Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Simpsonville, South Carolina, United States. Simpsonville is a city in Greenville County, South Carolina, United States. It is part of the Greenville–Mauldin–Easley Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 18,238 at the 2010 census, up from 14,352 in 2000. The population had risen to an estimated 20,736 as of 2015. Simpsonville is part of the "Golden Strip", along with Mauldin and Fountain Inn, an area which is noted for having low unemployment due to a diversity of industries including Para-Chem, Kemet, Sealed Air and Milliken.
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3 based on 81 reviews
We have eaten at Bova a number of times over the past few years. The food is usually pretty good. When they used to be open on Sundays, their brunch menu was excellent. They are no longer doing the Sunday brunch, though. The atmosphere in the restaurant can be a bit loud. We have been in there before around mid-day when it was just a few people, and they had hard rock blaring through the speakers. That's not a good way to get us to want to come back. The service has been off-and-on.
4 based on 14 reviews
At Mary's, we've built our reputation on quality, simplicity and attention to detail in everything we do. Our mission is simple: To delight guests with our creativity, quality and exceptional value. We take a fresh approach to traditional southern cooking
I meet with 4 other friends once a month and we went to Mary's Lunchbox and loved its menu and food was very good and fresh. The waitress was so helpful and sweet, she was fairly new to the area, and did a wonderful joy.. Will definitely go back, have been to Mary of the Fall Cottage. Thanks for coming! Hope you will come again soon.Kind regards,Mary
4 based on 65 reviews
Several of us were at the Swamp Rabbit brewery next-door wanting something to eat so we called Shortfieldâs and placed an order to go. They were super efficient got all the details right and the food was very good! They offer a variety of yummy appetizers, burgers, fish tacos, pasta.... a little bit of everything. We definitely would eat there again !
4 based on 75 reviews
We needed a place to get eggs on a Saturday without a long wait or lots of "greasy food". Although they don't serve breakfast, they do have ham and egg or bacon and egg sandwiches on white toast. The fries were hot and fresh and made a tasty substitute for hash browns. Reasonably priced too.
4 based on 44 reviews
From focusing on quality, clean ingredients to serving our food to you in a warm and welcoming environment, Panera Bread is committed to being an ally to our guests. That means crafting a menu of soups, salads and sandwiches that we are proud to feed our
We tried the new Panera Bread location on Fairview- in front of Publix. The building lacks character, has no personality, and is industrial at best. Gone are the comfortable seats, and the warm fireplace to gather with friends. We came for supper and ordered Pick 2. Soup and salad were ok, with the soup warm not hot. I ordered a decaf coffee, and asked the manager for help because there was none out. He committed to 3 minutes, with a new pot brewing. When we left, the coffee had never appeared, and he was chatting with others in the kitchen. So much for customer service. We have a 'My Panera' card, but won't need it in Simpsonville. We won't be back. The coffee shop in the gas station across the street does a better job. Billooltewah
3 based on 140 reviews
Went to a retirement lunch with a small group of people (5). Food was decent, but the service was rather slow. Would likely go back but would plan on some extra time.
4 based on 43 reviews
First time here. Love that the way they call your order is whatever your answer is to the question on the board that day. Both of us had the BLT biscuit. I had a side of sweet potato fries and my husband had a side on Mac and cheese which had crumbled cheez itâs on top. Great atmosphere. Only complaint is that we wish the sandwiches where a bit larger . Definitely returning with the kids next time
4 based on 89 reviews
2nd or 3rd review. Food just stays wonderful. Please don't go if you are in a hurry, very slow. Everything cooked when ordered and it seems they don't begin prep until ordered. But food worth the wait. Mostly Southern fried seafood. Limited seating. Not good for large groups (over 6). Good staff interaction. Great date night, again if not in a hurry.
4 based on 253 reviews
Honestly, I was searching for a restaurant in Fountain Inn. Simpsonville is not too far away but did not realize this was not in the area. It was obviously very popular. But despite the multitude of cars, there was no wait for the table. My food was good but not spectacular, but the restaurant was very nice and the staff very friendly. The portion sizes were larger than expected. The biscuit was very large. Will go there again.
4 based on 411 reviews
We enjoyed everything about our evening at Stella's! Service by Jeffrey was first rate. Even though the outside is quite understated, the inside is brimming with charm and a positive vibe. The menu and chefs special were fascinating to read because they have elevated southern classics so creatively (making meal choices very difficult!). The four of us all picked something different so we had a good sampling and everything was excellent. Our order included buttermilk fried quail, grilled porkchop (over an inch thick and cooked perfectly), the catch of the day red snapper, and chef's special hangar steak and braised short ribs. Desserts were insanely good with decadent bread pudding, fresh peach cobbler and homemade fresh blueberry sorbet. The wine list is impressive. It deserves its top standing on Trip Advisor!
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