It’s been another epic night on the town with your friends in beautiful Greenville and things are starting to wind down. Now, where can you go at such a late hour to satisfy the raging appetites worked up by all that fun? We’ve got you covered. Here are some suggestions that will satisfy a range of tastes and ensure you climb into bed with a full, happy tummy. Each is open ‘til the wee hours for your late-night dining pleasure.
6 E. Washington Street (864) 509-1428 Open until 3 a.m., Friday and Saturday
The offerings at Sully’s Steamers are far from typical, especially when it comes to bagel sandwiches. While you can still expect that delicious, chewy texture, you’ll be surprised by the melty, oozy, stuffings of steamed masterpieces like The Hunger Games, which is generously filled with pastrami, horseradish, muenster, lettuce, tomato, thousand island and crunchy salt-and-vinegar chips. This sandwich and many more make for serious slayers of late-night appetites.
Society Sandwich Bar and Social Club
18 E. Coffee Street (864) 203-7046 Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily
Two floors of eats and drinks have made Society Sandwich Bar a staple on the late-night dining scene. Appetizers, salads, ramen bowls and hearty sandwiches, like the Chicago-style Italian beef, offer myriad delicious ways to tame the hungries minus that late-night-menu feel.
Carolina Ale House
113 S. Main Street (864) 351-0521 Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily
Icy cold beverages, a “scratch-made” menu and always-lively vibe make Carolina Ale House a worthwhile hang-out for downtowners who aren’t quite ready to call it a night. Chili-cheese fries, nachos and other shareables are popular as are the handhelds, which include everything from carnitas tacos to a Carolina dog.
Charleston Sports Pub
15 W. Washington Street (864) 520-2333 Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday-Friday; 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday and Sunday; serves full menu until midnight
Pub food—it’s what’s for late–night noshing at Charleston Pub House. Think plates heaped with spicy wings, fried pickles and peppers, loaded tots, quesadillas, salads, po’ boys and so much more. If you want it, chances are you’ll find it here.
128 N. Main Street (864) 448-9928 Open 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily
Head to City Tavern for a rich dive-bar experience that lingers long into the night. This kitchen really has a hand in everything, including its hand-cut fries, hand-breaded onion rings and hand-sliced potato chips. These appetizers go great with a Philly cheesesteak sandwich, patty melt and chicken fingers which are—you guessed it—hand-breaded.