Eat well in Walterboro with a variety of local flavor and franchise favorites.
If you want authentic, mouthwatering Italian cuisine, Carmine’s Trattoria would be the locals’ recommendation. It’s the perfect setting for an intimate date, a meal with friends or a Sunday evening family dinner. Don’t be intimidated by the white tablecloths in this friendly restaurant. Carmine's owners personally take time to visit every table and welcome their guests with Southern charm. Walterboro may be on the smaller side, but its hospitality comes in large portions.
Locals love finger-lickin’ barbecue with all the fixins’. They satisfy that appetite at Dukes Barbecue on Robertson Boulevard. The smoker has been fired up since 1985 and so have the barbecue fans. The buffet line is always packed with patrons wanting to fill their bellies with hickory-smoked chopped pork, fried chicken, rice, hash, collard greens, hush puppies, butter beans, fried okra, homemade macaroni, banana pudding and much more. Hungry yet?
Kick back and relax at Fat Jack’s! This mom-and-pop restaurant started in Ridgeland in 1996 and moved to Walterboro in 1999. Its popularity took off and word spread about the tasty eats, friendly staff and hospitable service. Fat Jack’s is known for its juicy, savory steaks, tender ribs, flavorful chicken wings and crispy shrimp. And don’t miss the rotating lunch specials that are sure to make you and your wallet smile.