For a small town, Greenwood offers a diverse and interesting mix of dining options. Here are few not to miss:
Beginning life as an eight-bar stool counter, Kickers has moved around the corner to Maxwell Avenue. You can sample American classics and international faves such as the Moroccan turkey burger and stuffed baked potatoes.
The Mill House
The Mill House is a local institution, offering great pizza, sandwiches and huge salads made with local produce and meats. Whatever you order, you’re sure to leave Mill House happy and full. The menu also includes a selection of local beers, brewed next door at Good Times Brewing.
Pascal’s Cafe & Grill
Pascal’s is a staple for family special events. Whether it’s a graduation or anniversary, this restaurant will provide the service and ambiance you desire. Dishes offered include fresh fish of the day and a filet of beef tenderloin center cut “Oscar Style” topped with blue crab, asparagus and bearnaise sauce.
The Amish Oven
Country cooking is what’s on the menu here. From baked ham to fried chicken, you can create your favorite meat and three (or four!). And don’t pass on dessert with offerings like blackberry cobbler and cheesecake.
Alicia’s Mexican Food
This local favorite offers traditional Mexican fare in a casual atmosphere.
Howard’s on Main
Offering a deli menu featuring fresh-baked bread and pastries, soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts, this Main Street staple also has a backroom bar where you can sip craft beer, wine or mixed drinks. And don’t forget to check out the live music on Friday nights!
Inn on the Square
Even if you aren’t staying at the Inn on the Square, be sure to stop in and enjoy one of the restaurant's great salads and sandwiches. Also, don’t miss the Sunday buffet!
Located in Uptown Greenwood, El Maya offers Mexican dishes such as Tacos de Asado and delicious salsa. They even do tableside guacamole.
Fat Daddy’s BBQ of Greenwood
If you're looking for authentic barbecue, make sure to hit Fat Daddy’s. You can order barbecue sandwich baskets or plates, or take home a pound or two of Q to eat later.