While staying in Greenville, my wife and I went to Soby’s for an early dinner on April 27th and again on May 2nd. Soby's is one of the "Table 301" group of restaurants and, in my opinion, their best. We actually went back a second time. The atmosphere combines the rustic charm of a restored exposed brick interior with enough high-end touches that make for an enjoyable dining experience. The staff is very accommodating and work hard to ensure that you are comfortable, well-fed and leave happy – all at a price point that is very reasonable. On the first visit I ordered the Pecan Smoked Duck Breast and thought it was outstanding. The smoky flavor was a new experience and the duck was prepared perfectly – still pink, the way duck breast should be served since this was not the usual pan-seared/roasted dish. On the second visit I ordered the Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin and my wife had the Grilled Salmon. Our waiter, Bob-from-Colorado, asked us how we liked our dishes prepared and he delivered on his promise. My pork had a pink center, was moist and tender, and picked up a wonderful flavor from the applewood smoked bacon. My wife’s Grilled Salmon was cooked perfectly with a warm, moist center – just as she had requested. Bob went the extra mile to deliver two outstanding dinners. After dining at a few other Greenville restaurants I have to say that Soby’s was pleasantly memorable and we look forward to returning on our next visit to Greenville.