15+ Best Brunch Spots in Greenville, SC to Satisfy Your Cravings!

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Are you craving the best brunch in Greenville, SC? Even just the mention of “brunch” puts a smile on my face. Finding a good restaurant that serves brunch in Greenville isn’t hard—there are plenty of options. You will get your fix of chicken and waffles, bloody marys, shrimp and grits, and french toast at one of these awesome brunch spots!

Restaurants with the best brunch in Greenville, South Carolina

However, it might be hard to narrow down your options because there are so many great choices. So we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Greenville, SC brunch spots (and thrown in some Greer, Travelers Rest, and other nearby locations) to help you choose one the next time you want that mid-morning breakfast-lunch meal.


Prefer a breakfast-only meal? You may want to read our Top Breakfast Restaurants in Greenville.

Breakfast in Greenville, South Carolina

Restaurants That Serve The Best Brunch in Greenville, SC

Fork and Plough

1629 East North Street, Greenville 
864.609.4249
Brunch Hours: Sundays 10 am – 2 pm
Head to Fork and Plough for brunch on a Sunday morning. Their brunch menu changes, so be sure to check out their daily menu before you leave to find out what will be available. You’ll likely find specialty biscuits and some sort of fried chicken, but it will all be plated in creative ways. Reservations aren’t required but are encouraged—especially for Sunday brunch. Readers seem to love Fork and Plough, making it one of the highly recommended places for the best brunch in Greenville, SC.

Fork and plough! Fresh ingredients and the menu changes so always something new and exciting. And their mimosas have an orange juice ice cube.

Cassidy W.
Eggs Up Brunch

Eggs Up Grill

Multiple Locations
Brunch Hours: 6 am – 2 pm (double-check with your location)
Eggs Up Grill is another favorite brunch location. With an extensive menu, they have options for every palate. From omelets and eggs benedict, to classic breakfast plates and brunch bowls, burgers, and sandwiches, you’re sure to find something that suits you.

Their kids menu even allows you or your kids to choose 3 items to create a meal. With locations in Anderson, Boiling Springs, Clemson, Greenville, Greer, Moore, Powdersville, and Spartanburg, there’s probably one near you.

Biscuit Head

823 S Church Street, Suite C, Greenville
864.248.0371
Brunch Hours: 8 am – 2 pm
Put your stretchy pants on and head to Biscuit Head for brunch. This breakfast and brunch spot is a personal favorite of mine. With gigantic fluffy biscuits that are made in-house every day, you’re sure to get “some South in your mouth” (Biscuit Head’s famous tagline).

Their menu features several unique biscuit sandwiches, and you can also get a regular full breakfast meal with eggs, two sides, and a biscuit. The biscuit donuts are incredible if you like a little something sweet. If you visit the restaurant, be prepared to wait in line, but it’s worth it.

Bonjour Main

20 S Main Street, Greenville
864.509.1090
Brunch Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, Opens at 8 am

Bonjour Main has some truly delicious casual French cuisine, with brunch being a great way to sample their savory or sweet crepes. The restaurant vibe is super cute, so would make for a perfect morning date.

Bonjour Main hands down! It’s in downtown greenville. It is just the sweetest little place. Great food and excellent service.

Anna L.

CAMP

2 East Broad Street, Greenville
864.514.2267 
Brunch Hours: Saturdays 11 am – 2 pm, and Sundays 10 am – 2 pm
CAMP, located in Camperdown Plaza, serves brunch every Saturday and Sunday. Their menu features both sweet and savory items. The Chilaquiles, Tiramisu French Toast, and Shaved Beef Brisket Benedict look especially delicious. CAMP accepts reservations, so try to book yours in advance. There brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, so its the perfect way to start your weekend.

A plate from Camp GVL Tostada

Read our full KA review of CAMP and see why this restaurant is an excellent choice for brunch or dinner!

The Habitap

1325 Miller Road, Greenville
864.236.8025 
Brunch Hours: 10 am – 3 pm
Newer to the Greenville, SC area, the Habitap has quickly grown in popularity and features a delicious brunch menu. Restaurant goers can choose from a variety of options, including The “Smashville”, Chicken and Churro Waffle, The Taphouse Grits Bowl, The Notorious Omelet, and several different pizzas. Adults can also enjoy the bottomless mimosas during brunch hours. And there’s a separate menu for the kids to enjoy.

Hendough Donuts
HenDough

HenDough

126 Augusta St, STE 13, Greenville
864.373.9108 
Hours: Monday – Thursday 8 am – 10 pm, Friday 10 am – 10 pm, Saturday 8 am – 10 pm, Sunday 8 am – 9 pm
HenDough is another great brunch option in Greenville. Located in Gather GVL, HenDough serves up several types of biscuits, breakfast sandwiches (including the Donut Breakfast Sandwich), salads, regular sandwiches, and kids meals. 

Nose Dive

116 South Main Street, Greenville 
864.373.7300
Brunch Hours: Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 2 pm
Located in the heart of downtown Greenville, Nose Dive is a local favorite and features urban comfort food. It also has some fantastic brunch offers. You’ll find items such as Shrimp and Grits bowls, Chilaquiles Scrambler, Tzatziki Burger, and Roasted Chicken Salad on their menu. One of their most popular brunch options is the Adluh Mills Grits Bar; it’s all you can eat!

