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Grateful Brew

Perhaps the best dog friendly establishment in Greenville: lots of outdoor seating, dogs allowed inside, coffee, beer, and some of the best food trucks in Greenville. We are regulars here.

Grateful Brew

Grateful Brew is one of my favorite dog friendly establishments in Greenville. For not only do they have a lot of outdoor seating, but they are also dog friendly inside as well. Plus they serve coffee and craft beer. Match made in heaven.

Inside they have a good sized bar, several coolers with beer-to-go, and a small seating area with about 10ish tables. During the day I can usually find a seat inside, but on a busy weekend night I take what I can find (inside or out).

The staff is incredibly friendly and dog loving. They are always excited to see Ellie when we go. She has even scored a few dog treats when they’ve been less busy and she’s been especially good.

And the coffee and beer? Simply delicious. You can also grab some of your favorite beers to go.

The only downside is that they are closed on Sundays and Mondays. I have literally driven there on a Monday morning to get a coffee and work for a bit to realize they’re closed.

If you are there to work, be sure to ask for a WiFi slip when you order. You’ll need to sign on through their network (each slip is good for 2 hours).

DOG FRIENDLY STATUS
Dogs are allowed inside and outside. They have about 10ish tables inside (and then some bar seating). And about a dozen or so picnic tables outside plus a few small tables right by the front doors.

FOOD AVAILABILITY
They have a few pastries and small snacks (like chips). But the best part are the numerous food trucks that stop by. Check their food truck schedule for the line-up.

And if you’re not a fan of the options, walk over to The Pita House to grab some food and bring it back.

LOCATION
You can find them on S. Pleasantburg right near Greenville Tech.

HOURS
They are closed on Sundays & Mondays.
Tuesday through Friday: 8am-9pm
Saturday: 8am-7pm

Like what you see? Check out my guide on my other site:

The Local’s Guide To Greenville


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