After a day of travel or workshops, the last thing you want to worry about is where to eat!?! So those of us here at ECU have compiled a list of eateries that might tickle your fancy.

Here is a printable map of just some of the nearby greenville attractions 2014_First_Friday_Brochure_INSIDE-grey-1

For those of you with limited access to a car there many great options within walking distance in the heart of Uptown Greenville.

-The Scullery: If you needed another hit of caffeine along with a sandwich or scoop of homemade ice cream this is the spot for you. Open Friday and Saturday, located on the corner of 5th St. and Evans.

-Thai 360: If you’re in the mood for pad thai or maybe something more adventurous this is a great spot for lunch or dinner. Located on the corner of Evans and 6th St.

-Peasant’s Pub: Self proclaimed provider of modern southern cooking this is a great place to grab and bite and a beer while listening to local music. Open from 11am – 2am everyday and the home of this year’s after party is located on 5th St. between Cotanche and Evans.

-Starlight Café: A local favorite for fine cuisine and delicious cocktails, but be prepared to pay a little more.  Open from 11:30am- 10pm Fridays and Saturdays, 11am-2pm Sundays. Located on the corner of 5th St. and Evans (across the street from The Scullery).

-Winslow’s Tavern, Market & Deli: In addition to a wide selection of beers on tap Winslow’s offers a selection of burgers and sandwiches. Open for lunch and dinner every day. Located on the corner of 5th street and Washington St. (just past Starlight Café).

Christy’s Euro Pub: Unofficial bar of the art building, this dive bar provides tasty cheap eats including daily $5 specials and even cheaper drinks. Located within the grid on the corner of Jenkins and 3rd St., always open.

Quick Bites:

-Sup Dogs: Hot dogs, mysterious sup dog sauce and cheep beer. 5th St.

-Pita Pit: Anything you could want wrapped up in a pita.  5th St.

Driving required, but worth the extra effort:

-EC Pho: This Vietnamese restaurant is tucked away in a strip mall, but its pho will leave you craving more. Open every day from 11-9:30. Located at 703 Greenville Blvd SE, Greenville, NC 27858 (a 5min drive from campus).

-El Azador Mexican Restaurant: The best (most authentic) Mexican food in all of Greenville is sqeezed into a tiny roadside trailer. Open every day 10-7:00. Located just across the Tar River at 1200 N Greene St, Greenville, NC 27834. (a 5min drive from campus)

-Tokyo Japanese Restaurant: The best sushi in town hands down. Open for lunch and dinner, but closes between 3pm- 4:30pm every day. Located at 3525 S Memorial Dr, Greenville, NC 27834 (10min drive from campus).

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