Georgia May 21, 2016
You Haven’t Lived Until You Try These 10 Mouthwatering Restaurants In Georgia
We’ve been known to brag a bit around here about the quality of food there is in Georgia. There are so many different types of cuisines, plus new restaurants popping up all over, it’s hard to keep track. We wrote up a piece already naming a few of the
restaurants you had to try in Georgia, so without running the risk of redundancy, we came up with an all new list of mouthwatering restaurants that you need to add to your summer culinary adventure. We appreciate ALL the feedback we received from our last list, and as promised, we listened to your suggestions!
So here we go, without further adieu, and in no particular order…
1. The Dillard House—768 Franklin St, Dillard, GA 30537
Here's the thing about The Dillard House—they don't skimp. They serve up generous portions of foods like Fried Chicken, Virginia Sugar Cured Ham, Potatoes Au Gratin, Green Beens, and Creamed Corn. You name the Southern classic cuisine item, and they pretty much offer it. And boy, is it a tasty treat.
2. Soul Vegetarian—652 N Highland Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306
There is something to be said about a restaurant that does vegetarian soul food—and that they do it right. Soul Vegetarian is just that spot. They feature awesome items like a country fried “steak”, paired with collard greens and mac ‘n cheese. Flavorful, inexpensive, and you won’t even miss the meat.
3. The Vortex Bar and Grill— 878 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
OK, they serve “Tachos” which are tater tot nachos and they are SO delicious. But also, The Vortex has a bevy of unique burgers, catering to all your meaty desires. Make sure you bring your appetite, or have your doctor on speed dial, because these burgers are quite monstrous, especially the one with grilled cheese for buns.
4. The Crab Shack—40 Estill Hammock Rd , Tybee Island, GA 31328
Are you ready for some of the freshest, most delectable seafood around? Then you’ve come to the right place. Not only does The Crab Shack on Tybee Island feature tasty menu options like the Deviled Crab Sandwich, and the Seafood Specialty for Two, but they also have an intriguing ambiance topped off with an Alligator pit.
5. Clary’s Café— 404 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401
It has been said that Clary’s Café is the stuff breakfast dreams are made of. You can order up a traditional Southern-style breakfast with cheesy, creamy grits and some corned beef hash, or stick to the more modern choices like the sugary sweet, extra soft French toast.
6. Australian Bakery Café— 48 S Park Sq NE, Marietta, GA 30060
In Australia or New Zealand, there are these little hand-size pies that sometimes have minced meat, gravy, onion, mushrooms, cheese, you name it, they probably have it stuffed into a delicious, flaky crust. Australian Bakery and Café brings those delicious meat pies (and non-meat pies) to the public and they are the perfect snack on a rainy day.
7. Matthew’s Cafeteria— 2299 Main St, Tucker, GA 30084
Meals like this make you wonder why you ever eat anywhere else. In the style of the traditional meat-and-threes, Matthew’s Cafeteria offers up no frills, basic Southern staples like fried pork chops, creamed corn, and strawberry rhubarb cobbler. Head there on a Friday for some crispy, succulent fried fish.
8. The Redd House— 2267 Thyatira Brockton Rd, Jefferson, GA 30549
Country style fixins, in buffet form. You cant beat the spread at Redds. Make sure you visit on the right day—Thursday Sunday is specifically Country-Style Buffet, while Friday and Sunday are strictly for a Seafood buffet spread.
9. Guys Biscuit Barn— 1810 Dr Bramblett Rd, Cumming, GA 30040
What was once a gas station and small grocery mart, now serves up no-fuss, biscuits in a variety of ways. Whether you are looking to douse that fluffy biscuit in gravy and chow down, or stick some meat and cheese in between, you cannot go wrong no matter what you choose.
10. Viva La Vegan—1265 Lee St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Are you ready to dive into the world of plant-based cuisine? Or perhaps just dip your toes for the day? Viva La Vegan is a great place to start. The food they whip up is so tasty and so flavorful, you won’t even realize that it’s all vegan. Give it a shot for Meatless Monday. Your taste buds will thank you.
OK, now tell us the truth. Have you eaten here before? Share your experience and possibly a few of your favorite menu recommendations!