noun | an·chor·age | \ˈaŋ-k(ə-)rij\
: something that provides a strong hold or connection
Located in the heart of the Village of West Greenville, The Anchorage is a casual neighborhood restaurant focused on serving our local community thoughtfully prepared small plates, craft cocktails & beer, and sustainable wine.
Our goal is to provide a meeting place perfect for anything from a special occasion to a quick dinner before heading home. Our menu is eclectic but with a clear focus on showcasing simple ingredients sourced both locally and from around the region.
Our hope is that by working hand in hand with our producers, artisans, and local craftsmen we can offer a unique dining experience with a few surprises and a genuine sense of hospitality. In 2018 The James Beard Foundation recognized the restaurant as a Semi-Finalist for Best New Restaurant. The Anchorage was also a Semi-FInalist Nominee from The World Restaurant Awards for their “No Reservations Required” category.
We hope to see you for dinner soon at The Anchorage!
The Village of West Greenville
586 Perry Avenue
Greenville, SC 29611
The Anchorage is now accepting reservations using RESY for all services including brunch. Parties over 6 persons will be required to participate in our Tasting Table, a five course menu priced at $55 per person..
We will be holding a percentage of each night’s tables as well as our entire bar for walk-ins. The slots will be on a first come first serve basis until full at which point a waitlist will be operated using our RESY platform. To be added to the waitlist please call the restaurant at 864-219-3082.
Parties larger than 8 people can inquire about booking by calling or emailing the restaurant at 864-219-3082 or email@example.com
The Anchorage is proud to support Horseshoe Farm, a unique partnership between Grower and Chef. In working hand in hand to supply as much as possible to our restaurant, we both benefit from the relationship and feedback from our counterparts in the kitchen and on the farm. Our Hope is that this unique perspective will allow for more diverse and delicious produce in our local area.
Nestled on a pristine 21 Acre Plot minutes from Downtown Travelers Rest Our Farm is surrounded by natural water sources, biodiversity, and unscathed woodland. While we are an operating production farm the goal is to protect the natural balance of the surrounding land. Using organic practices and embracing modern techniques we aim to work hand in hand with nature to ensure our farmland is healthy.
Our Fall Share is now available for purchase. The fall season will run from August 21st - October 23rd. Sign up here
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I park?
The Village of West Greenville has plenty of free parking to choose from. If no spaces are available on Pendleton Street there are two parking lots available that are free. Both are located on Branwood Street behind the restaurant. On the corner of Branwood and Perry we have our own lot that is available after 5pm and is marked. Right next door is a first come first serve city of Greenville City Lot.
To access the parking on Branwood street you’ll turn on Irvine and take a left when the road intersects with Perry Avenue. Our lot is before the two way stop (The lot with the painted Gear Building). For the city lot take a left and the lot is on your left behind Indigo Flow and Neo Burrito.
What’s the Corkage fee?
We encourage our guests to choose from our curated wine list but understand if one finds the need to bring something special from home. Our corkage fee is $20 per bottle with a maximum of (2) bottles per table.
I have dietary issues, can you accommodate?
We are always happy to accommodate to the best of our ability if guests have dietary restrictions. If you have extreme allergies or restrictions we encourage you to email us before you dine to ensure we can put the necessary care into preparing your food. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For groups over 8 people please email email@example.com with inquiries. We offer a number of packages including closed dates (Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday Evenings), half and full buyouts and larger tasting tables.
Do you sell gift cards?
Yes, we can sell gift cards in any amount. To order either come by the restaurant between the hours of 1 and 4pm or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org as we are able to mail gift cards.
August 16th, 2019 New York Times Five Places to Visit in Greenville, SC
July 1st, 2019 SC Living Farm Fresh Flavor
June 2019 Dujour The Weekender: Greenville, SC
April 3rd, 2019 Bloomberg The Most Luxurious (and Delicious) Road Trips to Take This Season
January 17th, 2019 Greenville Journal The Anchorage Named to Inaugural World Restaurant Awards Longlist
January 15th, 2019 INSIDER The 18 Best Restaurants in the World Where You Don't Need a Reservation
December 20th, 2018 Citizen Times Five Asheville Chefs Reveal The Best Thing They Ate This Year
October 10th, 2018 Greenville News Anchorage Chef and a Landscaper Start a Farm in a New Approach to Local Food in Greenville
October 2018 Matador Network The 25 Coolest Towns in America
October 2018 New Worlder Eating Upcountry
July 28th, 2018 New York Times A Greenville, S.C., Restaurant Celebrating Upcountry Bounty
June 2018 Talk Magazine Droppin' Anchor
June 2018 TOWN Magazine The Hands That Feed Us
May 30th, 2018 People Magazine Best Foodie Cities in America
