Aiken's historic Willcox Inn is one of many beautiful inns in Aiken. This particular inn has welcomed guests such as Winston Churchill, Elizabeth Arden, Harold Vanderbilt and the Duke of Windsor. A secret train station was built under The Willcox Inn so that President Theodore Roosevelt could come and go without detection. Ironically, President Roosevelt initiated the "trust buster" by forcing the dissolution of a great railroad combination in the Northwest.
Small with a nice atmosphere. I've never been disappointed with anything I've ordered.
Favorite Dish: Menu changes from time to time. The item I have enjoyed most thus far was a scallopine made with pork medallions instead of veal. Malia's also has a very good spinach salad. One of the menu favorites is a steak salad which is also wonderful.
Sandwiches, soups, salads. Breakfast and lunch. Small, local grill thats been around for as long as I can remember. Can be pretty crowded at lunch time. The wait is worth it.
Favorite Dish: The lottoburger is my favorite. No frozen hamburger patties or french fries here. Potatoes are handcut, fresh. Hamburgers are made from fresh ground beef upon order. The best burger I've had anywhere.
Malia's is a Mediterranean-style restaurant with great food. Common dishes include salmon, lamb, pasta as well as vegetarian.
Olive oils is an italian restuarant with indoor and outdoor tables. The food is more authentic than your average italian restuarant.
Moe's is a fast-food Mexican place. The food is great, especially the burrito called the homewrecker!
Good but not great. Husband liked the Kentucky Brown turkey/ham melt and my reuben sandwich was good. Thought it was a little pricey at $10 each.
Has since closed.
Delicious sushi and Southwestern in the same place! It sounds odd but one of the chefs specializes in sushi and the other specializes in Southwestern. Either way, really good food!