Make the otherwise ordinary midday a celebration of tastiness with fresh salads and soups, delicious sandwiches and Southern-inspired favorites.
Classic omelets and creative twists on favorites like Eggs Benedict, French toast. Some call it a Southern institution. We call it a weekend necessity.
With a wide array of domestic wines as well as a healthy selection from France, Italy, Germany and Spain this list is designed to complement our regional cuisine. Feeling adventurous? Check out the reserve list with its hand selected specialty bottles, large formats and back vintages. Enjoy!
By using our own Maverick Private Label Liquors, a line of the finest, cleanest and purist spirits available, we craft refreshing cocktails to please all tastes. Sip after sip you will enjoy the smoothest spirits around town with the most creative mixology.
Our High Steppin' Happy Hour is a great way to enjoy flavorful cocktails, a vast selection of wines, refreshing brews and tasty bites. Not limited to just one hour, our happiness is available 7 days a week from 4-6.30pm. Cheers with $3 Maverick Private Label liquors, $4 Maverick wine, $5 Maverick specialty cocktails and $3 Featured Beer of the Week! Happy Hour prices are available in the bar area only.
"All the food was amazingly fresh! The lunch portions were absolutely perfect, filling but you didn't feel sluggish afterward. The restaurant is stunning and the views are fantastic. All of the staff was exceedingly friendly."
"I would highly recommend High Cotton, I surprised my wife for our 29th anniversary. We went for brunch and were very pleased. The food was excellent, the staff was very attentive, and we didn't feel rushed at all. We will be back!"
"For the hottest high-end lunch deal in town, head to High Cotton, which offers daily lunch specials and a variety of gourmet desserts!"
Orlando Sentinel - Awarded as one of the Top 10 Diner's Choice Greenville Restaurants - NBC Affiliate WYFF
In 2001, Dr. David and Lisa Wortham bought a run-down gritsmill with some property in Pendleton, SC. The historic mill was originally built on the banks of the Six and Twenty Creek in 1784 by Mr. Isaac Timms. The mill was in continuous use until 1960. The Worthham’s decided to restore the mill rather than tear it down, and the restoration was completed in 2004. Now the 14 foot waterwheel is once again turning to power the original stones in the mill providing and grinding fresh grits and cornmeal for local restaurants and produce stands.
Dinner Nightly from 5:30pm
Lunch Monday - Saturday 11:30am - 2:30pm
Brunch Sunday 10am - 2pm
Reservations: (864) 335-4200
Location: 550 S. Main St. Greenville, SC 29601
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