We have eaten twice at the family-owned Brick Street Cafe. Lunch is offered Monday-Saturday, with Dinner presented Thursday-Saturday. You'll be delighted with both meals, but make sure to save room for dessert!
Lunch offers salads and sandwiches, and on a recent weekend the restaurant was filled with diners apparently attending baby showers, lunch with grandma, or just young families gathering. The old belt factory just outside downtown Greenville is charming. (It has a "Brick Street" running down the center of the restaurant, providing the name). Service is wonderfully attentive but not intrusive. At dinner, which on a recent Saturday found the restaurant 3/4 full, was well presented. Our party had grilled salmon, chicken, crab cakes and pork chops (well, one pork chop though the menu says, "chops"), and all were pleased. For dessert, have the sweet potato cake, which is out of this world! When we were finished, the waiter brought the check (which he readily divided among members of our party) and said, "Thanks for joining us. Stay as long as you like." We felt like guests at someone's house for dinner. We hated leaving, thinking we might be disappointing our hosts.