|615 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601, USA
I’ve read several negative reviews of this restaurant that did not reflect my many positive experiences eating there.
Nestled right on the edge of Reedy Falls Park, this two-story brick cottage with double fireplace (downstairs) exudes charm. Indoor dining leads you to the second floor up some rustic wooden stairs, while a covered veranda for outside dining is also available. Outdoor dining is the better option with plenty of heavy iron tables and chairs or wooden benches shaded by green fabric umbrellas in the middle of an immaculate and picturesque flower garden (see photo). Eating here on a warm, sunny Spring day is perfect.
Their weekend Brunch menu is my favorite. The maple pumpkin walnut French toast is my go to, with the sweet potato pancakes a close second. I’m not a fan of eggs benedict, but my wife says they’re worth ordering.
The fried green tomatoes are also a flavorful appetizer.
This place was lovely! The food was very good, I had the low country benedict which was delicious. The service was rather slow but we were in no rush, enjoying the beautiful view and scenery this place offers.
A+++ FOOD was first class! Service was above board. Cost is unexpectedly average. What a beautiful place with a spectacular view of the park, which it over looks. You can park on the street or in the lot next to it and walk right in the park.
Go for the fantastic view and the incredible grits. Don’t expect too much from other brunch offerings. Meal pace is relaxed (read slower service). At least the staff was friendly when we had to request they take an omelet back for being undercooked. They aim to please. Sit outside if you go, indoors feels a bit cramped. The history and location of this restaurant is why people go. Fills up fast during peak times.