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are on the menu across Northeast Georgia
Franklin County is the home to many communities,
each with its own personality and each with its own
Royston and Lavonia, the county’s two largest towns,
have a variety of choices.
Royston has downtown eateries – ranging from a
sandwich shop in an old hardware store to a classic lunch
counter in a pharmacy to a drive-in diner. It also has a
traditional, home style restaurant, a Mexican eatery, an
Asian restaurant and a very popular barbecue place, along
with several nationally-known fast-food chains and delis
at two local grocery stores. Another downtown restaurant
is in the works as well.
Lavonia, located on I-85, has most of the popular fast-
food restaurants and a well-known national chain sit-
down restaurant is being built. A steakhouse owned by
an area chain provides finer dining. The downtown area
includes a coffee shop, a barbecue place and an Italian/
Greek restaurant. Another downtown eatery, which
includes a bakery, draws people from all over Northeast
Georgia. Other diners are spread throughout town, along
with a popular deli in a locally-owned grocery store.
Carnesville, the county seat, offers diners a very popular
Mexican restaurant downtown, a diner and national
chain restaurants along the interstate. A barbecue
restaurant is located outside town near another I-85 exit.
Franklin Springs is home to Emmanuel College, where
a nationally-known pizza chain is anchored in the school’s
athletics center. One national fast-food chain is near the
college, with another planned in the future.
Canon has limited choices, but the parking lot of a local
diner that serves breakfast and lunch is regularly full.
Franklin is a county full of communities and full of
From fine-dining experiences to family-friendly
favorites, there’s something to please everyone’s palate
in Habersham County.
No matter what you’re craving, menus are plentiful,
offering everything from handcrafted burgers and
brews, to sumptuous sandwiches, juicy barbecue,
hearth-baked pizza, Southern comfort foods and more.
Nestled in downtown Clarkesville are some of
patrons’ regular go-tos, like The Attic Restaurant, The
Copperpot and Stoney’s Family Restaurant.
Also in Clarkesville, Duncan Square Cafe & Yogurt
Shoppe doubles as both a self-serve fro-yo joint and deli.
Kadaydle’s, a sub joint in Cornelia, continues to lure
in customers with their custom sandwiches, salads and
Craving traditional Southern barbecue just pulled
from the smoker? Sweet House BBQ in Cornelia and
A&E Grill in Clarkesville, though traditionally known
for its burgers and fries, have got you covered.
Take a walk on the wild side by sampling some of
the best ethnic foods Habersham has to offer, from
traditional Mexican cuisine at Los Cerritos Mexican
Restaurant and El Patron Family Mexican Restaurant to
oriental flavors offered by Yakimono Express Japanese
Have a sweet tooth? Cap off a great meal with a trip to
Sugartopia, where brownies, cakes, cookies and more
are whipped up fresh daily.
In the fall, sample a variety of dining options
from around the area at the 8th annual A taste
of Clarkesville, set from noon-3 p.m. Sept. 30 in
downtown Clarkesville. But get there early before
samples sell out.
For fresh produce, visit Holland Produce in
Clarkesville. And if you’re looking to better your
body and mind, stop in at A to Zinc Health Store &
Smoothie Bar for a taste of the good life.
Whatever you’re craving, look no further than
Within walking distance of downtown, here are four
great places to get a quick bite:
• Richard’s Restaurant, 19 N. McIntosh, under the
big green awning. Different buffet items every day
with vegetables and homemade desserts.
• McIntosh Coffee House, 24 N. McIntosh, with an
antique store next door. They specialize in soups,
sandwiches and quiche and they also have fresh,
• 3 Reinas Mexican Restaurant, 113 N. McIntosh.
This is AUTHENTIC Mexican food. They have
tacos, burritos, torts, gorditas and quesadillas - and
an impressive seafood menu.
• La Fogata, 235 Elbert St. A longtime favorite in
Elberton, La Fogata moved into its large new
location a few years ago to accommodate its
lunchtime and dinnertime crowds.
Hart County and its county seat, Hartwell, are home
to more than two dozen restaurants offering a plethora
of options to suit any palate.
From fast food, to a casual sit-down experience, Hart
County’s selection of establishments has everybody in
your party. There are a handful of traditional meat-and-
three choices, including a favorite lunch spot of Georgia
Gov. Nathan Deal.
An array of pizza offerings, a trio of Mexican options,
along with Greek, Chinese and Japanese fare, are all
available in the Best City by Dam Site.
Maybe you just want a biscuit? Hart has you covered. A
sandwich piled high with fresh-cut meats? Easily found
right on the square.
Seafood? Barbecue? Got that, too.
Hart County even boasts a food truck, serving a
medley of fresh, chef-prepared meals.
Whether you want to eat in or take it home, Nancy
Hart’s namesake gives you both. In fact, you can even
arrive by boat if you happen to be on the lake.
Several restaurants offer live entertainment and TVs
for catching the big game.
For everything to satisfy your hunger, check out
Hartwell and Hart County.
