Trying to find the best Steakhouses 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 Chophouse '47, and we highlight eateries with great user reviews, like Rick Erwin's West End Grille. We also help you find areas where Steakhouses are prominent - Haywood Road, 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.

City Range
Open since 1998, this contemporary steakhouse sports a rustic interior of wood and stone. Peppered with Native American accents, the dining room features a large fireplace and original artwork depicting historical scenes of Greenville. One of the house specialties is a top-choice porterhouse with blue-cheese pesto. A selection of other cuts will tempt any diner, along with salmon, lamb and trout. Pasta, pot pie, crab cakes and ribs make up the rest of the menu. For a casual atmosphere and hearty food, this place can't be beat. Popular bar, too. (864-286-9018)

Brick Street Café
This West End caf� has a reputation as a women's lunch spot, but it's a great destination for anyone who likes good food in a relaxing setting. Lunch offerings include chicken salad, tuna salad and a variety of soups. Fruit plates are popular and the selection of sandwiches will please any appetite. Best of all, their cakes and other sweets are sure to knock your socks off. Lunch entrees run $6-11. (864-421-0111)

Larkin's on the River
Known for aged steaks, fresh fish, and romantic ambience, Larkin's on the River is a staple for fine dining in Greenville. Subdued lighting and cozy tables perfectly complement a romantic evening, and Larkin's excellent staff are happy to help you make a selection from their impressive wine list. Head chef Alex Castro's specialties include she-crab soup, shrimp and grits, aged filet mignon, and Chilean sea bass. During the summer, Larkin's hosts Rhythm on the River, a weekly outdoor concert series that features oldies, swing, and beach music. (864-467-9777)

A blazing, river rock fireplace, wood paneling, and rustic accents give indication that Saskatoon's a different sort of restaurant -- and steakhouse. A Pacific Northwest flair colors the interior and the menu, which relies heavily on perfectly prepared game and fish dishes. Options change every few weeks, making the selection happily variable. Among the possibilities you'll encounter are ostrich filet, kangaroo steak, roasted duck and cedar plank salmon. Indecisive folks should try the chef's mixed grill, which offers three flavors on a single plate. Beef, chicken, veal and pork are available for patrons who aren't so adventurous. (864-297-7244)

Open Hearth
This restaurant has been around for decades, and it maintains its popularity by offering great quality, a relaxing environment and excellent service. The wide-open dining room has a fireplace as its central feature, as the name suggests. Not interested in trends, exotic fare or nouveau cuisine, they stick with the classics, and longstanding patrons appreciate it. Simple salads, thick steaks, big baked potatoes. Stick-to-your-ribs food. An institution. (864-244-2665)

Chophouse '47
Chophouse '47 hearkens back to the cozy, masculine eateries of the World War II era -- subdued lighting, hardwood floors, dark-stained tables and chairs, and the Chairman himself crooning in the background. Kick off your meal with rich oysters Rockefeller or shellfish bisque, then move on to more serious fare -- a delicious 14-oz New York strip, Tenderloin Towers wrapped in a giant onion ring, or a 38-oz Portherhouse for Two. Add to the mix a superb international wine list and a dessert menu that features fine cigars, and you've got the perfect place to entertain clients or celebrate a big event. (864-286-8700)

Rick Erwin's West End Grille
Attracting a professional crowd, this upscale enterprise grants fine dining and a great bar scene. The interior is a study of dark, polished woods, rich colors, textured brick, and wrought iron that's eminently gracious. Local art adds a vibrant touch. The menu's steaks are Certified Angus beef, and fresh seafood is delivered daily, confirming the quality of items like a NY strip, seared tuna, or lamb or veal chops. As a boon to diners, many entrees are available in two sizes, as are by-the-glass wines, which offer terrific value. Family-style side dishes like creamed spinach must be ordered separately, and experienced servers are a welcome amenity. (864-232-8999)

Peddler Steak House
Dim and atmospheric, this oft-frequented steakhouse is a landmark in the area. It's inevitably busy and you'll have trouble finding a parking place, but don't let these obstacles prevent you from obtaining one of the fabulous, grilled steaks. They're cut and prepared as you want them, and come with a trip to the well-stocked salad bar. Chicken, pork and seafood entrees will satisfy those friends who aren't in the mood for steak, but try to convince them otherwise. (864-235-7192)

Maps and Directions

City Range 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Haywood Road
Cost: $$
Brick Street Café 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Soul Food
Neighborhood: West End
Cost: $
Larkin's on the River 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Continental, Seafood, Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Downtown
Cost: $$$
Saskatoon 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Canadian, Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Haywood Road
Cost: $$
Open Hearth 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Taylors
Cost: $$
Chophouse '47 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Continental, Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Pelham Road
Cost: $$
Rick Erwin's West End Grille 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Steakhouse
Cost: $$
Peddler Steak House 10Best List Arrow
Cuisine: American, Steakhouse
Neighborhood: Cherrydale
Cost: $$
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