Trying to find the best Buffet in Greenville? 10Best has you covered. Our editors and locals search the city and suburbs for the top places. Then, we showcase popular restaurants like Soby's, and we highlight eateries with great user reviews, like Spoonbread Restaurant. We also help you find areas where Buffets are prominent - Downtown, for example - so that you not only get terrific dining recommendations, but you also have choices to boot. After all, if you're going to eat, you may as well do it right and take advantage of Greenville's best.

Mutt's BBQ
Somehow, the rustic log cabin that houses this restaurant seems an apt setting for the smoky flavor of good barbecue. Mutt's is right on target with their pork and chicken, prepared daily on the premises. Customers reap the benefits of this care, digging into sandwiches, plates (with two sides), or even racks of lean ribs. And among sides, the sweet potato casserole, baked with plenty of brown sugar, is the undisputed king. Try a little the next time you go, or call Mutt's to cater your favorite event. Buffets on Sunday, Tuesday night and Friday night. (864-848-3999)

Tommy's Country Ham House
When you go to Tommy's, be prepared to see folks from all walks of life — from judges to CEOs to working men and women. Everyone claims Tommy's as one of their favorite places for down-home eats. As the name suggests, country-cured ham is their specialty, but the biscuits are a special treat too. A great place for an early breakfast, Tommy's also serves all the meats and veggies your mom wants you to eat! (864-242-6099)

This Main Street staple is one of Greenville's favorites. The new-south cuisine includes such tempting entrees as New Orleans BBQ shrimp and grits, grilled smoked pork loin, and crab cake remoulade. The desserts are sumptuous, especially the banana cream pie. Soby's also offers a lively bar scene which attracts Greenville's after-business crowd with its extensive wine list and after dinner drink options. Very knowledgeable and friendly staff. (864-232-7007)

Frodo's Pizza
This hometown pizza parlor finds abundant favor with local folks, who rave about its Chicago-style pies. Occupying a former house, Frodo's is intimate and dim with a pub-like atmosphere. It's also pretty noisy, thanks to an open kitchen, video games, and the presence of many families, who camp out with little ones on an assortment of tables and booths. Pizzas come in four sizes, from 6 to 15 inches, and include the Southwest, the Mediterranean, the Five Veggie, the BBQ Chicken and the BLT. You can also spec your own. A salad bar helps balance the pizza diet, and chocolate chip pizzas take care of dessert needs. Since 1979. (864-232-1800)

Handi Indian Cuisine
Exposed brick walls, pendant lighting and white linen table cloths accent this tasteful dining room. The extensive menu offers everything from tandoori chicken tikka to goat in curry sauce to vegetarian dishes like eggplant bhartha. Authentic Indian breads baked in a Tandoori oven complement the meal, and the daily lunch buffet is a great value. (864-241-7999)

Spoonbread Restaurant
Soaring windows, honey-hued woodwork, and a palpable graciousness distinguish this appealing hotel restaurant, which finds popularity as a downtown breakfast and lunch place. In the morning, a buffet of good things draws hungry patrons, and at midday, light cafe fare is the selling point. The restaurant's evocative name recalls the cornmeal-based, casserole-like dish that is spooned out as a Southern classic. (864-421-9700)

Maps and Directions

Mutt's BBQ 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Barbecue, Local Specialty
Neighborhood: Greer
Cost: $
Tommy's Country Ham House 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Soul Food
Neighborhood: Downtown
Cost: $
Soby's 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Continental, Southern
Neighborhood: Downtown
Cost: $$
Frodo's Pizza 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, European, Italian, Pizza
Neighborhood: South Pleasantburg
Handi Indian Cuisine 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: Indian
Neighborhood: North Main
Cost: $
Spoonbread Restaurant 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American
Neighborhood: Downtown
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