EAT LOCAL

Eat Local Breakfast & Brunch Spots in Upstate South Carolina

Last Updated December 01, 2014
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The Farmer's Table

Why We Love It: Spartanburg’s new favorite brunch spot. From Redneck Pancakes to Southern Eggs Benedict, a menu that reflects the best of locally sourced, casual food. Lunch too, with seasonal cocktails, beer and...
|401 E. Kennedy St., Spartanburg, SC, us
|864-582-6554

The Starving Artist Café

Why We Love It: Self-dubbed “part restaurant, part art gallery”, this delightful spot is located in the heart of downtown Easley. Try one of their home-baked desserts or sign up for a fan favorite “Art & Vino...
|114 NW Main St., Easley, SC, us
|864-644-8450

Tealoha

Why We Love It: A unique, healthy “tea and eats” spot right downtown, serving all-natural, made-to-order fare and select teas for breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch, seven days a week. Inviting, modern, nature-...
|131 E. McBee Ave., Greenville, SC, us
|864-509-1899

Tupelo Honey Café

Why We Love It: This Asheville-based restaurant family of Southern cuisine is locally-focused wherever it lands. Here in Greenville, they partner with Mill Village Farms both in the kitchen and in the garden to make...
|1 N. Main St., Ste. T, Greenville, SC, us
|864-451-6200

Upcountry Provisions

Why We Love It: This bakery and bistro serves up a mean breakfast, lunch and dinner and caters to boot. Fresh breads are out of this world. Great stop near the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail. Open Tu-Sa.
|102 S. Poinsett Hwy, Travelers Rest, SC, us
|864-834-8433
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