Restaurants & Shopping
Downtown Greenville has become a favorite destination for upstate diners and shoppers who want to experience a unique variety of dining experiences unmatched in the region. Download downtown map (PDF) | More about downtown
Explore Augusta Road
This shopping district is home to a large variety of high-end specialty shops. Fine clothing stores, flower shops, health food markets and decorating resource centers can be found near old-fashioned hardware stores and a wide range of restaurants. Download Augusta Road demographics (PDF) | Visit Augusta Road Business Association online
Explore Haywood Road
This area is a regional shopping destination where you can find merchants of every description, including nationally-known furniture, jewelry and home improvement stores, as well as clothing outlets and a host of specialty retailers. Haywood Road is also home to Haywood Mall, one of the Upstate’s largest regional malls, which includes over 150 specialty shops, and 5 major department stores: Belk, Dillard's, Macy’s, J.C. Penny, and Sears. The area also has a variety of hotels, such as the Hilton, Courtyard by Marriott, and Hyatt Place. Download Haywood Road demographics (PDF)
Explore Magnolia Park
With more than 800,000 square feet of existing retail and restaurants, Magnolia Park is one of Greenville’s largest and most popular retail, dining and entertainment destinations. Magnolia Park features the #1 Regal Cinema in North Carolina and South Carolina, Cabela's first large format location in the Southeast, Nordstrom's only offering in the state and the highest performing Costco in South Carolina. The lineup of restaurants and retailers also includes a number of new entrants to the state, including Dave and Buster's, Yard House, Tucano's Brazilian Grill, Cheddar's Casual Café and Firebirds Wood Fired Grill. Download Woodruff Road/I-385 demographics (PDF)
Explore Shops at Greenridge
Shops at Greenridge is a $64 million retail development along Woodruff Road that features a number of local and chain retailers, including Ann Taylor Loft, Lowe’s, Marshalls, PetSmart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Swoozie’s, Foxfire, Ulta Salon and Cosmetics, Talbots, Barnes and Noble, Off Broadway Shoes, and J. Jill. Greenridge was developed by Charlotte-based Crosland Development. Restaurants include Panera Bread, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Salsarita’s, Brixx Wood Fired Pizza, Red Robin and Long Horn Steakhouse.
Explore West End Market and Historic District
The West End Historic District, known as the arts and entertainment center of the city, is anchored by the West End Market and Falls Park on the Reedy. While visiting the West End , you can browse through the shops in the West End Market and surrounding streets, dine in one of the area's unique restaurants, enjoy a theater performance, or view the progress of the construction of a world-class pedestrian bridge across the Reedy River falls.