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The eclectic new menu at Friar's Tavern eschews culinary borders, boasting dishes from around the globe. Chefs cook up Yuengling-battered British fish and chips with the same skill as their prime rib or smoke-infused salmon piccata. Starters such as fried pickles and steak-packed Philly egg rolls segue into entrees like the bacon-wrapped filet mignon or parmesan-crusted grouper?baked and drizzled with orange-ginger glaze to boot. After meals, guests can belly up at the full bar to sample 10 draught beers or hide billiard balls from very hungry friends in the pockets of five regulation-size pool tables.

1178 Woodruff Rd.
Greenville,
SC
US

In Scott Burford's words, his father Del "was a 'foodie' before it was cool." Raised on Southern home cooking in a family that was passionate about food, Burford's path to chef and restaurateur seems to be a clear one. At Del's Twisted Kitchen?named, of course, after his dad?Burford has crafted a menu as unique and colorful as the restaurant's unusual exterior, from the Baja shrimp tacos to bread pudding french toast drizzled with rum-caramel sauce.

1102 Woodruff Road
Greenville,
SC
US

Seated at one of Sakura Bistro's hibachi tables, diners prepare themselves for the show. Stationed at the teppanyaki grill, chefs dice, toss, and sautee pan-Asian cuisine before the eyes of hungry patrons who can watch their food be prepared from start to finish. The enormous menu also includes a host of offerings from behind the sushi bar, where slabs of fresh fish are rolled into maki rolls or draped onto little bundles of rice.

1451 Woodruff Road
Greenville,
SC
US

For more than 25 years, Chef Manigault's La Vieille Maison has served as an elegant locale for weddings, parties, and meals. Guests can find themselves in a dining room or sunroom, on a veranda or hideaway patio, or in an expansive garden perfect for large gatherings. There, they'll enjoy Southern-style dishes with a French flair from changing menus that have featured stuffed mushrooms, rack of lamb, and herb chicken with oven-roasted potatoes and saut?ed vegetables.

28 Howe Street
Greenville,
SC
US

For more than 25 years, Chef Manigault's La Vieille Maison has served as an elegant locale for weddings, parties, and meals. Guests can find themselves in a dining room or sunroom, on a veranda or hideaway patio, or in an expansive garden perfect for large gatherings. There, they'll enjoy Southern-style dishes with a French flair from changing menus that have featured stuffed mushrooms, rack of lamb, and herb chicken with oven-roasted potatoes and saut?ed vegetables.

28 Howe St.
Greenville,
SC
US

At Bricks Downtown Grill and Bar, laughter and the clinking of drinks mingles with the savory aroma wafting up from freshly-baked thin-crust pizzas. Guests cheer on their favorite football teams on overhead flat screens as they quaff frosty beers and chow down on handmade burgers. Or if the music strikes them, they can dance to tunes happily provided by local live musicians and rock bands or sing along on karaoke nights.

315 Augusta St
Greenville,
SC
US