Brazwell’s Premium Pub was established in 1969 and has two existing locations in Charlotte. The Greenville restaurant sports a revamped space with an “industrial-meets-comfy-pub” feel. More than 20 televisions ensure that customers will never miss a game, and the menu features traditional items such as wings, nachos and fried pickles along with burgers, salads and other specialties.
A weekday blue plate special for $9, including beverage, consists of down-home favorites such as country fried chicken, meatloaf and fish and chips. Shrimp and grits are a customer favorite, says Julius Tolbert, general manager of the Greenville location. Tolbert has owned and operated other Upstate restaurants, including Cornbread to Caviar in Spartanburg, which closed during the recession. Chef Beverly Margolis created the full-service menu.
Nice restaurant selections for Downtown Greenville are always great to see. Go check them out and let us know how it is! Cause that menu looks mighty tasty! Check out their menu here.