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Escape Oxygen Bar breathes energy into Greenville with a bar that bestows all the luxuriant necessities of life: crisp air, mirthful meals, adult nectar, a dimly lit dance floor, and aromatic inhalables. An oxygen bar treatment ($5) enhances atmospheric ambience by blushing lungs with fragrant air, stimulating the mind until it can solve crossword puzzles written in Pig Latin. Tip back a top-shelf cocktail ($5) and dip low on the laser-lit dance floor, or win back your detachable third hand on one of two vast pool tables. The hookah bar ($5 per person) soothes smokers with an exotic inhalant that preps parched palates for socially agreeable dishes such as chicken wings ($5.50) or cheese fries ($4). The value of this Groupon cannot be used toward cover charges.

115 Pelham Rd
Greenville,
SC
US

Boasting 30 years of restaurateur experience, the gastronomic jedis at Sexy Taco construct intricately delicious, housemade edible meat envelopes filled with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Famished patrons can pop into Sexy Taco's taqueria or line up at the mobile food truck to peruse the menu for a range of handheld flavor devices. Fill empty stomach space otherwise occupied by freeloading SpaghettiOs with a steak taco ($2.50) or a roasted-chicken taco ($2.25), both covered in pico de gallo and mexican rice, a fish taco, hand breaded with Panko bread crumbs and drizzled with mango coleslaw and habanera cream sauce ($2.50), a veggie taco, crammed with marinated portobello mushrooms, mexican cheese, fire-roasted zucchini, and red peppers ($2.25), and a short-rib taco, packed with taste-bud-sizzling jalapeño coleslaw ($2.50). Exotic taco fillings and a commitment to sassy service make dining experiences so hot you won't even notice a shirtless Fabio sitting at the next table.

1848 Woodruff Rd
Greenville,
SC
US

Flat Rock Grille at Cherrydale plates up generous servings of steakhouse fare compiled from freshly plucked ingredients. The dinner menu races out of the gate with savory appetizers and salads ($3.49+), finally arching into a sea-bound swan dive with an array of maritime options. Feel the warm, compliment-whispering breeze of the Caribbean with the mahi mahi, which is twice named, but once breaded in shredded coconut and crushed macadamia nuts ($19.99). Each of the juicy USDA Choice cuts of corn-fed steaks are aged a minimum of 28 days, including the 7-ounce center-cut sirloin ($11.95), with prime rib available Friday and Saturday nights.

3201 N Pleasantburg Dr
Greenville,
SC
US

The Greenville News named Coffee & Crema the Best Coffee Shop in 2010. While there aren't many reviews for the Haywood Mall location, eight Yelpers award the Forest Park Shopping Center location an average of 4.5-stars, and three Google Mappers give it a five-star average:

27 S Pleasantburg Dr
Greenville,
SC
US

The notion of “fast and casual” isn't new—most chain restaurants adhere to the concept, as do many conversations with abandoned sock puppets. However, at Brioso Fresh Pasta, efficient service merges with local and organic ingredients to bump "fast and casual" into the glow of a new spotlight. Italian dishes range from house-made pasta to fork-free paninis, all of which arrive at tables on the arms of friendly servers. Brioso’s culinary team also respects special dietary needs with gluten-free pastas and vegan menu options.

1860 Woodruff Road
Greenville,
SC
US

The staff members at Carolina Health Innovations don’t stop at simply treating chronic pain—they delve into its source to try and correct the cause. Their thorough approach advises a combination of several disciplines, including chiropractic medicine, acupuncture, massage, and nutritional counseling. With licensed experts manning each branch, the wellness center dispenses noninvasive treatments that are tailored to every client's needs.

712 Congaree Rd
Greenville,
SC
US