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Eight places in Downtown Spartanburg to enjoy 2013's last outside lunch

Tuesday, October 29

Quiet your grumbling stomach while enjoying some great fall weather

 

After our first real cold snap of the season, the forcast for the next couple of days has sunny skies and warm weather for the waning days of October in Spartanburg. As autumnal colors abound, and brisk mornings give way to invitingly warm afternoons, stomachs get grumbly and lungs long for fresh air. Sure, you could have yet another sandwich at your desk, but while the weather holds out, why not take advantage of it one last time with a nice outdoor lunch?  

 

Convinced yet? Great! Allow us to suggest a few great Downtown options for satiating that appetite while enjoying this great fall weather.

 

Cribbs Kitchen

Cribbs Kitchen

Serving up burgers, sandwiches, salads, wraps, and plenty of other great lunchtime fare, Cribbs Kitchen is a great lunch option to in the Grain District (click here for a map).

 

Wild Ace Pizza & Pub

Wild Ace Pizza & Pub

Virtually standing in Daniel Morgan's shadow, Wild Ace Pizza & Pub serves up pizza, pasta, salad, sandwiches and more in its spacious outdoor patio (click here for a map).

 

Monsoon Noodle House

Monsoon Noodle House

In the mood for some great Asian fusion cuisine in the heart of Morgan Square? Grab one of the coveted lunchtime outdoor tables at Monsoon Noodle House (click here for a map).

 

Wild Wing Cafe

Wild Wing Cafe

Wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads, and a great covered patio make Wild Wing Cafe a great lunch option (click here for a map).

 

Hub Diggity Dogs

Hub Diggity Dogs

With gourmet hot dogs, bratwurst, sandwiches, and lobster rolls on Friday and Saturday, Hub Diggity Dogs is a hidden gem on Dunbar Street (click here for a map).

 

Groucho's Deli

Grocho's Deli

Offering a full range of salads and sandwiches, Groucho's Deli is located right in the heart of downtown on the corner of Church and Main streets (click here for a map).

 

Brickhouse Pizza

Brickhouse Pizza

With a covered, heated patio, enjoying the pizzas and other great menu options at Brickhouse is truly a year-round proposition (click here for a map).

 

Downtown Pocket Park

Downtown Pocket Park

So you decided to brown-bag it for lunch, but still want to get outside? You're in luck, because tucked away in a once-forgotten alleyway on West Main Street, we've got a pocket park that's absolutely perfect for lunching in the open air. And with Cakehead Bakeshop and Little River Coffee Bar right next door, coffee and dessert are already taken care of (click here for a map).

 

There you have it, our suggestions for taking in that noontime meal with a little sunshine and fresh air while you still can. Got another suggestion for open-air outdoor meals? Leave a comment below, and let us know!