Restaurants in Edgefield, SC

Edgefield is known as the home of 10 South Carolina governors and of the Wild Turkey Federation, both facts made apparent by signs and statues around the town square celebrating those facts. The square is a delightful place to browse, its enterprises including a distillery, a billiard parlor with dandy burgers, and a modern American cafe in a well-preserved building that was a 19th century general store. Just off the square is Nonna’s, a surprisingly savvy Italian restaurant; and around the corner is the Old Edgefield Grille, where traditional Dixie fare meets new American savoir faire, and the shrimp & grits is not to be missed.

Edgefield’s Most Famous Dishes

Pink, butter-sauced shrimp surround a mound of thin spaghetti noodles


Broad, flat noodles are layered with cheese and sauce, accompanied by a slice of toasted Italian bread.


Bakery-fresh loaf of Italian bread, resting on the bag it was sold in

Bread & Rolls

Salad plate includes slices of orange drizzled with dark balsamic vinaigrette.


Edgefield’s Best Restaurants

Filter results by:

Showing 1 - 7 of 7 Restaurants


Connect with us #Roadfood