Taylors is a census-designated place (CDP) in Greenville County, United States. The population was 21,617 at the 2010 census. Taylors is the Greenville/Spartanburg area's largest suburb although it is not incorporated as a city. It is part of the Greenville–Mauldin–Easley Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Taylors
4.5 based on 105 reviews
My husband and I had never been to Open Hearth before his company's Christmas party. It has a couple of very nice rooms for private dining. Our service was great, the food was delicious, and we had a great time. I had the French onion soup to start. The rib-eye and Filet Mignon were our entrees, with salad and potatoes. I like the way they serve the toppings for both. I would definitely recommend Open Hearth for a special night out.
4.5 based on 268 reviews
Had a really enjoyable meal at Mutts. We got the large table near the door because there were seven of us. My granddaughter would track the train and hoot as it passed by above our table. The food was top notch although I personally prefer my BBQ cooked in sauce. They serve it as plain smoked pork and sauces are on the table. All the side dishes were good, I especially enjoyed the sweet potato cassarole. A large selection of drink choices and several dessert items were also on hand. The prices are very reasonable.
4 based on 124 reviews
Legendary Food, Legendary Service
Despite being packed and on an hour wait Brandi gave us good service with hot from the oven rolls and Cinnamon Butter.
The steaks, baked potatoes and salads were superb and our daughter liked her grilled chicken sandwich just fine.
Call ahead seating allowed us to arrive and be seated immediately.
4.5 based on 217 reviews
Food was average. Entrees included calamari, veal, chicken and pasta/cheese dishes. Sauce is fresh, but nothing unique; chicken also average. Service was attentive, but busy. If volume is important, this place provides generous portions. But we found good to be average in taste and interesting presentation. Garlic rolls were also average — perhaps we visited on an off night, as we plan to try again.
4 based on 134 reviews
Love coming to Mythos. Good food and price. Always clean and has wonderful service. Highly recommend for the food and service.
4 based on 64 reviews
Mr Salsa is s great local Mexican restaurant. Their food is always prepared fresh & served hot! Their chips & salsa are very good. The owner comes by the tables & checks on his customers. He remembers if you've been before. It is also reasonably priced so it makes a great date place!
4.5 based on 410 reviews
We heard friends talking about The Lost Cajun so decided to try it out. We were not disappointed, in fact it was better than imagined. Our server, KeKe started our experience with friendly conversation and exceptional recommendations, We were treated to a sampler platter of house favorites. I don't know if this was a good or bad idea. After trying everything, I wanted them all. So our family of four all ordered different items and shared with each other. We love the Lost Cajun and will definitely make it a top priority to return.
4.5 based on 371 reviews
My husband and I visited Saffron for lunch this week and discovered an extraordinarily large array of salads, dishes, naan and even kheer. It was fantastic. Every dish was well prepared even a few with a bit of heat (hot spice). Naan was plentiful on the buffet table. Tandori chicken was kept hot in an oven-like warmer. The restaurant itself is beautifully decorated with lovely fabric and tapestry wall decor and spotless white tablecloths. Service was friendly and very attentive. My only lament was that the chai was on the pricy side with no free refills. I understand that milk has become expensive but chai tea is an essential element of Indian cuisine. For those who like spirits, there is a full bar. Wonderful dining experience for those craving their Indian food fix and those wanting to try Indian for the first time.
4 based on 63 reviews
I used to eat at the Lil Rebel all the time before they moved to their present location . Since they have moved I've only made it in a handful of times . It had probably a couple of years since my last meal there . My most recent visit was like a home coming . All the normal players were present . Brothers Charlie and Spero meaning the kitchen and grill . Helen greeting and making sure everything was just right . I just had a cheeseburger and a tea and it felt like I was eating at a relatives kitchen table . Definitely a family run restaurant . Spero and Helen's son is there too . Now married but I can remember him as a toddler.
I enjoyed my burger and their sweet tea is a southern classic . Most of all I enjoyed catching up with old friends and I will be back with family in tow . I also have always wanted to bring in a classic car to one of their cruise ins. Ernie H.
4.5 based on 259 reviews
Very good sausage salad app. Nice German pinot noir before roastbraten, grilled steak covered in brown gravy, fried onions and egg noodles. Salad was a nice change from the norm: greens, bean salad, kraut, carrots, and pickles. Espresso and Fernet Branca to finish. Surprised it took me so long to try. I will visit again for sure.
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