North Augusta, SC, is located just the Savannah River from Augusta, GA. Though it is significantly smaller than Augusta, North Augusta continues to experience population growth. With this growth comes new local businesses, new schools, and new restaurants to try. While it’s certainly an option to drive over the river to Augusta, North Augusta residents no longer have to do so to enjoy a variety of delicious restaurant options.
This restaurant is located in Hammond’s Ferry, a live, work, play community located on the banks of the Savannah River. The menu changes regularly, but always features a variety of sandwiches, salads and wings. A creative drink menu is available to complement your meal. The Larder is one of the best places in the area to enjoy brunch on the weekend. Eat outside on the patio and let the nearby playground entertain your children while they wait for their food.
Manuel’s Bread Cafe
Manuel’s Bread Cafe is owned and operated by the same family as The Larder and is also located in Hammond’s Ferry. The menu at this restaurant is more substantial, with larger plate options available, and it focuses on southern twists on French fare. Like the name implies, fresh bread is served with most of the meals (and is also available to purchase separately). Manuel maintains a small farm not far from the restaurant, and many of his ingredients are sourced right there!
This local pizza place serves take out or delivery only. It hasn’t been open very long, but it has quickly earned a reputation for some of the best pizza and wings in the area. So if you’re satisfying a crowd on game day, you can get something for everyone.
This restaurant is located in the SRP Park complex, home of the Augusta Green Jackets 1-A baseball team. Whether you’re in the mood for barbeque, wings, mexican, or a salad, you can find it here. Eat here before a game, or wander over to the nearby Greeneway path to enjoy views of the river.
Sheila’s Baking Co
In search of fresh baked goods, search no further. Try the creative selection of doughnuts and cinnamon rolls made fresh. This place gets busy in the morning, especially on the weekends, so you might want to place your order online before you go.
La Jalisciense Taqueria
This taqueria is known both in and around North Augusta as some of the most authentic Mexican food available in the area. The dining area is no-frills, but the food is delicious and reasonably priced. Stop by for lunch or dinner.
Antonio’s Italian Eatery
Antonio’s serves a classic Italian menu for both lunch and dinner, and it has developed quite a local following. Satisfy your craving for pasta here, and enjoy supporting at a locally owned restaurant.
After you eat your meal, save room for dessert. Pink Dipper in downtown North Augusta is a locally owned ice cream shop that offers a variety of ice cream flavors, cone styles and toppings. It’ll make you feel like a kid again.