Tablefields restaurant in Greenville, South Carolina boasts “great food, local roots.”
We have family in North Carolina that we like to visit as often as we can. It is a 10-hour drive (12 with the kids), so we can get there in one day. We’ve done this road trip a few times now, and even though we still try new places, we do have our favorite stops along the way.
Tablefields is one of our must-stops for food. We typically hit Greenville, SC during dinner time on our way to North Carolina. If we have a later start on the way home, then we also stop here for lunch on the way back.
From fresh-cut salads, to handmade sandwiches, burgers and artisan pizzas, Tablefields offers a wide variety of farm to table entrees.
It is situated on the very busy and popular Woodruff Road, so plan for a little bit of traffic. BUT, let me tell you a few things that make the traffic worth it:
– Tablefields uses local ingredients, highlighting farm-to-table dishes.
– Tablefields makes your meal to order, so it’s fresh!
– Tablefields also offers a grab-n-go option, for when you’re in a hurry.
– Tablefields is committed to helping their community.
– Tablefields is directly across the street from a Trader Joe’s. <score!>
I wish we lived near Tablefields so I could try more of their menu items, but everything I’ve ordered from there so far has been down right amazing. A favorite is The “Bleat” Sandwich (Bacon, Lettuce, Egg, Avocado, Tomato) pictured above, and includes pecan-smoked bacon (yum!), lettuce, a fried egg, avocado, vine-ripened tomatoes and a garlic aoili (oh my!) on freshly-baked wheat bread. Seriously the best BLT variation I’ve had!
It’s hard to not order The Bleat Sandwich every visit, but I wanted to make sure I got to sample other dishes. So I also tried their Black Eyed Pea Cakes that are topped with chunky guacamole and bruschetta. Definitely something I want to try to recreate at home!
Judah’s grilled cheese sandwich (first visit) and PB&J (second visit) from the kids’ menu were also good! Better and healthier than your typical kids’ meals, too!
Now, aside from the regular fountain and other bottled drinks they offer, check out the variety of tea, water and lemonade! I love that it feels like you’re in someone’s home for a little party with the way these drinks are served.
We always look forward to this part of our trip. It actually helps the long day go by a little bit faster, because we know that a great dinner is just in the near distance. Plus, who doesn’t love dining with that sweet face sitting across from you??
If you are in the Greenville, South Carolina area, check out Tablefields for an affordable fresh local meal.
(This is not a paid promotion. The owners of Tablefields don’t even even know about me. I just enjoy sharing the restaurants I love and hope you like reading about them!)