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Sure, all the classic Southern meat-and-threes are are a must-try, but when the craving hits for Fettuccine Alfredo, Jerk Chicken, Pad Thai, or Carnitas with a side of Elote, you just can't say no—and in Spartanburg, you don't have to.

An international hub with international tastes.

With residents from more than 75 countries and more than 100 international businesses, our food options are just as delightfully diverse as our growing community. And while it’s certainly not difficult to find fresh, authentic flavors from around-the-world throughout Spartanburg County, it is hard to choose which one you want to try next!

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Acapulco Bakery

Flavors of the Mexican Riviera infused with California freshness


At Bangkok Cafe, we freshly prepare and cook your meal as you order to obtain the best quality.

Broncos Mexican Restaurant

Bright, casual eatery serving Mexican favorites, from nachos & quesadillas to fajitas & margaritas.

Capri’s Italian Restaurant

Mama Capri began making pizzas in her kitchen once a week for the “Yankees” at the base. Her workload became enormous. After World War II, “Cap” Capri remained in Greenville, and his family opened a log cabin restaurant on Augusta Road. Capri’s Restaurant propered and today, both “Yankees” and Carolinians can find an abundance of good Italian food at any of our three locations!

Deli Korner

The Deli Korner has served traditional German, Swiss, and American cuisine in Spartanburg, South Carolina, for more than 30 years.

Deli Korner at RJ Rockers

RJ Rockers is not only home to Spartanburg’s oldest craft brewery, but thanks to a new partnership, home to some incredible German and Austrian-style cuisine. In 2021, RJ Rockers announced a collaboration with The Deli Korner, a popular Spartanburg staple serving up German food for lunch and dinner. Appetizers including truly scrumptious pretzel bites, hand-cut fries and onion rings can be found on the menu along with Deli Korner favorites like the chef salad, Reuben sandwiches and schnitzel varieties. Local artists Jeremy Kemp and Stephen Long (part of the team behind the famous Love Where You Live mural downtown) painted Bavarian blue-and-white checkered flags on the inside and outside of the restaurant to celebrate the collaboration.