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ABC’s of Greenville

Let’s break down some of favorite spots, restaurants, and stores with our list of the ABC’s of Greenville


Hello, gorgeous. | Photo by: Will Crooks

Loving Greenville is as easy as ABC, and we wanted to prove it.

A: Alchemy Comedy | 1 E. Coffee St.

If you need a good laugh, catch an Alchemy improv show. You can find them most nights at Coffee Underground.

B: Beautiful Co. | 100 Green Ave.

In need of a new do or some luscious lashes? Beautiful Co. will hook you up.

C: CAMP | 2 E. Broad St.

CAMP’s ever-evolving menu will ensure you have a one-of-a-kind experience every time you go. Pro tip: If they have curry on the menu, get it.

D: Dapper Ink | Around town

The cutest designs meet the coziest t-shirts, hoodies, and hats with Dapper Ink. Rep Greenville in style.

E: Earle Street | The very same

Earle Street has become the street for fabulous holiday decorations. Do you know about the giant Santas?

F: Falls Park | Chase the waterfall

Falls Park is arguably one of the most popular destinations in our city. It turns 20 this year, and we asked you to share some of your favorite park memories.

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The inside is as impressive as the outside. | Photo by James Simpson Photography

G: Grand Bohemian Lodge | 44 E. Camperdown Way

What does fine art, a collection of arrowheads, a huge fireplace, and views of the Reedy River have in common? You can find them all at Grand Bohemian.

H: Hampton Station | 320 Hampton Ave. Ext.

Drink mead, throw axes, or take a pottery class at Hampton Station.

I: Indaco | 40 W. Broad St.

Pro tip: The focaccia bread is a must try.

J: Judson Mill | 701 Easley Bridge Rd.

Listen to live music, climb in the indoor climbing gym, and grab a brew, all in one place.

K: Kilwins | 220 N. Main St., Ste. 202

Sometimes you just need a scoop of Blue Moon ice cream or a chocolate turtle to turn your day around.

L: Limoncello | 401 River St.

Did you know Limoncello offers $2 glasses of Prosecco on Tuesdays? Pair that with the chicken risotto and you’re in for a treat.

M: Mast General Store | 111 N. Main St.

A staple of downtown, this store has everything. From tents to candy, if we’re going to be trapped in a store overnight, we’re picking Mast.

Downtown Alive | Photo by @thefortunatesons_music

This downtown is alive with the sound of music. | Photo by @thefortunatesons_music

N: NOMA Square | 220 N. Main St., Ste. 500

Raise your hand if you’ve ever been to an event at NOMA Square. Oh, everyone’s hands are up.

O: O.P. Taylors | 117 N. Main St.

Adults and children alike are filled with awe in this stellar toy store. We think Andy Griffith would be fine with Opie spending his allowance here.

P: Peace Center | 300 S. Main St.

Stop me if you’ve heard this one… famous musicians, Broadway plays, and comedians walk into the Peace Center… I forgot the punchline.

Q: Queer Wellness Center | 30 Pointe Cir.

Live your best and healthiest life with the help of this center.

R: Reedy Rip’It | Ribbit ribbit

Born in 2006, this anthropomorphic frog loves baseball with a passion. Do you want him at your event? If you ask nicely and fill out this form, there’s a possibility he’ll show up.


This food is unbelieva-bao. | Photo by GVLtoday

S: Sum Bar | 307 E. Washington St.

This small plate style restaurant is perfect for a date, a girls night out, or a dinner with family. Just to be safe, order two of everything.

T: Tetrad Brewing Company | 603 E. Stone Ave.

The beer list here has it all, from Lagers to Shandy’s.

United Community Bank Ice on Main in downtown Greenville, SC | Photo by Firewater Photography/Kris Decker

Get in, we’re going skating. | Photo by Kris Decker via Firewater

U: United Bank Ice on Main | 206 S. Main St.

Although it’s not open all year round, this attraction is beloved by Greenvillians.

V: Vault and Vator | 655 S. Main St., Ste. 100

This speakeasy-style bar serves classic and contemporary cocktails suited to every taste. Not sure what you want? Ask for the Dealer’s Choice.

W: West End | You guessed it

The West End is home to some of Greenville’s favorites. The Greenville Drive, Gather GVL, Old Europe Bakery, and Mac’s Speed Shop all call the West End “home.”

X: X - Marketing Agency | 147 Welborn St., Ste. A-1

You thought we wouldn’t have an X, didn’t you? This agency represents brands like Tipsy Taco, Brio Aesthetics, and Atmos Apparel.

Y: Yee-Haw Brewing Company | 307 E. McBee Ave., Ste. C

Whether you want to watch the big game, grab a pint, or snack on Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack, Yee-Haw has you covered.

Z: Zen | 924 S. Main St.

In need of a space for an upcoming wedding, corporate event, or party? We know a place.

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