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I visited Greenville at Christmastime in 2019, was able to enjoy a meal at this fabulous restaurant while I was here. Shrimp and Grits! So incredibly good. Presentation was wonderful, wait staff exemplary, great bar and beautiful restaurant.
Ate at Husk on our last night in Greenville and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The atmosphere is fun, in such a historic building! Our waitress was friendly, and was able to answer all our questions about unique ingredients and menu item preparation - she was...busy but gave a very relaxed vibe making us feel relaxed as well! Food was DELICIOUS and all dishes were beautifully presented. Next time in Greenville, we will definitely visit again!More
We had a wonderful lunch on Saturday with Husk's unique shrimp and grits accompanied by barrel aged Manhattans. Fresh pork rinds are so tasty. The torte was pure chocolate! The service was exceptional.
We went here for lunch with 10 high school students. We had pre-chosen our lunches, and were seated quickly. The wait staff was very good and courteous to all of us. The pimento cheese was super good, and my shrimp and grits were very good!...They were a little lighter than some other recipes I have had... not as dense. Half our party had the fried chicken and it was quite good and crispy! I will return for dinner!!More
One of Greenville’s vintage warehouses is the setting for this trendy restaurant that features farm-to-table, fresh ingredients and remarkable ingenuity.
Even on a rainy night in February, the menu included artfully prepared fresh vegetables in inviting combinations (sweet potatoes have never tasted this good before)...and an intriguing selection of entrées including tile fish, duck leg (fantastic) and a chicken breast for those who seek delicious preparation without too much adventure into exotic spices.
The wines were very good. We didn’t try any of the beers or cocktails.
Our server was pleasant and efficient. But the noise level in the dining room makes intimate conversations virtually impossible unless one can read lips.
The prices are reasonable considering the excellent ingredients and presentations, but more costly than many Greenville restaurants. We thought it was worth the cost.
There is a bar on the main floor and a dining room upstairs. The staircase is rather steep, but I was told there is an elevator.
The attire is most commonly business casual but there were many diners who were very casually dressed. It’s a comfortable atmosphere with no pretense, just a welcoming place you’ll want to visit again and again.More
I dined here with my husband before a show at the Peace Center. Was a little bummed to see there was no valet parking and nearby parking is scarce since it's slightly outside of the main drag. However the wonderful atmosphere and food made up...for it (tip: request window seats!).
For appetizer we had oysters which were delicious!
For dinner I picked duck leg and grits and it paired very well. The meat just fell off the bone! So good! My husband had beef with potato cakes and loved it as well (ate every bit). We also ordered a skillet of cornbread which I'd pass on next time. It's very savory and not sweet at all. We added honey to make it better but it still just wasn't our style.
For dessert we had bread pudding and chocolate cake. They were "ok". The chocolate cake was so heavy and compared to eating fudge. The bread pudding was alright. Next time I'd skip dessert and go somewhere else.
Overall we had a great date night here. They change their menu daily so we'll be back to try it again at some point.More
Husk is in a beautiful, historic building in downtown Greenville. The original is in Charleston and they also have locations in Nashville and Savannah. The decor is a lot of wood, exposed brick, no tablecloths, surprisingly modern music and local southern touches. Bread basket is...a sweetgrass basket, which are handmade in Charleston. If you do not know about sweetgrass baskets, you should read the history. Also used handmade pottery for plates and mugs. The servers are unexpectedly casual looking. Not the old school "stuffy" type of atmosphere. Service was amazing and food was absolutely delicious. We had great drinks from the bar as well. Great selection of liquors. Dessert and coffee were great as well. Apparently, they are known for their southern style cornbread, we did not try it because we have lived in the south and had a lot of cornbread in our lives - nice to try something different. We went during restaurant week so we could try a variety of their foods. We had an amazing and romantic table for two. Second floor in the front/center window which overlooks the street. We will definitely return.More
I had the pleasure of visiting this Husk location while in Greenville, SC on business. The waiter recommended a Pinot Grigio to start off with which was wonderful! I also had a meat and cheese appetizer that was a considerable amount of food for a...starter dish...this appetizer also had some wonderful peanuts that seemed to have a cinnamon, brown sugar coating that I am still dreaming about today!! For dinner, I had a Flounder entree which came with a grain side and some vegetables which was wonderful as well. Overall, the food, service and atmosphere was absolute perfection and I cannot wait to visit another Husk location in the future. Thank you for the overall experience! You definitely set the bar HIGH!!More
My wife’s birthday brunch was an unfortunate failure. When we arrived for our reservation to a near empty house, the hostess tried to seat us next to the service alley to the kitchen and dishwashers. When we refused, she took us upstairs to another nearly...empty space to seat us a a two top in a corner.
We reviewed the menu and asked about dishes including the fried chicken and were assured all meals, and the chicken were made to order. The meals that arrived were virtually inedibly salty. In less than ten minutes fried chicken arrived, dried out and crunchy crusted with barely any edible meat - obviously cooked a long time ago and reheated before plating.
My wife’s breakfast plate contained pickled tomatoes too sour w vinegar to eat, and some potato concoction again too salty to eat. She succeeded in eating less than half her meal.
It shocked us that they asked about our special occasion and did nothing to help us celebrate - all this and a bill that exceeded $100. PS the drinks were good.More