White County is known as an outdoor adventure
hotspot in the North Georgia mountains – but there’s
also plenty for your palate to explore.
The tourist destination features a variety of good eats
that are popular with both out-of-town guests and the
hometown crowd. Take your pick – casual favorites or
fine dining – and you’ll find it here, with down-home
meals and a flair of international flavor.
The city of Cleveland is peppered with choices for
Southern cooking, delicious burgers, along with
Mexican, Japanese and Chinese cuisines. If you’re in
the mood for a quick bite, the community features some
top-rated restaurants among national chains.
Head to the northern part of the county to find Alpine
Helen, where you can immerse yourself in a taste of
Germany – as well as other countries. Travel through the
heart of the city to see why it draws millions of visitors
who get to enjoy music and more with their meal, while
taking in a view of Main Street or the Chattahoochee
Wander over to Sautee Nacoochee to discover delectable
fare tucked away near the famed Nacoochee Valley. The
county is also home to several wineries and tasting rooms.
And don’t forget to treat yourself after (or before) your
meal. White County boasts many stops for freshly-made
goodies such as chocolates, ice cream and bakery delights,
within its dining hubs and along the roadside.
Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll savor the journey
through White County.
Turn on the Food Network or the Cooking Channel
and you are sure to hear the words “farm to table.” It
has been a cliché that has taken hold in our culture. In
Rabun County, the farm-to-table capital of Georgia, we
embrace and live those words.
From pizza made with handcrafted mozzarella and
house-cured meats to vegetables so fresh you start to
wonder if they were picked just hours ago, Rabun
County restaurants bring the freshest and tastiest
ingredients to their dishes and tables.
It doesn’t stop with food, though. Wines created
with grapes from the fields of its many vineyards to
cocktails crafted with liquor made in local stills, Rabun
County offers a complete local meal. From cocktails,
to appetizers and on through to desserts, farm to table
isn’t a cliché, it is how things are done in this furthest
outpost of Northeast Georgia.
We invite you to Rabun County to experience our
farm-to-table lifestyle. And don’t worry, there are
enough options to satisfy even the most finicky palate.
From fresh-smoked barbecue, to Southern home
cooking made with love, to upscale family dining and
everything in between, Rabun County is a can’t miss for
the foodie in all of us.
In Elberton and looking for a
The hills of Dahlonega are alive with an abundance of
eating options. And the hub of delicious local dining,
as always, is the Public Square, where numerous eateries
await. Diners can stroll the historic downtown district
while choosing from dozens of tantalizing options. Or
hop in the car and head for the mountains.
That’s where you’ll find Amicalola Falls Lodge’s
Maple Restaurant is just a short drive away. And it
offers a stunning meal to go along with the stunning
Serving generous buffets and a-la-carte menu options
seven days a week, the Maple Restaurant specializes in
mouthwatering cuisine prepared by a talented culinary
Diners are encouraged to join for breakfast, lunch or
dinner for delicious ever-changing series of buffets and
exceptional service. Take a seat and settle in for an array
of homemade delights with an enchanted mountain-
top view to go along with it.
Good Eats in Dahlonega
and Amicalola Falls
Offering fine-dining fare to travelers, visitors or just
plain old home folks is a Toccoa-Stephens County
tradition that dates back to the days of Traveler’s Rest in
the early to mid-1800s.
Devereaux Jarrett’s plantation was a popular overnight
stop on what was then the nation’s first multi-state
highway – the Unicoi Turnpike – which stretched from
Tennessee to South Carolina.
In addition to comfortable overnight lodging,
Traveler’s Rest also offered fine-dining.
Here’s how English scientist and author George
William Featherstonhough described his dining
experience at Traveler’s Rest in the 1840s.
“Here I got an excellent breakfast of coffee, ham,
chicken, good bread, butter, honey and plenty of new
milk for a quarter of a dollar.”
Building on the Traveler’s Rest tradition, Toccoa-
Stephens County’s culinary offerings are greatly
expanded today, with fine dining choices ranging from
the shores of Lake Hartwell to the middle of downtown
If your appetite favors the elegant cooking of world-
renowned chefs or the simple pleasures of down home
barbecue, Toccoa-Stephens County has plenty of choices.
Two mainstays of the local food scene are Brother
John’s and Los Amigos.
If it’s a sub sandwich you crave, Brother John’s is the
place for you. A family-operated business serving Toccoa-
Stephens County since 1984, Brother John’s offers a
variety of sub sandwiches served on freshly-baked bread.
In addition to the sandwiches, Brother John’s offers
salads and all-beef hot dogs.
If it’s something with a distinct taste from south of
the border you desire, then Los Amigos on Big A Road is
the place for you.
Serving the hungry residents of Toccoa-Stephens
County for 21 years, Los Amigos offers a variety of fajitas,
quesadillas, enchiladas, seafood and even has a selection
of vegetarian items.
The restaurant’s goal is a simple one: “To serve the
best Mexican food possible at a comfortable price.”
Dig into White County for
an appetizing adventure!
Nestled on the shores of