Have been visiting this location for the last 10 plus years. When it is open during the season it is the place to eat breakfast in Aiken. Would highly recommend.
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My son and daughter in law brought us here to eat breakfast while we were visiting them in Aiken. My daughter in law who is a horsewoman knows how much we like horses and the history behind it decided to bring us here. It has...More
Was recommended by our bartender. Love the location and casual home vibe with an opportunity to visit with the horse community. Was bummed by very long wait for kind of cold potatoes and eggs. Go to chill and take in the scene don't go if...More
Hidden away on a dirt road in the horse training district. A fun stop: food is good, but you walk out with the 'aroma' of all the frying. It is a unique tourist find. As a visitor to Aiken it is what starts or ends...More
Closed all summer :( Really stinks, because Ive heard so many great things about it. But they are closed more then they are open.
It is just like home. Never miss it when I go home. Don't expect much in the way of "décor" but there is a fantastic collection of horseracing pictures to peruse. Just make yourself comfortable and enjoy a true southern breakfast.
This is the best deal in town. For 5 bucks or less you can have a very filling and tasty breakfast and the staff is very friendly. Seating is rustic.....so just wear you jeans and sneakers.........no dress up required here.
Super food. Order at the counter, then sit down and wait for your delicious made to order breakfast. Right in the center of the horse district in Aiken. After breakfast watch horses galloping on the training track, playing polo across the street, or hacking on...More
The Track Kitchen is always a fun place to have breakfast. This is a local institution and should be on everyone's ultimate destination for breakfast. We generally stick to bacon and eggs and those are tough to mess up. The Track is not spectacular but...More