10 Kid-Friendly Restaurants In Augusta, GA

This article highlights kid-friendly restaurants in Augusta, Georgia. From a drive-in to a dessert cafe, restaurants near a playground and more.

While there are a ton of great restaurants in Augusta, not all offer the best kid-friendly dining experiences. Trust us, we know from experience!

Lucky for you, we have made it our mission to find the best places to eat out with kids in Augusta. And this guide shares our top recommendations.

Where To Eat With Kids In Augusta, GA

Below is a map featuring each of the restaurants highlighted in this guide. We hope the map view helps you find a great family-friendly restaurant for your next meal out.

Kid-Friendly Restaurants In Augusta, GA

Whether you are after a fun experience at a drive-in or maybe want to settle in a cozy booth, this guide shares our top picks. The list includes a mix of table-service and counter-service restaurants, and we note the order methods for each accordingly.

10 James Brown Boulevard | Downtown Augusta

Southern fare and delectable dessert next to the Riverwalk

The Boll Weevil is a top pick for a kid-friendly restaurant in Augusta for a reason: dessert! Cakes, cheesecakes, and pies in every flavor imaginable await. Try the peanut butter pie!

Of course, The Boll Weevil offers more than just incredible desserts. Their menu features Southern classics and sandwiches. It’s a counter-service restaurant, but they have a very laid-back atmosphere.

The Boll Weevil is located just next to the Riverwalk. It’s right at the amphitheater and makes for a perfect stop for lunch in Augusta when exploring with kids.

89 Crystal Lake Drive | North Augusta

Picnic tables, a playground and chicken fingers

The Larder in North Augusta’s Hammond’s Ferry is a dining dream come true for parents! Not only do they have excellent outdoor seating, but there’s a playground there, too. Plus, they have popsicles!

Though it’s table service and the entrees are a bit elevated, The Larder is overall very approachable and an easy pick if dining with kids.

They aren’t open for lunch most days, but they have one of the best weekend brunches in Augusta on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm.

Pair brunch at The Larder with an adventure on the North Augusta Greeneway for a truly fun day out with kids.

The Larder

618 West Avenue | North Augusta

50’s-style diner and drive-in in North Augusta

The Sno-Cap Drive-In is such a fun place to eat with kids in North Augusta. It’s been a local favorite since opening in 1964.

Their menu includes the diner classics that your kids will love, like hot dogs, burgers and chicken fingers. They also have a ton of ice cream options, including a dip cone and root beer float.

Their dining room with choice of booth or a stool that spins at the counter is such a fun place to eat.

Sno-Cap Drive-In

1204 Broad Street | Downtown Augusta

Local burger eatery with ice cream & milkshakes

If your kids are big on burgers and milkshakes, head to Farmhaus in downtown Augusta. It’s a fast-casual spot with outdoor seating and counter service.

The kids’ menu at Farmhaus includes a grilled cheese, cheeseburger, hot dog and pimento cheese cheese sandwich. Kids’ meals come with fries and a fountain drink.

Their dessert menu includes soft serve and ice cream shakes. Farmhaus also has a few boozy shakes for adults, including a banana pudding-inspired one with banana rum!

Farmhaus has a second location in Martinez with a great patio on the side.

Farmhaus Burger

901 Broad Street | Downtown Augusta

Mediterranean food and $1 gelato for kids

Laziza is one of the best restaurants in Augusta— and it’s a great place to dine with kids! Not only is their food fresh and delicious, but your kids can enjoy a mini scoop of gelato for $1.

You’ll find a few kids options on the menu, like chicken shawarma, a chicken kebab, falafel and chicken tenders. Their kids meals come with rice or fries, pita and a drink.

If your family is extra hungry, try the family feast that’s great for a family of 5. It comes with a bit of everything– salad, hummus, chicken, steak, salmon, and more!

466 Flowing Wells Road | West Augusta

All-day chicken & waffles + outdoor seating

Frog and the Hen in Martinez is known for their all-day breakfast and delicious chicken options. It’s a table service restaurant with casual outdoor seating available.

You’ll find them next to sister restaurant Farmhaus. The two are in the same portfolio as Craft & Vine, Frog Hollow Tavern, Pho-Ramen’L and Tacocat. That’s quite a group!

Frog and Hen’s rotisserie chicken and sides is a great takeout option for a family. That paired with their famous Alabama white sauce is a crowd-pleaser!

1245 Broad Street | Downtown Augusta

Outdoor seating and great pizza in downtown Augusta

If your kids love pizza, and you love great outdoor seating, head to The Pizza Joint in downtown Augusta.

This casual spot offers a delicious selection of Detroit-style pizza, alongside traditional pizza, calzones, stromboli, and fresh salads. Start with the garlic knots or cheesy bread!

The Pizza Joint’s building front is set back from the others, creating a spacious and inviting outdoor patio.

The Pizza Joint

936 Broad Street | Downtown Augusta

Charming cafe with pastries, grits, smoothies and more

New Moon Cafe is a casual stop for breakfast with kids in Augusta. It’s located downtown and is home to the best grits in town!

We like grabbing breakfast with kids at New Moon because their menu has something for everyone. Choose from menu items like bagels, pastries, breakfast sandwiches and loaded toast.

Our top pick for breakfast is the ‘downtown mess’ grits bowl, though. Order your grits It Aiken-style with pimento cheese and ham, or Augusta-style with avocado, pimento cheese, bacon and salsa

They also have a great lunch menu with hot and cold sandwiches.

976 Broad Street | Downtown Augusta

Tacos, nachos and outdoor seating in downtown Augusta

Nacho Mama’s is a casual, order-at-the-counter Tex-Mex restaurant in downtown Augusta.

It’s a funky place, with cool ceiling tiles, great art and awesome music. They also have a few tables out front on the sidewalk if you prefer dining outside with kids.

The Nacho Mama’s menu includes all of your Tex-Mex favorites– tacos, quesadillas, nachos and burritos.

226 6th Street | Downtown Augusta

Deli in Augusta with old-timey candy

Hildebrandt’s is a local deli in downtown Augusta. It’s a fourth-generation German-inspired deli founded in 1879. Their best seller is a corned beef reuben, and we definitely recommend it if it’s your first trip to Hildebrandt’s!

Apart from sandwiches and hot dogs, Hildebrandt’s also has a small marketplace featuring local brands. Your kids will especially love the old-timey candy section!

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