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Jere B.
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Report | a year ago
This is the first time we have visited Chicora Alley in Mauldin. We have been to the same restaurant in downtown Greenville several times in the past. Our experience last night was awesome. The food was great, the service was excellent and we will definitely be back.
EDWARD E.
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Report | a year ago
Best burger I have had in a long time
ANDREA S.
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Report | a year ago
Please don't leave Mauldin....... Give it a chance!
Barbara S.
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Report | 2 years ago
I have been to the Chicora Alley in downtown Greenville! The food was the same, but this restaurant is much smaller, not as "hopping" as the downtown restaurant! It is closer to my home and is convenient! I will definitely go back again!
kristin r.
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Report | 2 years ago
Just wish they would do a half order of their nachos like they do at the downtown one
Terry P.
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Report | 2 years ago
Food came out very hot and will come back very soon
Ashley B.
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Report | 2 years ago
Salsas are all fabulous!!!
Kem G.
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Report | 2 years ago
All around great time and food.
Deborah E.
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Report | 2 years ago
I'll be back...
julie h.
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Report | 2 years ago
will be back!
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The menu at Chicora Alley fuses the sweet, tangy flavors of the Caribbean with the smoky, savory flavors of the South, resulting in a collage of tropical plates and down-home favorites. The vibrant flavors of the menu encourage guests to mix and match cuisines—start with an appetizer, then dig into one of mom's cream cheese chicken enchiladas or a black Angus shredded brisket taco, with 7 different salsas to choose from. On weekends, Chicora Alley offers a Sunday brunch with a variety of items, such as huevoes rancheros, breakfast burritos, and country breakfast.

The kitchen dishes out classics such as jerk chicken with fried plantains, but also cooks up unique creations. The shrimp burrito, for example, wraps eggplant, plantains, spinach, goat cheese, and jerk shrimp in a massive tortilla. Even the sauces constitute intriguing combinations, boasting names like ketchupeno and honey butter, a sweet spread that has to be painstakingly churned from honeybee milk. The restaurant's penchant for unexpected pairings even affects the live entertainment. On any given night, performances by bands range from Caribbean reggae to Southern jazz to Bluegrass. During the warmer months, patrons can enjoy the music and great food in the outdoor seating area complete with firepit, where games of cornhole or ring toss can be played. For younger guests, there is a kids play area with kids tables.

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