Here are the 3 freshest new businesses to debut in Greenville

Itching to check out the newest restaurants to Greenville? From a pair of burger joints to a breakfast spot, see the newest businesses to open for business near you.


115 Pelham Road, Suite 1

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BurgerIM is a spot to score fast food burgers and more. 

This spot is part of a national chain with several locations across the country. The signature patties are three ounces each and come served in packs. Burger options include beef, turkey, salmon, chicken and more. You can mix and match your combos by building each slider to your liking. (Take a gander at the full menu here.)

With 4.5 stars out of 17 reviews on Yelp so far, the new arrival is receiving positive attention.  

Zachariah S., who reviewed it on Dec. 17, wrote, "I really like the concept. This is my second one I've been to. The wings are amazing and large. The burgers can be made anyway you like with an abundance of toppings to choose from. I really enjoy this place because you can have a variety with each slider." 

Tyree P. added, "Great little place if you're looking for a bite to eat. The burgers are a little bigger than sliders, but it's still enough to fill you up. They also have veggie options and the wings are great." 

Hungry? BurgerIM is open from 11 a.m.–10 p.m. Monday-Wednesday and Sunday, and 11 a.m.–11 p.m. Thursday-Saturday.

Bad Daddy's Burger Bar

1922 Augusta St., Suite 100

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Bad Daddy's Burger Bar is a new bar, offering burgers, salads and more.

Bad Daddy's Burger Bar is also part of a chain with several other outposts. Try the bison burger with truffle fries or onions rings. (Take a peek at the full list of offerings here.)

It's getting solid feedback so far, with 3.5 stars out of five reviews on Yelp.

Kong V., who was among the first to review it on Dec. 30, said, "Great service. Typical American burger joint. Best part is being able to build your own burger. It does get a little pricey though. Good environment for all ages and not too loud."

Tommy R. noted, "Burgers were good for a lunch stop. The menu offered plenty of options. Nice atmosphere. A little overpriced for the quality though."

Bad Daddy's Burger Bar is open from 11 a.m.–10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and Sunday, and 11 a.m.–11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Eggs Up Grill

225 S. Pleasantburg Drive, Unit D-10

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Eggs Up Grill is a new breakfast and brunch and traditional American spot, offering waffles and more.

The new arrival is part of a regional chain with several locations in the Southeast. Breakfast and lunch are served daily. You'll find traditional staples such as steak and eggs, omelettes and more on the menu

With a four-star rating from its initial review on Yelp, it's still early days for Eggs Up Grill.

Shawn B., who was the first to review it on Nov. 30, wrote, "Very clean with great service. I've been here multiple times. My latest experience was the turkey, bacon and ranch sandwich with an added over medium egg... Wow! I have no complaints about this place and would recommend this for anyone."

It's open from 6 a.m.–2 p.m. daily.