You'll eat well in Newberry with the perfect meal to satisfy every craving, whether it's breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert. You’ll find South Carolina seafood, finger-lickin’ burgers, juicy steaks and Southern delicacies made to perfection.
Whether you want to impress someone special or just treat yourself, Newberry has several great dining options. Make a reservation at The Cabana and be sure to check out the Storm Cellar Wine and Cigar Bar downstairs. The restaurant has been in business for more than 30 years offering exceptional service and a fine dining experience. The menu includes hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood, signature dishes, homemade soups and delectable desserts.
Wanting dinner after that show at the Newberry Opera House? Walk a few doors down and snag a table at Figaro The Dining Room. Relying on local purveyors for many of its food products, Figaro has developed lasting relationships within the community. You won’t be disappointed with the cozy atmosphere, classic cocktails and creative cuisine rivaled only by the great service you’ll receive.
With the historic Newberry Opera House right across the street bringing in big-name acts, it's not unusual to find a packed house at Steven W’s Downtown Bistro. On show nights, it's full of hungry customers devouring the famous Apricot Flounder and Almond Basket. After 20+ years in operation, it’s safe to say this hot spot is one of the top restaurants recommended by locals.
Casual Family Dining
If you're traveling with some picky eaters or simply can’t decide on what you’re craving, The Palms Grill & Bar will cover all the bases. Its extensive menu includes everything from blackened ahi tuna and rib-eye steak to quesadillas and the classic BLT, with chicken wings, ribs and burgers thrown into the mix. Or opt for the weekday blue-plate lunch specials featuring one meat, two sides, bread and a drink for one affordable price.
Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day and Bill & Fran’s tends to agree! Built on hard work, good food and friendly service, the business has expanded twice since the doors opened more than four decades ago. The restaurant's second owners, Billy and Dana White, continue serving Southern hospitality and tasty classics for breakfast as well as lunch and dinner.
We all scream for ice cream at Laila's Place! Established in 2017, it has a traditional feel with a wide selection of ice cream flavors and select lunch items like house-made chicken salad sandwiches, pimento cheese, hot dogs, classic Italian hoagies, roast beef sliders and much more.