American Grocery Restaurant

AGR sources seasonal products from local & regional farms & artisan producers within the United States. We use sustainable seafood & natural, hormone & antibiotic free meats & proteins.

Our menu is constantly changing from season-to-season and with special events, below you can see an example of the types of items we like to serve here at AGR. We ask that you join us for drinks and dinner to experience our latest menu.

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The American Cocktail

50 Recipes That Celebrate the Craft of Mixing Drinks From Coast to Coast

A Book by Imbibe Magazine

                 

Featuring The Cocktail:

                   

Pig on the Porch

                                   

By Darlene and Joe Clarke, of American Grocery, Greenville, South Carolina.

                 

The American Cocktail comes to us from the editors of Imbibe Magazine, and it often combines the unpretentiousness of See Mix Drink, the swank adventurism of PDT, and the photographic beauty of Bitters. Subtitled 50 Recipes That Celebrate the Craft of Mixing Drinks From Coast to Coast,    it gathers a "St. Louis Southside" and a "Boston Bog," a "Copper Fox    Cooler" from Virginia and a "Pig on the Porch" from South Carolina.  From  Louisiana, it collects the "Comfortably Old-Fashioned," which  uses  Southern Comfort as its base. In its sweetness, this one's on the    grandmotherly end of the old-fashioned spectrum, but it has its    charms—provoking nostalgia for one's youth, for instance. Southern    Comfort is, of course, a peachy whiskey-based liqueur especially popular    among college students, who drink it in prelude to preposterous    behavior centered on SEC football games, ACC basketball tournaments, and    Ivy League sorority pledge nights.
                  Slate Magazine

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