Georgia October 06, 2017
11 Tiny Town Restaurants In Georgia You Can Barely Find On a Map
You may call them “hole-in-the-wall” restaurants, but we call them hidden gems. We love finding new, hidden restaurants throughout the state to sink our teeth into something special. For those of you who enjoy visiting tiny towns throughout Georgia, and also seek out a culinary experience that you’ll be surprised to stumble upon, then we have one heck of a list for you. Take a look.
1. The Hickory Hut - 531 W Memorial Dr, Dallas, GA 30132
Located in the small town of Dallas, Georgia, The Hickory Hut is a no-frills place where you can chow down on delicious barbecue. Try the pulled pork plate that will tantalize your tastebuds.
2. Ishy's Grill - 811 US-441, Clayton, GA 30525
Ishy's Grill in Clayton, Georgia has been known of their onion rings. While there are plenty of other fantastic foods to try when you're there, nobody will judge you if you just order platters of these rings. You won't be sorry.
3. Century House Tavern - 125 E Main St, Woodstock, GA 30188
Woodstock, Georgia has quite a few restaurants worth raving about, but Century House Tavern is always a delicious time. The classic burger is a coveted dish, making this a perfect afternoon lunch spot.
4. Smokin’ Pig - 3986 Hwy 17, Richmond Hill, GA 31324
Smokin' Pig has been a hidden treasure throughout the state and with good reason. Just LOOK at the platter of food you can get into. It's this type of home cooked barbecue, with sides as tasty as you could imagine, that Georgia is proud of.
5. The Yesterday Cafe - 114 N Main St, Greensboro, GA 30642
Chowing down in Greensboro, Georgia means stopping by The Yesterday Cafe. While they boast a great menu for true soul-satisfying meals, it is the Buttermilk pie that needs to be ordered. Just like grandma used to make.
6. Flacos Tacos - 1117 S Rogers St, Pooler, GA 31322
Pooler, Georgia has quite a bit of options for killer cuisine, and Flacos Tacos is high up on the list. Authentic Mexican tacos are hard to come by, but Flacos serves up some of the tastiest tacos you've ever tried.
7. The Swanson - 933 Carroll St, Perry, GA 31069
In Perry, Georgia, The Swanson is a place to gather with the family on a warm day, enjoy the outside deck, and order up from Southern eats. A plate of fried chicken and creamy mashed potatoes dripping in dark gravy never looked so good.
8. Mo’Bay Island Cuisine - 107 US Hwy 80 SE, Pooler, GA 31322
Don't be surprised if Mo'Bay Island Cuisine is jam-packed when you visit. This Pooler hotspot has some incredible eats that people keep coming back for. Like the jerk chicken, seasoned to absolutely perfection, with rice and beans to boot.
9. Bonchon Chicken - 120 Suite C Pavillion Pkwy, Fayetteville, GA 30214
Bonchon Chicken in Fayetteville, Georgia is THE place to eat wings. You will not have had wings as tasty as these. Korean wings are not only doused in sweet, succulent sauce, but they are crisped perfectly, adding a crunch that is much-needed for wings.
10. Eatz on the Corner - 100 N Commerce St, Pine Mountain, GA 31822
If ever you're in Pine Mountain, Georgia, then you must try Eatz on the Corner. People rave about this local corner joint, especially after they've tried the heartiest, creamiest bowl of Shrimp and Grits in town.
11. Cotton Calf Kitchen - 9924 Davis St, Braselton, GA 30517
Braselton, Georgia is a unique destination with a few thousand residents and a whole lot of meat. Tender, juicy, moist meat from Cotton Calf Kitchen. It is worth a night out of celebrating to get a nice glass of wine, a tomahawk steak, and have a dining experience you'll always remember.
Have any other tiny town restaurants in Georgia that you wish to share? Add them to the comments! Otherwise, if you’re looking for a whole small town filled with culinary gems, then take a look at
The Tiny Town In Georgia With The Most Scrumdiddilyumptious Restaurants.