The Georgia Restaurant With German Roots That Date Back To The 1970s
Visiting a historic German restaurant doesn’t need to be relegated to only the month of October. The Heidelberg in Georgia is a historic restaurant with deep German roots that date back to the 1970s. This Alpine Helen gem is unlike anything else, with live music, schnitzel, bratwurst, and more. Plus, did we mention that it’s three stories of pure German atmosphere and fun?
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Address: The Heidelberg, 8660 N Main St, Helen, GA 30545, USA
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