While driving thought S.C. my companion and I stopped for lunch at Greenville and following a tip from the South Carolina Visitor's center guide, we decided to lunch at The Lazy Goat attracted by 1) the Mediterranean cuisine; and 2) the location of the restaurant itself. Our experience was utterly charming as we sat at a patio table overlooking the water with the sounds of a waterfall (artificial) below the patio as children splashed around in it. We sipped our wine as our very friendly waiter recounted to us the downtown revival in the city. I always like a place that has a good balance of dining options both non-vegetarian and vegetarian especially as my dietary preference is the latter. I was not disappointed with the Mediterranean salad and the pesto panini I had for lunch and that was washed down with some very pleasant tasting red wine. We were delighted by the wine glasses so much that we even bought 6 glasses from the restaurant. Utterly full and sated we got back on the road. So charmed were we by both the restaurant and the downtown itself that we've been raving about them to our friends and plan to return to spend a weekend there. Our serendipitous journey through Greenville was definitely enhanced by our restaurant experience! I would definitely recommend the restaurant to others.
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