Georgia October 24, 2017
The 11 Best Little Food Towns In Georgia You Need To Explore Before They Get Too Popular
Here’s some good news: You can make an entire weekend getaway solely about food if you darn well please. Especially if you live in Georgia. Not only does Georgia have a bevy of food towns scattered throughout the state, but some of them are so good, you will make their food your number one priority. Have a gander at these little food towns in Georgia that you need to explore before they get way too popular.
1. Blairsville, Georgia
Blairsville, Georgia is always a treat when it comes to delicious dining. There are tons of options to choose from depending on what you crave, including homemade gelato at Michaelee’s Italian Life Caffe, all you can eat catfish at Boondocks Bayou Grill, and breakfast plates at Hole In the Wall.
2. Washington, Georgia
Washington, Georgia pretty much covers all the bases in terms of cuisine. You can practically travel the world with one visit. From Southern food at Cade’s Home Cooking to Mexican at La Cabana, plus you can't forget the best Chinese around at China Restaurant.
3. Clayton, Georgia
With just around 3,000 residents, Clayton, Georgia has an abundance of delicious restaurants worth checking on on a trip in. From Fortify Kitchen and Bar to The Rusty Bike Cafe, you'll be covered no matter what time of day you wish to chow down.
4. Wrens, Georgia
Wrens, Georgia is the town to be in if you're looking for some classic Southern restaurants that will satisfy your tastebuds. Peggy’s Restaurant, Lil Jake's BBQ and The Dutch House are just a few of the spots that are worth savoring.
5. Helen, Georgia
There aren't too many spots in Georgia where you can get true German cuisine. Which is what makes Helen so darn special. From rich, soul-ratifying chocolate shops to grabbing a beer stein after a long afternoon, Helen, Georgia will have you coming back for seconds.
6. Senoia, Georgia
Senoia, Georgia has been one of the top small towns to visit in Georgia for a while now. But while the scenery and downtown area are praised for their charm, nobody talks about the food! Between Nic & Norman's, The Tomato House Restaurant and of course, Katie Lou's Cafe, you'll want to stay feasting forever.
7. McRae, Georgia
This small town serves up some delicious homestyle food from hidden gem restaurants. Tackle the blue plate special at Southern Star Grill or the salad bar at Cedar and Supper Club. Make sure you come hungry!
8. Americus, Georgia
Americus, Georgia has everything you could hope for and more in terms of restaurants. Try the best fried chicken around at Gladys Kitchen, then finish off the evening with a decadent dessert from Rosemary & Thyme Restaurant.
9. Metter, Georgia
You'll want to spend more time in Metter once you realize the type of restaurants they've been keeping secret. Succulent BBQ from Papa Buck's or the best country fried steak you've ever sank your teeth into from Bevricks Char House Grille. Don't even get us started on the fried Oreos from Paul’s Pond House.
10. Dillard, Georgia
While many people travel to Dillard, Georgia to check out The Dillard House (worth it!!!) there are other restaurants worth chowing down at. Cupboard Cafe & Annette's Cafe are just two of the places to get great service and great home cooked food.
11. Social Circle, Georgia
Social Circle, Georgia is the spot for incredible flavor and unique finds for food. Blue Willow Inn is just one of the famed spots worth checking out. But there is so much more to experience, including the ever-fun Hot Rod’s Diner.
Do you have any more towns in Georgia that have a food paradise? Share with us in the comments!
If you’re looking for a more in depth look at one of the most comprehensive small towns in Georgia for foodies, then have a gander at
The Tiny Town In Georgia With The Most Scrumdiddilyumptious Restaurants.