The Hungry Wanderers

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Trio in Greenville

Posted by Amanda @ The Hungry Wanderers on August 9, 2009

As soon as I arrived in Greenville, I announced that was famished so we headed out into the town to find something to eat.  A few blocks later, we came across Trio, checked out their menu, and liked what we saw.


Trio’s a cute corner cafe with lots of windows making it a great people-watching location while you eat.  There was a good number of outdoor tables, but being pretty hot and humid that day, we decided to sit inside with the A/C!



We were happy to find a decently sized beer list and each ordered one to start off our mini vaca 🙂


The Husband had the RJ Rockers Light Rock (left) while I had the Oxford Raspberry (center and right).  Both were very good!  Mine was light and refreshing with just the right amount of raspberry 🙂


While waiting for our entrees, we received warm bread and cheese and oil.


The Husband ordered a Buffalo Chicken Sandwich with a side of Tomato Basil Soup.


As soon as I saw the outdoor menu, I knew exactly what I wanted – a Chicken, Broccoli, and Cheddar Calzone.  (That’s marinara on the side.  Do any of you ever use all of the sauce?? It was the size of a cup of soup!)



Overall, we found the food satisfying but not great.  However, our service was wonderful! The waitress was a sweetheart, knowledgeable, and attentive.  If we were to go to Greenville regularly, we’d like visit Trio again to try some of their other options.

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One Response to “Trio in Greenville”

  1. Stacy said

    I love a good tomato basil soup.

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