Best Brunch in Greenville

Ok, so these aren't ordered in best to worst... of the best.  Imagine you had to go to brunch every Saturday for a month, this is where I'd suggest going.  If you don't agree, we can either fight or we can go to that other place together and see if it's better.  Up to you.  If you do go to these places because you read it here, you BETTER tell me about it.



Located on Main Street Downtown, right beside Mast General Store. Typically a Southern version of Korean BBQ, you probably wouldn’t expect brunch here.  Well you were wrong.  They serve up classics Chicken and Waffles, Skillets, and Bruch Burger with pimento cheese, bacon, and fried egg….I’ll take 3.  Also showoff some of their BBQ with things like their Brisket Hash.  $3 Bloody Mary’s and $3 Mimosas.  Check it out

**Note: Oakblue is currently closed, due to a lack of staff.  They've moved over to the Common Cure for now.


Biscuit Head

The restaurant pretty exclusively makes biscuits the size of “cat heads.”  What an excellent business model.  They have gravy flights, butter and jam bars, and the most unique biscuits you’ve ever seen.  Served in a pie pan and way to big to eat with your hands, this is a staple brunch spot you want to go to.  Grabbing a “quick bite” usually doesn’t exist here due to the 40 person line out the door that accrues here every day.  Trust us…it’s all worth it.  The GreenVillan.  It’s unreal.  Don't believe me?  Look here.



 Located Downtown Traveler’s Rest across from Sunrift Adventures and seconds from the Swamp Rabbit Trail.  Tandem is a crêperie and coffeehouse serving up delicious crepes left and right.  An unreal mixup from a normal breakfast spot.  Choose from Savory or Sweet with picks like the Green Club (turkey, bacon, avocado ranch, etc.) and the Tiramisu (Mascarpone cream, espresso, dark chocolate, etc.).  I know, I know, I’m drooling too.  I’ll stop.  However, you can keep going, here.


Southern Culture

A little off the beaten path, but you should make the trip.  One of the very few places in GVegas with Bottomless Mimosas which floats a lot of your boats, I know.  $12 for champagne and OJ or $14 for premium juices is you’re “fancy”.  The name says a lot, but Southern Culture is classic southern food made better by eating it in a perfectly timed late breakfast and early lunch.  Things to try: GRAMMA’S REVENGE – Unreal chicken and waffles with some extras because go big or go home.  DOWN SOUTH OMELET – omelet fit for southern Kings.  Sat and Sun open to 3pm.  Look here.



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