The Best of Greenville, South Carolina


A picture of the Reedy River.

Greenville, S.C. is as lively as ever. Once known to be “the textile capital of the world” in the 20th century, Greenville is now a charming Southern city with high-end apartments, an ever-evolving, walkable downtown of museums, performing and visual arts centers, restaurants of all types, and great shopping. It’s gained popularity due to its ranking as one of the top places to reside today. The Reedy River flows right through the heart of downtown and is used for tourism and recreational use today; however, during the 20th century, it was surrounded by textile mills. Greenville, SC offers the benefits of a metropolitan city while also being laid-back and relaxed. The way to get to know Greenville is to see it for yourself but I’ve taken some photos of the best of the best in this lovely Dixie city. Let’s eat, shop, and explore Greenville!

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Pomegranate On Main has a great atmosphere and serves delicious Persian cuisine. It’s an inviting, brick-walled bistro decorated with Iranian artwork.
Grill Mark’s is one of the best spots to people watch while also enjoying a delicious burger.
One of several coffee shops on Main Street that offers its customers a delicious cup of joe and all sorts of speciality drinks. Methodical Coffee has a very hip, welcoming vibe from the minute you walk in.
Spill the Beans is a great place to treat yourself to ice cream or a cup of coffee. The shop provides lots of space and seating for friends and colleagues to meet up and chat.


Bevello is a contemporary, women’s fashion boutique downtown.
Taz is another one of the premier ladies boutique downtown. It is neighbors with the popular Methodical Coffee.
The Mast General Store is one of the oldest stores on Main Street and sells a broad selection of goods, including food, apparel and outdoor gear since 1883.

In addition to many local boutiques, downtown Greenville also has a Brook’s Brothers and Anthropologie.


The Westin Poinsett Hotel is a historic, four-diamond hotel located in the heart of downtown Greenville.


The Falls Park Suspension Bridge provides a beautiful overlook of the Reedy River.
This is an image of the Reedy River that flows under the Falls Park suspension bridge.
The TD Bank Amphitheater, lining the Reedy River, hosts outdoor concerts for the Greenville community to enjoy.
This empty textile mill lines the Reedy River downtown and is a popular wedding venue today.
The Peace Center is the grand performing arts center located on Main Street downtown.

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