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40+ Spaces for Superb Outdoor Dining: Greenville, SC and Spartanburg, SC

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There is something special, a unique vibe, about outdoor dining. Greenville, SC, and Spartanburg, SC have dozens of restaurants that make their outdoor dining spaces worthwhile. No matter the temperature outdoors, there’s a restaurant outdoor dining option to keep you comfortable. Our list includes Greenville and Spartanburg area restaurants with heated outdoor dining, shaded outdoor dining, and simply the best in the area! Now, go enjoy your lunch and dinner in the open air with outdoor seating!

This article includes:
Heated Outdoor Dining: Greenville, SC
Heated Outdoor Dining: Spartanburg, SC
Outdoor Dining Anytime of Year in Greenville, SC
More Outdoor Dining: Greenville, SC
More Outdoor Dining: Spartanburg, SC
Shaded Outdoor Dining in Greenville, SC

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Restaurants with outdoor seating near Greenville, South Carolina

Rapid Fired Pizza: Greenville, SC’s Super Fast Pizza Place!

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We have all had pizza, but have you had a Rapid Fired Pizza? Greenville has two locations that will help you get dinner on the table super duper quick! Your family wants dinner every night, shocker, and you’re running out of ideas. Pizza makes a great choice because of how customizable it is. Maybe it’ll help solve that daily question, “What’s for dinner?” at least until tomorrow!

There are currently five Rapid Fired Pizza locations in the Upstate! Two in Greenville, one in Spartanburg. one in Easley, and one in Anderson.

Pizza from Rapid Fired Pizza

Pepperoni or cheese. That’s what the majority of children like on their pizza. It’s for this reason; most parents can’t remember what they like topping theirs. But the Upstate has another option for pizza that can solve this problem for parents, and my family couldn’t be more excited.

Rapid Fired Pizza makes 9”-11” pizzas that are custom-made right in front of you, so everyone can get what they like! They offer several crust options, including a gluten-free crust and an option called “No Doh” prepared on a bed of spinach and parmesan cheese.

One of the best parts is that the pizza is cooked in just minutes – 180 seconds, to be exact. That is just one more of the reasons Rapid Fired Pizza is so family-friendly. Food served quickly keeps the little people happy, which keeps parents happy.

Making Your Rapid Fired Pizza Creation

After your pizza is cooked, you can visit the sauce bar and add one of over a dozen different sauces. I’ll admit, the first time I went, I panicked when faced with the freedom to choose whatever I wanted on my pizza. Luckily, they offer signature pizzas where all the toppings are curated for you. At the Rapid Fired Pizza Greenville location, I chose the Taco pizza and complimented it with the sweet habanero and chipotle ranch sauces; it was awesome!

Since then, I’ve tried more traditional options, and they’ve all been delicious. I recently tried the Chicken Pesto pizza, adding kalamata olives, red onion, artichoke, and parmesan to the ingredients already included. My kids stared at it like it was on fire. But, I’m happy to report; I savored every last bite of my creation.

Sauces at Rapid Fired Pizza in Greenville, South Carolina

Kids’ Meals and More at Rapid Fired Pizza

Kids’ meals are affordable and include a cheese or pepperoni pizza, cookie, and beverage.  On Tuesdays, kids’ meals are discounted (one kid meal per adult) and include a cookie and drink. If you’re not in the mood for pizza, they also offer calzones, pasta, and salads.

You can also order online and pick it up on your way home. Super easy – and tasty.

Rapid Fired Pizza: Greenville, SC & The Upstate

  • 2023 Augusta Street, Greenville
  • 4100-B Pelham Road, Greenville
  • 1707-F John B White Blvd, Spartanburg
  • 6099 B Calhoun Memorial Highway, Easley
  • 2192 N Main Street, Anderson

The Ultimate Guide to Restaurants in Greenville, SC

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Whether you’re looking for highly rated restaurants in Greenville, SC, a tasty snack, or the perfect cup of coffee, this guide will be your go-to every time. We took all our restaurant content and put it right here so you can find exactly what you’re craving. You’ll want to bookmark this page for your next dining experience.

This article includes:
Top Restaurants in Greenville, SC
Restaurants by Location
Restaurants by Cuisine
Food Hall Style Dining Locations
Dessert Locations
Dining Out With Kids in Greenville, SC
Date Night Restaurants in Greenville, SC
Restaurants for the Holidays in Greenville, SC
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Complete Restaurant Guide to Greenville, SC

We have restaurants with outdoor seating, food trucks, and delivery restaurants all on our lists at the top of this guide. Searching for a burger joint with great music, or maybe an epic fine dining experience with top southern cuisine and a fancy wine list? We have all of that.

Then you’ll find our lists by cuisine. Looking for tacos, no problem! Want southern food, pizza, or sushi, we have recommendations. Vegan? We have that, too.

This guide will also help you find the perfect restaurant for dining out with the kids, or for a romantic date night. We weren’t kidding when we said this was the Ultimate Restaurant Guide to Greenville, South Carolina!


Opa! Greek Festival in Greenville, SC is Back

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The Greek Festival in Greenville, SC is one of the most popular festivals and is coming soon – which means awesome food, lively entertainment, and vendors with beautiful, traditional Greek items. The 2023 Greek Festival is happening at St. George Greek Orthodox Church in downtown Greenville, SC on May 19-21, 2023.

Greek Festival in Greenville, SC

Bring a food truck to your neighborhood

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Want to be the hero your neighborhood needs right now? Bring a food truck!

We’ve figured out which food trucks are able to do this and all you need to do is make sure your HOA is cool with bringing a food truck, contact the food truck to arrange a date and time, and then tell alllll your neighbors. Most neighborhoods have a Facebook page or email list so that’s a good way to tell them. Or make signs – everyone loves signs. And food. Everyone loves good food, too.