Greenville is a tourist destination for many reasons and the available brunch options more than make the cut. See our list for some of our favorite spots in town, whether you’re a resident or “just visiting.”
Biscuit Head wants to teach you to make bacon, brisket, and more hearty morning fare
Writing a 208-page cookbook while opening a new restaurant wasn’t exactly something that Biscuit Head owners Carolyn and Jason Roy had planned to do, but the husband-and-wife team not only finished writing “Biscuit Head: New Southern Biscuits, Breakfasts, and Brunch,” they opened their third location of their popular Asheville-based chain in downtown Greenville’s South Ridge development within six months of each other.
The menu will mirror the format of the regular dinner service with nine selections and five sides. Choices will rotate weekly but will include mainstays such as a bison-pork belly burger on a house made wheat roll, churros with Mexican chocolate sauce, and a version of heuvos rancheros that’s both vegetarian and gluten-free.
GB&D opened in August in the Village of West Greenville as a lunch-only location, Tuesday-Friday from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., and over the last six months has gradually added in weekend brunches and Thursday Noodle Nights.