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3620 Pelham Road, Greenville, SC

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(864) 297-6000 / Reservations

3620 Pelham Road, Greenville, SC

A Destination

Bacon Bros. Public House features a straightforward, made-from-scratch menu. The acclaimed East Greenville restaurant offers delicious, quality food at an incredible value. A cure room with a viewing window is located in an area of the dining room so guests can see what Chef Anthony Gray is curing. The decor is warm and rustic with recycled pallet wood throughout the dining room, a nice compliment to Chef Gray’s accessible fare and is fitting with the restaurant’s recycled, local first theme. Simply put, Bacon Bros. Public House is a best bet for a fun, relaxed dining experience with friends and family and to meet pals after work for small bites. The restaurant also offers a great selection of craft beers, cocktails and dynamic wine options. 

Live Music

Our secluded back deck is the place to hear some of Greenville's local musical talent.  We offer music every Thursday starting at 6:30. Learn more

Beverages

An impressive selection of cocktails, fine whiskeys and bourbons to regional craft beers is just the start. View our bar menu.

House-Cured

After all "bacon" isn't our middle name, it's our first name. A cure room of local delights displays all the meaty goodness that's waiting for you.

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Dine on the Swine Divine


Visit the meat mecca that is Bacon Bros Public House.

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Dine on the Swine Divine


Visit the meat mecca that is Bacon Bros Public House.

Bacon Bros. Public House opened in May 2013, and locals have already declared it one of Greenville's best restaurants. Executive Chef Anthony Gray leads the kitchen at this meat mecca, while the dining room is the stomping ground for General Manager and Beverage Director Jason Callaway. The chef-driven, seasonally-focused menu changes often and features familiar twists on comforting favorites and spotlights the beautiful abundance of local produce. Callaway, also inspired by the nearby bounty, approaches his cocktail list the same way Chef Gray creates his menu – fresh, seasonal ingredients determine the libations with inspiration from classic Prohibition-Era cocktails. His Unbeetable Sidecar appears on the menu in autumn, and Callaway’s house-made Limoncello is a favorite in warmer months. 

While the Southern standards are covered, Chef Gray's urbanized approach ups the ante. Guests are not just visiting a restaurant with "bacon" in the name, they’re visiting one that cures, smokes – with South Carolina peach wood – and dry-ages all of their meats in-house. The menu is also loaded with fun, whimsical "snacks" and foods that take us back to childhood. Try the sticky Bacon Caramel Popcorn, the All American Frank or Chef Gray’s version of a Pastrami on Rye the B.E.T. And don't forget to save room for dessert. Just like the rest of the menu, dessert offerings change seasonally and guests are sure to find something to satisfy even the most discerning sweet tooth.

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The Bacon Bros. Team


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The Bacon Bros. Team


The Bacon Brothers

Serial entrepreneurs Eric Bergelson and Mike Porter, along with Chef Anthony Gray and Jason Callaway, are the Bacon Brothers. Porter and Bergelson decided to branch into the restaurant business and teamed-up with Gray and Callaway in 2012. In one of their early meetings, Callaway brought bacon he had fried that morning at home and transported it in a mason jar that he placed in the center of the table where they were gathered. The four men started snacking and talking about their love of bacon. As the pieces quickly disappeared, they realized they had a concept and name for their new restaurant. Learn more about the Bacon Brothers here

Anthony Gray

EXECUTIVE CHEF

Chef Gray knows how the land connects to food, and how food connects people. He spent an outdoorsy, idyllic childhood in Macon, Georgia, fishing and hunting with his father and absorbing a general familial emphasis on cooking and sharing food. And it’s this love of the land—and personal understanding of where food comes from—that Gray brings to his role as executive chef at Bacon Bros. Public House in Greenville, S.C.  Read More...

Jason Callaway

GENERAL MANAGER & BEVERAGE DIRECTOR

Callaway, a Georgia native who grew up in Jupiter, FL., began his culinary career in Palm Beach as a young teenager and worked his way up from dishwasher to certified sommelier. His knowledge of wine is obvious when reading the small but well curated wine list at Bacon Bros. Public House. Callaway met Gray when they both worked at High Cotton in Greenville, and they were glad to be reunited when the opportunity from Bergelson and Porter presented itself.  Read More...