110 Hawkins Rd
Travelers Rest, SC 29690
Phone: (864) 834-7040
Fax: (864) 834-7075
Bars & Cafes
With a vibe that stays true to its name, Bohemian Cafe is a popular feature on downtown Greenville's dining scene. Specializing in American cuisine, its menu offers an array of sandwiches, soups and salads with homemade dressing. Select from Bohemian Burger, Super Deluxe BLT and Famous Jalapeno Pimento Cheese, or specialties like Quesadilla Favorita and Fresh Catch of the Day from the Chef's Chalkboard. Complement your meal with beer, wine and spirits from the bar.
From local American brews, craft beers and difficult to find European Beers, The Community Tap has a nice selection for you to choose from. While their main focus is on Beer, they also have a selection of Wines to choose from that won't disappoint. Emphasizing on a relaxed, friendly shopping experience you can sit down and sample one of their unique On-tap brews or get their expert advice on something new that you'd like to try. With plenty of fun events, including a Craft Beer Festival, the Community Tap is a vibrant, lively retail spot. For details on what's going on, visit the website.
Café And Then Some definitely offers more than just coffee! This restaurant serves up food and entertainment with shows every night from Wednesday to Saturday. Reservations are welcome for dinner and for the show, or just for the show. Call or see the website for more information about reservation time slots, prices, and the delectable menu.
If you're looking for microbrews and finger lickin' fried fare, Blue Ridge Brewing Company combines the two perfectly. With a brunch, lunch, dinner and late night menu, this pub is great at any time. The award-winning signature beer menu features a blonde ale, a pale ale, a stout and a rare extra special bitter beer. Don't forget to check out their grub menu as well, where you can order sandwiches, burgers, pizza and much more all with a side of that ubiquitous South Carolinian staple, pimento cheese.
The Brickhouse Grill & Warehouse is a popular restaurant and bar in downtown Spartanburg. The restaurant serves up brick-oven pizza and house specialties like pasta and chicken parmigian. The restaurant definitely caters to family outings and group gatherings while the bar caters to the young and hip downtown scene. The Warehouse serves up a variety of beers with a growing list of micro brews making the roster for the many beer enthusiasts in town. The Warehouse features live local bands and has weekly specials including happy hour, karaoke and trivia night.
Jack n' Diane's takes its name from the popular 1980s John Cougar Mellencamp song and inside you'll find musicians that often collaborate more than battle. The music they play varies from classic rock tunes to contemporary love songs. Additionally, the players interact with the audience and they do take requests, just be prepared to jump in at any moment. The kitchen serves 'Little Dittys' (as they are called on the menu) like french fries, chicken fingers, spinach dip and also some sandwiches.
Coffee Underground & Theater is a small place where you can watch some local improv as well as drink a cup of java roasted by the owners themselves. Each night provides something new, from stand up comedy, independent and short films to acoustic musical performances, entertainment is the keyword.
If you want to avoid the downtown crowds and dine with locals in the know, Addy's Dutch Cafe and Restaurant is the perfect place for dinner and drinks. Serving a menu of European favorites, you'll find food here that you won't get anywhere else in Greenville. Wednesday night is German night, where freshly made schnitzel and Jaeger schnitzel are the stars of the menu. Addy's also serves 40 varieties of imported beer to go with your meal. A private dining room is available for events.
Barley's Taproom & Bar is the quintessential neighborhood bar that has it all. From regulation pool tables to dart boards to over 70 taps pouring the best in local and international beer, Barley's is a no-brainer for locals and visitors. The atmosphere is lively and friendly with a knowledgeable staff that love to steer patrons to fresh beer selections. The pizza has won numerous accolades from local newspapers due to its fresh ingredients, hearty sourdough crust and mouth-watering cheeses. The location is ideal, situated on beautifully restored Main Street and a short walk to many local attractions. The restaurant and beer hall also features a stage for live music, typically bluegrass or jazz.
The Trappe Door offers a glimpse of Belgian pub culture in the heart of Greenville. Located in a building's basement in downtown, the name of this brew pub is inspired by those famous Trappist Monks in Belgium. It features over 150 varieties of craft beer on tap, drafts and Trappist Ales including Bavik Pilsner, Monks Stout and La Trappe Oak Aged Quad. On the food menu are traditional specialties like Carbonades Flamandes, Seafood Waterzooi, Beer-battered Cod and Frites as well as a list dedicated to Moules Frites.
The growler is a popular form of getting your beer, and the guys and gals at Growler Haus are here to 'full-fill' those 64 ounce jugs of craft beer you seek. The styles vary from brewers across the country, and on the menu you'll find Lagunitas, Oskar Blues and Terrapin as some examples. The menu changes often and the entertainment does as well, so sit back listen to some sounds and fill your growler.
With another location in Greer, the popularity of the Cazbah is definitely reputable. Spend a sophisticated time here with friends or on a date, sharing tapas and having a glass of any of their wines from vineyards all over the world. Call or see the website for more information.