Sleep Inn at TD Convention Center
231 N Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 240-2006
Fax: (864) 672-2015
231 N Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville, SC, US, 29607
- Phone: (864) 240-2006
- Fax: (864) 672-2015
Even though Greenville already has quite a few steakhouses, Saskatoon, styled like a hunting lodge, still manages to bring something new to the table: wild game. In addition to filet mignon, prime rib and sirloin steak, diners can also order buffalo, elk, fresh trout and salmon, duck and ostrich if they want to try something different. All grilled, roasted and otherwise cooked to tender perfection, the menu helpfully lists a chef-recommended wine to go with whichever dish strikes your fancy. The wild game sausage appetizer and the mixed grill are the perfect way to sample all of what Saskatoon has to offer.
This fabulous 1950's style soda shop and diner features chrome five cent jukeboxes on the tables and serves delicious, fresh, and prepared-to-order hamburgers, fries, malts, and apple pie.
Open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner, this contemporary steakhouse features an award-winning menu with house specialties including top choice porterhouse steaks, barbequed Atlantic salmon, tender prime rib, and a delicious honey pecan gorgonzola salad. They are closed on Sundays.
Escape Oxygen Bar encompasses many things including a full-service bar, hookah lounge, restaurant, nightclub and pool lounge. The atmosphere is club-like but if dancing is not your cup of tea, chill out in one of the lounges for a group hookah smoke or a pool game. The food menu consists of bar fare like chicken wings, mozzarella sticks, jalapeno poppers and burgers. The crowd is mixed depending on the day and event going on, especially on Saturdays when it is an under-age dance party. Check the website for upcoming events.
Irashiai Sushi Pub's extensive menu is sure to please any lover of Japanese food. From sushi, sashimi, and teriyaki dishes to sukiyaki, shabu-shabu (Japanese hot pot), and fried noodles, everyone in your party will be able to find something to love, even if they shy away from eating raw fish. Catering to families and large groups, giant sushi platters are available to share, and reservations can be made for up to groups of 30. Located on Pelham Road a stone's throw from the Haywood Mall and the Greenville Downtown Airport, Irashiai Sushi Pub is convenient to many area hotels as well as the Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery.
Stax Seafood Grill & Bar is one that all the locals are familiar with, an establishment they have frequented over the years. Perfect for a casual outing with friends and family, this restaurant and bar can seat up to 250 people. Stuffed shrimp, fried flounder and sesame tuna are some of the seafood items featured on the menu. In addition, there are also various steaks you can enjoy. The Chambord Cheesecake Martini and Banana Boat are great dessert drinks.
This casual dining restaurant features an extensive menu of fresh fish and seafood, aged beef, baby back ribs, chops, and chicken entrees, as well as an atmosphere that is warm and relaxing. They are open Monday through Friday for lunch and dinner and open on Saturday for dinner only.
Pick up those chopsticks and get ready for an excellent blend of flavors. With sushi like the Red Dragon with its avocado, crab stick, cream cheese and topping of eel or the Norwegian sushi roll with its tomato, avocado and cucumber wrap topped with mackerel, a dried kelp sheet and lemon slices; there are many sushi rolls worth trying at Sushi Hana. Be prepared to return to this restaurant in order to try one of the chef's new and innovating sushi roll concoctions. If you are not in the mood for raw fish, try the Panko-Fried Pork or Chicken Teriyaki both entrees are equally delicious.
Delicious homemade Tex-Mex and Mexican inspired cuisine is served at this casual Mexican dining restaurant that includes traditional favorites and innovative new dishes on their menu. They are open daily for lunch and dinner and reservations are suggested.
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
Prime beef and a large selection of fresh fish are the specialties at this 275-seat, award-winning restaurant that also serves a wide selection of Continental specialties, as well as aged prime and Kobe beef, lamb and veal, and stone crab claws. An extensive selection of over 1,200 wines from around the world complements your meal. They are open Monday through Saturday for dinner only; closed on Sundays.
Known for smoking the "leanest butt in town" over hickory logs, Henry's Smokehouse is a favorite for locals and visitors to Greenville alike. The meat is cooked in the pit from about 8 to 12 hours, ensuring the most tender meat that falls off the bone and melts in your mouth... without costing you an arm or a leg! Call or see the website for more information.