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Grill Marks


209 South Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
Hours: Mon-Thur 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Fri & Sat 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Sun 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Part of the Larkin’s restaurant family that includes Greenville’s Larkin’s on the River, Grill Marks specializes in burgers. These aren’t just any burgers, but burgers containing only 100% Certified Angus Beef nestled in a freshly baked brioche bun wearing the “Grill Marks” brand. You can order your $6.79 burger plain or with the standard lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle. For an DSCF3007extra $1.25 each, you can dial up the fixin’s with the choice of more than eight cheeses, bacon, grilled onions sauteed mushrooms and so on.

There are specialty burgers, such as the Firehouse, BCB, Stuffed Black & Blue, Hot Mess, South of the Border and more, ranging in price from $8.99 to $19.99. There’s even a Bison Burger at $13.89.

Sides are priced separately and range from $2.59 for a half order of fries to $6.99 for a full order of Bleu & Pimento Cheese Fries. Or, you can opt for a selection of three sides like the fries, onion rings, fried green tomatoes, for $8.99.

Not in the burger mood; you still have plenty from which to choose. Apps include Sliders, Dog Bites and Larkin’s Mac n Cheese. Salads run from $4.29 for Marks House Salad to $14.99 for the Southwest Chipotle Salmon Salad. There are other sandwiches as well: Grilled All-Beef Dog, Portobello, Heavenly Veggie and a grilled Atlantic Salmon sandwich called “Swimming Up Stream.” Prices here begin at $5.99 and go to $13.89.

S0294707A tempting array of deserts include Warm Apple Pie, Cheesecake and Grill Marks’ signature milkshakes.

With its casual, laid-back atmosphere, Grill Marks is a terrific spot for a quick bite or a leisurely drink. There is both indoor and outdoor seating. The bar is inviting and convivial. Like the servers, the bartenders are friendly and knowledgeable. Only some of Greenville’s tap rooms have a more varied selection of craft beers. They come on tap ($5.50) in cans ($5) and in bottles (beginning at $4).

With a selection of more than 10 each of white and red wines available by the glass or bottle, you might want to take advantage of the half-price-bottle deal during the weekday happy hour. By-the-glass prices are $4 to $14. Non-happy-hour bottles start at $24 and go up to just over $50.

Grill Marks also offers a full bar.

Located near the corner of Broad Street and South Main, across from the Marriott, Grill Marks is convenient to just about anything going on downtown.


Check out these other Greenville eateries:

Brazwells Premium Pub

Smoke on the Water

Soby’s New South Cuisine