General Elliott Inn

939 New Bridge RD

Aiken, SC 29805

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Phone: (803) 642-8108

City: Aiken

Region: Midlands

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General Elliott Inn

For a fine dining experience in Thoroughbred Country, make reservations for Aiken's General Elliott Inn, serving dinner on Friday and Saturday nights by reservation only. All dinners include the famous General Elliott caesar salad or fresh market salad, fresh bread, chef's choice of vegetable and potato. Menu items may include Wienerschitzel with a spatzles and red cabbage, mixed grill of an 8 ounce lobster tail and beef medallions or poached salmon.

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