May 9th, 2018 GVL TODAY The Ultimate Guide to Downtown Greenville
May 2018 Garden & Gun Magazine Southern Soul, Local Flavors
February 15th, 2018 The 2018 James Beard Award SemiFinalists
February 9th, 2018 Zagat Why Greenville, South Carolina Is the South’s Newest Culinary Darling
December 7th, 2017 Food Network Southern and Savory: The Best Things To Eat in Greenville, SC
November 15th, 2017 Edible Upcountry Studio - to - Table
November 3rd, 2017 VOGUE Where to Find the Best Food & Drink in Greenville, SC
October 20th, 2017 Conde Nast Traveler Where to Eat & Drink in Greenville, SC
October 2017, TOWN Magazine Little Italy
September 27th, 2017 Bon Appetit 5 Great Restaurants, Coffee Shops & Breweries in Greenville, SC
September 27th, 2017 Eater The 11 Hottest NEw Restaurants in Greenville, SC
September 18th, 2017 USA TODAY Five Underrated Food Cities in the South
September 18th, 2017 Garden & Gun Five Surprising Southern Food Cities
August 26th, 2017 The Travel Bite 7 Reasons Foodies Need to Visit Greenville Now
August 25th, 2017 The Local Palate Snapshot: Greenville, SC
July 27th, 2017 Paste Magazine Best Bites
April 5th, 2017 Off The Grid Greenville The Anchorage Bar
April, 2017 SouthPark Magazine Going Green
April, 2017 Travel & Leisure The Heart and Soul of Greenville
March 14th, 2017 Tasting Table Greenville, SC Best Restaurants
March 13th, 2017 USA Today 10 Best Restaurants in Greenville
March 13th, 2017 Tasting Table 15 Chefs To Watch in 2017
March 6th, 2017 The Huffington Post 9 Reasons to Visit Greenville, SC in 2017
March, 2017 The Local Palate Openings Around The South
February 10th, 2017 Rooftop Tales A Sampling At The Anchorage
January 31st, 2017 The Upstate Foodie The Anchorage
January 23rd, 2017 Plate Greg McPhee Goes Big With Small Plates
January 20th, 2017 Greenville Journal From Empty Storefront to Stunning Restaurant
January 19th, 2017 Independent Mail The Anchorage Opens in Greenville
January 18th, 2017 Scene on 7 The Anchorage Brings Fresh, Vibrant Flavor to Village of West Greenville
January 17th, 2017 WYFF4 New restaurant adds to the West End of Greenville’s growth
January 17th, 2017 Greenville News The Anchorage is changing Greenville's food culture.
January 11th, 2017 Eater Charleston Husk Alum Opens The Anchorage in Greenville
January 11th, 2017 Country Living 26 Under-the-Radar Southern Cities for Girlfriend Getaways
January 6th, 2017 Greenville Jouranl The Anchorage Will Open To The Public January 17th
January 6th, 2017 Greenville News The Anchorage Will Open January 17th
December 26th, 2016 Greenville Journal 2017's Most Highly Anticipated Restaurants
December 2016, TOWN Magazine It Takes A Village
September 15th, 2016 Departures Magazine Destination on the Rise: Greenville, SC
August 24th, 2016 Greenville Journal Anchorage's Greg McPhee teases his menu
June 15th, 2016 Greenville News As downtown prices rise, independent restaurant owners look at options.
June 3rd, 2016: Greenville News Restaurant 17 Chef, Community Tap Owners Partner on new Village Restaurant
June 3rd, 2016: Upstate Business Journal The Anchorage Restaurant Coming to The Village of West Greenville
Below is a list of our upcoming events and holiday hours. Follow us on social media or sign up for our emails for more information and to be notified when tickets go on sale.
Tuesday September 17th Wine Dinner with Mission Grape Company.
Join us for a very special dinner with winemaker Roberto Ijalba of Bodegas Santalba on Tuesday September 17th. The dinner will begin at 6:30 and includes five paired courses. Tickets are $95++, limited seating available. Please call us at the restaurant or email email@example.com to reserve.
Friday September 20th Euphoria “Old Stories & A New Menu” at Jianna. Tickets Available Here
Thursday October 24th Campfire Social at Greenbrier Farms Tickets Available Here
Tuesday October 29th Wine Dinner with McCarus Beverage Company. Details TBD
Thursday October 31st RESTAURANT CLOSED FOR HALLOWEEN
Thursday November 28th RESTAURANT CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING
Thursday December 5th 4th Annual Oyster Roast with Upcountry Provisions. Tickets Available Soon.
Tuesday December 24th - Thursday December 26th RESTAURANT CLOSED FOR CHRISTMAS BREAK
Tuesday December 31st New Years Eve Dinner. Reservations will be released 30 days prior. Details will be announced in November
Parking is available on Pendleton Street, the City Parking Lot between Branwood and Perry Avenue and at our lot located right behind the plaza in front of the restaurant. We ask that our guests be respectful of private parking lots around our area as not to adversely effect our neighbors.
If coming from Downtown: When coming down Pendleton Street turn right on Irvine Street Before hitting the main strip. Take a quick left on Branwood or Perry (Once the Road Ends). Our parking lot is the gravel area around 575 Perry Avenue which is the home painted with Bicycle gears. The City Parking Lot next door is first come first serve (That lot is 2 Hour 8-5 M-Friday).
If coming from White Horse Road: When coming down Pendleton Street turn left on Irvine Street after Pace Jewelers but before the Greenville Plaza. Take a quick left on Branwood or Perry (Once the Road Ends). Our parking lot is the gravel area around 575 Perry Avenue which is the home painted with Bicycle gears. The City Parking Lot next door is first come first serve (That lot is 2 Hour 8-5 M-Friday).