Newberry is one of the South Carolina Upcountry's oldest and most historic cities. Its downtown historic district is the center of the community and partnerships many visitors attending festivals, concerts, and other events. Visitors to Newberry will be pleased to find a number of excellent dining options available to them. Here are some of the most popular.
Delamater's is located on Boyce Street, just three doors down from the Newberry Opera House. It occupations an historical building that once housed the Bank of Newberry. Delamater's just celebrated their 10th anniversary, and they won the Newberry Observer's Reader's Choice Award in 2008 and 2009 for Best Fine Dining. They specialize in American cuisine with a European flair and offer daily lunch and dinner specials. Delamater's offers an interesting choice of appetizers including Maryland crab dip and goat cheese fondue. Dinner entrees include Chilean sea bass, shrimp and grits, and filet mignon. The lunch menu offers sandwiches, burgers, and salads. A children's menu is available.
Steven W's Downtown Bistro is located in an historic building on Main Street, across the street from the Opera House. Owner and Chef Steve Foulis, who opened the restaurant in 1996, has over 40 years experience in successful restaurants in Atlanta, Savannah, Charleston, and Columbia. The restaurant's signature entrees include grilled marinated pork porterhouse and pecan crusted chicken with blackberry sauce. Homemade dessert selections vary nightly. Steven W's Downtown Bistro has been featured in Southern Living Magazine.
Cabana Restaurant and Storm Cellar Wine and Cigar Bar, also established in 1996, is located downtown on Boyce Street. The main dining room serves steaks, fresh seafood, and homemade soups and desserts. The Storm Cellar is a full service bar located benefit the restaurant. They offer an extensive selection of wines, liquors, beers, and cigars. There is also a large screen TV for watching sporting events.
Visitors looking for casual dining options may enjoy The Grill on Main for lunch or dinner. They offer burgers, catfish, and steaks in a relaxed atmosphere within walking distance of downtown shops. The Flying Pie, also located on Main Street, has a selection of Italian food including pizza, Panini, and pasta entrees. The Palms Bar and Grill, located on Wilson Road offers steaks and seafood in a casual setting. They have a full service bar with three large screen TVs. There is also outdoor patio seating. The Palms is closed on Sundays.
Visitors to Newberry may enjoy one of these fine restaurants. Whether in town for an event at Newberry College or a concert at the Newberry Opera House, be sure to dine at one of these local favorites.