Seneca is a city in Oconee County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 8,102 at the 2010 census. It is the principal city of the Seneca Micropolitan Statistical Area (population 74,273 at the 2010 census), an (MSA) which includes all of Oconee County and which is further included in the greater Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson, South Carolina Combined Statistical Area (population 1,266,995 at the 2010 census).
Things to do in Seneca
4.5 based on 191 reviews
So I was looking forward to the brisket only to get there at 530 on a Friday and they are out already. Really? So I went with the dried ribs and was munching away on them at 6pm and overheard the waitress tell another customer they were now out of ribs too. Their management needs to get in gear! But overall the food was terrific. However if I was going to eat after 6pm on Friday and really wanted brisket or ribs I might have to go elsewhere unless they get better management skills.
4.5 based on 290 reviews
I accompanied my husband for a business visit and we joined the man and his wife for supper, by their recommendation, at Paesano. The waiter we had was so attentive we could have been the only table in the restaurant. He made excellent recommendations on...MoreWe are delighted you decided to join us for dinner. Its a great place to be! Hopefully, we will see you again soon.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Checked this place out for the first time and was there for breakfast on a Saturday morning. Place was pretty packed too at 7:15 a.m. The looks of the building will fool you, it looks more industrial to be honest, but is nice inside. Not usually a fan of a buffet, but for $7.75 (and that price included coffee!), it was hard to turn down. It was a good choice. Good scrambled eggs, bacon and sausages (three types to choose from), along with two types of gravy (one with chipped beef and one with sausage) and all the other good stuff too, including a good assortment of fruit. Excellent decision on my part to enjoy this buffet. Nice friendly folks serving too. I will be back and will try lunch here sometime soon too.
4 based on 321 reviews
Okay service at times can be a little slow. Some seats are better than others that is all I will say.
Food has always been great! Would like to see more variety on menu.
Atmosphere is great++
Have to suppor them would hate to see this returant leave the area!!
4.5 based on 190 reviews
Pizza was great, but the wait was so long. We were seated & we ordered right away. After an hour of sitting, we mentioned it to the server. She said that the kitchen was behind due to take-out orders. I watched as multiple people came in, placed their order in the back & walked out with it. If I had known that take-out takes priority, then I would have done that! It would be helpful to tell patrons that the wait is an hour. Pizza is worth a wait... but not that long!
4.5 based on 108 reviews
Gosh darn, I don't want anyone else to know about Sole! So jealous to share...last time (but not always) we could not get in, it was so full! Reservations are in order (yeah, it is Seneca!), but you could eat on the terrace or have a drink. Love the menu, good food, fine drinks, football on TV in season, and sushi (for those who love it--you can watch the masters make it fresh). Good service and atmosphere --but why am I telling YOU? Some secrets are too good to keep I guess.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Looks like a fast food place but don’t let that fool you! What a charming place! And the food was great! They have your Tex-Mex meals but try something from the “Authentic Mexican” menu! I️ tried the Carnita Burrito that was Huge! My husband had a combo plate that was great. His Beef Burrito was stuffed full of meat. They don’t skimp on the meat like a lot of places. They even have a salsa bar! It’s definitely a place we’ll eat at again!
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Fresh creative fair that is unique and utilizes fresh, local, and organic foods. We also include gluten free options.
Finally!!! After trying all the areas fine-dining places in Clemson, Pickens & Seneca, and coming away disappointed, we finally found a little gem on Ram Cat Alley that truly delivers easily tops them all.
Vangeli's is very small (much larger expansion is in the cards in 2018) but delivers big with the food that was both interesting and very tasty. Something for everyone. Very impressed!
Ambiance is understated, but they do a great job with a very small place.
Our waitress, Emily, was sweet & charming to go with her professionalism. She was a breath of fresh air as she truly seemed both happy and proud to be working here. We will ask for her every time we dine here.
They serve only beer & wine for right now (spirits coming with the expansion) and there is no bar presently (also coming). But the wine lists are both well rounded and well priced. You won't have a problem finding one that suits your taste.
I can't tell you how enjoyable it was to finally find a place that we will be proud to bring all our visiting guests in the future.
Bravo Vangeli's! I highly recommend you make reservations as soon as possible to try this fabulous little restaurant. We'll definitely be back!
4 based on 93 reviews
Average pub food and spotty service. Good for a quick bite but would like a bigger menu. A steak would be a nice option
3.5 based on 209 reviews
Out of town by myself so I stop in for a solo bite and a beer before going to hotel to sleep. Walked in and hardly noticed. Uninterested hostess directs me to bar, I asked. After flagging down bartender I order a draft and place order for burger. After I got my food, which was OK I guess I might as well been invisible. He never came back instead gossiping or flirting with other staff. Food wasn't good enough to put up with this. Management must be clueless to allow this
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