Edible Upcountry Restaurant Guide (Sponsored)

December 04, 2014
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American Grocery Restaurant

Chef/owner and husband/wife Joe Clarke and Darlene Mann-Clarke are responsible for this bonafide treasure, a restaurant that celebrates seasonal cuisine and locally sourced products from table to glass.


Mission-style tacos from a rockin’ food truck. Handcrafted and authentic as they come. Regular set-up in Greenville’s Pendleton Arts District and full schedule of locations on the web. Great option for private events.

Atlanta Bread Co

This casual and cozy restaurant offers fresh flavors, a variety of organic ingredients, and a pastry counter to die for. A great spot to get some work done, catch up on reading, or bring the whole family.

Bavarian Pretzel Factory

Nothing rivals the old world delicacies of the Bavarian Pretzel Factory: wieswurst to bratwurst, goulash, schnitzel, house-made breads, pastries and pretty near perfect potato salad.

Brick Street Café

Located in an old belt factory, Brick Street Café is the ultimate stop for good Southern cooking. We double-dare you to leave without trying the sweet potato cake.

High Cotton

A Charleston-born classic of high-steppin,’ high style, new Southern cuisine. Executive chef Gary Mennie brings a flavor all his own to this scenic restaurant on the Reedy River.

Mac’s Speed Shop

Beer, bikes and BBQ right across from the baseball stadium, Mac’s features a friendly patio, a huge selection of craft beer and the best smoked butt downtown.


Owners Joe and Summer Fredette work closely with local farmers to create their seasonal menu. Pizza, sandwiches, and the best shrimp cakes around. With half price bottles of wine on Saturday nights, well worth the trip to Anderson.

The Farmer’s Table

Spartanburg’s favorite new brunch spot, owned and operated by Lenora and Joel Sansbury. From Redneck Pancakes to Southern Eggs Benedict, a menu that reflects the best of local and seasonal food. Lunch and dinner, too, with seasonal cocktails, beer and wine.

The Forest Coffeehouse

A hub for coffee (proudly serving TR’s own Leopard Forest brand) and community along the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Enjoy your caffeine, a local artisan-baked snack, grab a paper or conversation and refuel thyself.

The Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery

The perfect pitstop off the Swamp Rabbit Trail. With a fierce attention to accessibility, you’ve never had an easier time eating or shopping for local food.

Tom’s BBQ

Called Greenville’s catering headquarters for a reason, Tom’s BBQ makes anything from a family picnic to a corporate function smokey good.

Tortilla Maria

A hotspot for fast, fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine, with an emphasis on local and organic ingredients. Take home a bargain-priced stack of their organic corn tortillas, the only source for fresh ones in the area.

Upcountry Provisions

Located in Travelers Rest, this bakery and bistro serves up a mean breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bakery-fresh breads are out of this world. Great rest stop near the Swamp Rabbit Trail.

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