How’s a picnic in Greenville, SC? Summer means eating out, and eating out is like having a picnic. We’ve rounded up 10 of the best options for picking up picnic supplies in Greenville, SC. These places will provide you with things to eat and drink, whether your picnic is by the lake, by the pool, or in the park.
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Here’s where you can buy some delicious food for your picnic in Greenville, SC.
* Menu prices are subject to change without notice.
Fork and Plow
the Fork & Plow Wednesday Night Fried Chicken Family Meal makes the perfect picnic meal.
Juicy hand-breaded fried chicken, cabbage, and gooey mac and cheese, this meal makes a delicious meal to enjoy on a weekday picnic.
$ 28 | Family fried chicken meal for 3-4 people with collard greens, macaroni and cheese and rolls
Local restaurateur turned deli supplier Chad Gangwer can create the perfect box of picnic supplies for your family! Whether you are looking for a meal or something to enjoy with a bottle of wine on an overnight picnic, Chadcuterie can help. The Mezza Tray is the perfect box whether you want to pair it with something else or enjoy it on your own.
$ 40 | The Mezza platter includes salami from Genoa, capicola, mozzarella, feta, manchego, olives, cucumber and tomato salad, local raw vegetables, EVOO, pita bread and rocket
White Wine & Butter
Spice up your picnic with the Cajun flavor of this caterer from Greer. White Wine & Butter will soon be occupying the Cartright Food Hall on Trade Street, but until that happens, you can contact them for custom menu items like jambalaya and donuts.
The cooks station
You can find everything you could possibly need for the perfect picnic at The cooks station. Wine, cheese, bread, salads, literally whatever you want. If your picnic needs sandwiches, Monte Cristo will elevate your picnic beyond PB&J status. Accompanied by a side salad and sparkling drinks, the people of the park will be jealous.
$ 7.99 per person + $ 5 | Monte Cristo sandwiches and medium container of potato salad
The barbecue is the perfect picnic meal. If you haven’t had Bobby’s BBQ yet, you should plan a picnic just as an excuse! Bobby’s BBQ family meal is a good deal, and paired with sweet tea; you will be in picnic paradise!
$ 25 | Family BBQ meal includes one pound of pulled pork, (4) sandwich buns, one pint each of (2) different sides
Oak Hill Café
James Beard nominated Oak Hill Café offers small plates and tapas that make great picnic items. Because they source local ingredients available in season, their menu changes regularly.
$ 6 – $ 22 | Take-out options for small and shared platters
If you are looking for a meatless picnic option, Kuka Juice has delicious sandwiches and salads ideal for eating while enjoying the outdoors. the You choose two sandwich and salad meals allows everyone to choose what they want and enjoy two different things.
$ 12 per person | ½ Sandwich & ½ Salad
(We recommend the All Kale Caesar Salad and the Pendleton Panini)
If you are looking to have a more exotic style picnic, Tru Broth in the travelers’ rest has one of my favorite things in the world to eat, and it turns out it’s perfect for alfresco dining. Grab a Thai iced coffee, a spring roll, and the cold noodle salad and you’ll be good to go.
$ 11 per person | Spring noodle salad with rice noodles, chicken, leafy greens, bean sprouts and citrus sauce.
Jersey Brothers Bagels
Enjoy brunch on a picnic blanket in the park! Take bagels with a schmear (it’s cream cheese) from Jersey Bagel Brothers, and go enjoy the afternoon.
$ 3.29 per person | Flavored Cream Cheese Bagel
Methodical coffee / cooking room
Head toward The cities and grab some coffee and sandwiches to enjoy it. The Bake Room offers freshly baked croissants with ham and cheese, and you can grab a soda or artisanal coffee from Methodical. You will likely walk away with more than sandwiches, once the smell of the bread hits your senses!
$ 4.50 / $ 5.50 | Ham & Cheese Croissant / Signature Soda