Roost

220 North Main Street, Greenville
864.298.2424
Brunch Hours: Sunday 10 am – 2 pm
Located in downtown Greenville in NOMA Square, Roost is yet another local favorite with a popular brunch menu. Choices include the Farmer’s BLT, Grass Fed Black Angus Burger, Margherita Pizza, and more.

The roost has great options, buffet, and bottomless mimosas. People watching in the hotel makes it fun too! Eggs up Grill is also great. Their home fries are INSANELY amazing.

Madison K.

Soby’s

207 South Main Street, Greenville
864.232.7007
Brunch Hours: Saturday 11 am – 2 pm, Sunday 10 am – 2 pm
Located in the heart of downtown, Soby’s is a popular brunch spot in Greenville. With a menu that features a la carte items in addition to traditional brunch fare and Chef’s features, it’s definitely worth checking out. 

Southern Culture

2537 North Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville
864.552.1998
Brunch Hours: Saturday – Sunday 10 am – 3 pm
Southern Culture Kitchen & Bar is known for their brunch menu. Their brunch menu is extensive and features Meat Loaf Hash, Shrimp and Grits, Yardbird & Eggs, a couple of different Omelets, sandwiches, burgers, and salads. You can even build your own bloody marys and Bottomless Mimosas are fun for adults to indulge in. There are lots of comfort food options, so that is always a win on a Sunday morning.

Maple Street Biscuit Co.

18 E North Street, Greenville
864.520.8724
Brunch Hours: Sunday from 7 am – 2 pm

Fully loaded biscuits, biscuits sandwiches, delicious waffles, and other yummy treats are found at Maple Street Biscuit Company. They are only open one day a week, Sunday, so make sure you plan out your visit.

Maple Street Biscuit Co! It’s always fresh, consistently delicious, and very filling. Plus a fun atmosphere with friendly staff!

Jennifer B.

Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery

205 Cedar Lane Road, Greenville
864.255.3385
Brunch Hours: Monday – Sunday 7:30 am – 7 pm
The Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery would be a great choice for brunch, especially if you’re taking the whole family. There’s plenty of seating and plenty of options on the menu. There’s even a fenced in area with toys for your littlest ones to play in so you can relax for a bit.

Read our KA review of Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery to learn more about this local grocery and restaurant combo!

Swamp Rabbit Cafe right off of the Swamp Rabbit Trail

Sully’s Steamers

6 East Washington Street, Greenville
864.509.6061
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 am – 8 pm, Friday – Saturday 7 am – 3 am, Sunday 8:30 am – 3 pm
When you think of bagels, you typically think of breakfast, but Sully’s Steamers has bagels that span breakfast and lunch. For example, B-Rad’s Best has meatballs, pepperoni, salami, provolone, pizza sauce, banana peppers, and onions on it. And Mr. Burns has sausage, egg, and American cheese. Their menu is extensive, and there’s even a kids menu that includes a “Mini Mr ‘T’”.

Chicken and waffles -with a mimosa at Tupelo Honey Cafe
Chicken and waffles at Tupelo Honey

Tupelo Honey

1 North Main Street T., Greenville
864.451.6200
Brunch Hours: Saturday – Sunday 9 am – 4 pm
Tupelo Honey’s scratch-made Southern food menus change with the season and by location, but you’ll always find an incredible variety of sweet and savory options. They’re famous for their fried chicken and buttermilk waffles, so you’ll likely always find those on the menu.

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The Bleu Porch

302 North Main Street, Greer 
864.479.0433
Brunch Hours: Monday – Friday 10:30 am – 2:30 pm, Sunday 10 am – 2 pm
Frequented by many locals, The Bleu Porch in downtown Greer is known for its quaint, cozy atmosphere and delightful menu. Their current brunch menu includes options such as Traditional Eggs Benedict, Yardbird and Eggs, Breakfast Cuban, and a few different salads. 

Tandem

2 South Main Street, Travelers Rest 
864.610.2245 
Brunch Hours: 7 am – 3 pm
Tandem is another personal favorite of mine. Located in downtown Travelers Rest, this little restaurant is well-known for its sweet and savory crepes. The Lumberjack, Lemon Sugar, and Banana Nut are always good choices. And for those who prefer waffles, you can choose from a couple of different options. If there’s a long line when you arrive, it’s worth the wait.

Breakfast at Tandem Creperie
Tandem

Which restaurant do you think offers the best brunch in Greenville, SC?


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Shannon Pruitt
About the Author
Shannon moved to the Upstate after college, and other than a brief few years in Florida, has stayed. A former teacher, she is now the mom of one beautiful girl and works from home as a writer, web designer, and brand strategist. She believes tacos don't have to be reserved for Tuesdays, shamelessly listens to crime podcasts, and fuels herself on a daily cup of coffee (or two). You can find her on Instagram @shannonroyalpruitt

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