"If you are visitng Greenville and would like to experience true southern cuisine and relaxed down home atmosphere, OJ's is the placed for you. The business is family owned and operated. The food is always hot, fresh, with wide varities daily. You must try the sweet potato cobbler for dessert. The fare is reasonably priced. A tell-tale sign that the food is good is that there is always a line, the parking lot is full, and there is always a variety of patrons-from businessness professionals, healhcare workers, and good ole commonfolk ."
CNN gave the world a brief glimpse of one of Greenville's food treasures when John Edwards made a stop at OJ's Diner during his 2007 political campaign. This Pendleton Street meat and three serves up some of the most distinctive homestyle cookery this side of your grandmother's kitchen, and they do it with a brand of Southern-spun hospitality you just don't find much anymore. Rumor has it that this is the best fried chicken in town, and staples like sweet tea and collards are done to perfection. Stop by at breakfast for a scrambled salmon patty on a biscuit — Greenville's version of a bagel with lox!
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