different stories of how the Pete’s no restaurants came to be. So in the spirit of tradition this is the version we will go with. The first Pete’s was opened by a Mr. Manos on the West End in the early 1930′s. They sold hot dogs, peanuts, and such. It had various owners before it closed in 1970. Our Great Uncles George and Nick opened Pete’s no 2 in 1941 located on Main Street. Pete’s no 2 occupied two different buildings during its life. That is why some are confused more so because Pete’s no 2 had changed locations and looking back some think they were operating at the same time. Pete’s no 2 is no longer in business and has been closed for many years. Pete’s no 3 opened its doors in 1952 and is located on Pendleton Street. In 1954 Pete’s no 4 (that’s us) was conceived and shortly after opening was sold to their nephews one of which was our father Jimmy Como. Fast forward through the 50′s, 60’s, and in the late 70’s the last remaining partner Rocky sold his share to Jimmy. As you can see on our logos we use 1956 as the year we started. But, our father did not arrive to Greenville SC until 1956. Though he was not a partner at that time that is the year we use. Throughout the last half of the century the old place had been remodeled. In 1985 the new restaurant was built simply because we had outgrown the original one. Just a few feet away the new place was being erected while the old place operated till construction was complete. The local news taped the demolition of the old building. During that interview Jimmy Como told the reporter “My mother had me but that building raised me.” That old building is truly missed and subject to many a story of those that grew up dining there. Read more history at comospetes4.com/about