Like fairies, hamburgers are famously difficult to photograph because they can take thousands of forms and wear a variety of sauces. Capture a delectable meat-pixie with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of old-fashioned American fare at Sno-Cap Drive-In, located on West Avenue in North Augusta. Retro vibes radiate from the original 1960s edifice of Sno-Cap Drive-In, which further facilitates nostalgic noshing with a menu full of hot dogs, hamburgers, floats, and more. Cruisers looking to cheer up after a botched drag race can gorge on smiley fries ($1.59) and a malt ($3.29) in the vinyl comforts of their own vehicle by taking advantage of the eatery's curbside service. Booths and counter stools adorn the checkered floors of Sno-Cap's interior, offering cozy support as patrons devour Big Chili Burgers slathered with mustard, onions, and chili ($3.49–$6.29). Stop by on the last Saturday of the month to feast in the good company of classic cars and the awkward company of weeping calendar-page mourners.
- This is a great little diner. Very clean, good food, exceptionally nice staff. I felt like I had stepped back to the 60's...I will have to say they had some of the best cole slaw I've every [sic] eaten and a great hot fudge cake. Definitely worth the stop. – cliffy31, TripAdvisor
- Although I don't live here anymore, I'm pleased to know and happy to report we can still enjoy the nostalgia of American Graffitti [sic] at the old Sno Cap with the blue awnings… We used to drive in here in the early '70s for a coke* and the b-e-s-t grilled cheese sandwiches wrapped in aluminum foil. – dancingbee, TripAdvisor
618 W Ave.
North Augusta, South Carolina 29841Get Directions