A favorite of visiting celebrities, McMillan Pazdan Smith’s Restaurant O offers a subtle elegance to a downtown steeped in Southern charm and modest Main Street architecture. As one of the city’s more upscale dining destinations, Restaurant O helped transform the world’s perception of Greenville from that of a small southern town to that of the emerging, world-class community that has lured international corporations to locate their North American Headquarters to the area.
Part of the Table 301 Restaurant Group, Restaurant O encompasses 6,000 SF on two levels and includes a 100-seat dining room below a modern loft-style lounge accessed by a glass stair and bounded by a glass and stainless steel guardrail. Guests are greeted by an angled glass water wall and lead to the Chef’s Raw Bar where a wall of light softly changes color in sequence with arcs of light in the concrete bar. Hints of old building materials are revealed in the terrazzo floor and at the upper loft-style lounge where old steel trusses were cut away to allow for construction of the new mezzanine.