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Best American Restaurants in Greenville

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Capers & Lemons
Capers & Lemons
(319)
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Italian | Greenville, Delaware

Food was excellent, nice evening on the patio, friendly and attentive server. More

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Cromwell's American Tavern and Taqueria
Cromwell's American Tavern and Taqueria
(104)
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American | Greenville, Delaware

Our waitress was awesome! Food was good. Worked perfectly for our group! More

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BBC Tavern & Grill
BBC Tavern & Grill
(20)
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American | Greenville, Delaware

Food was very good, service was excellent. Very enjoyable experience. We will be back! More

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Discover Greenville

Located in the lush Brandywine Valley, the idyllic town of Greenville is a breath of fresh air. Take in the view from the outdoor patio of a café with fresh baked pastries for breakfast. Shrimp and grits are the usual fare for lunch, but if you're craving something more tropical, try a mahi mahi sandwich. Despite its small size, the city's dining options also offer a more urban flavor. The quaint colonial style pubs and taverns double as steakhouses with modern menu items like a sandalwood cartouche. Even the pizzeria experiments with food fusions. Start with a cheesesteak spring roll appetizer, and then make a pizza to remember with ingredients like fig jam and curried pecans.

Discover Greenville

Located in the lush Brandywine Valley, the idyllic town of Greenville is a breath of fresh air. Take in the view from the outdoor patio of a café with fresh baked pastries for breakfast. Shrimp and grits are the usual fare for lunch, but if you're craving something more tropical, try a mahi mahi sandwich. Despite its small size, the city's dining options also offer a more urban flavor. The quaint colonial style pubs and taverns double as steakhouses with modern menu items like a sandalwood cartouche. Even the pizzeria experiments with food fusions. Start with a cheesesteak spring roll appetizer, and then make a pizza to remember with ingredients like fig jam and curried pecans.