After a long day exploring the beautiful mountains of Northeast Georgia, there’s nothing better than a delicious meal cooked to order. Choose from a wide variety of dining options, from the classic Southern meat-and-three to a tender, juicy steak or even fresh seafood. The choices are almost endless! For more details, click the name below to go to the link:
After a long day exploring the beautiful mountains of Northeast Georgia, there’s nothing better than a delicious meal cooked to order. Choose from a wide variety of dining options, from the classic Southern meat-and-three to a tender, juicy steak or even fresh seafood. The choices are almost endless!
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Beechwood Inn offers the best fine dining in the Northeast Georgia Mountains every Saturday featuring Farm to Table Dinners paired with award-winning wines. Each menu is pre-selected by the chefs based on what is seasonal and available that day. Most of the seasonal foods are organic and natural, many from sustainable North Georgia farms, orchards, dairies and vineyards. Reservations are needed.
Beechwood Inn features Northeast Georgia’s only Wine Spectator Award of Excellence wine list. Also, the Inn’s Executive Chef and Pastry Chef are both noted “Best Chefs America 2015.”
Beechwood Inn appreciates the history of the region and the traditional foodways. The chefs favor sustainable and local food sources, especially organic ones, to improve the local economy and ecology. The Inn is proud of the local farmers and ranchers whose names dot the menus, paying homage to those who have done the work to get such delicious ingredients through the kitchen door. Once through that door, respect and care for the ingredients play as important a role as the preparation of them. The goal is to make as much of what is used from scratch as possible – that’s what makes cuisine authentic. You’re sure to appreciate the care and devotion to freshness.
Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa is regionally renowned for its fine meals, lavish buffets and friendly service. The culinary and service teams follow a tradition of excellence in two distinctive dining settings and two outdoor pavilions. The resort’s Dining Room is known for its picturesque mountain views, which complement its outstanding meals and service. It’s equally famous for its Friday Evening Seafood Buffets and Sunday Brunches. Chef Karl Englemann prepares a variety of seasonal dishes representative of the area. Choose to dine near a cozy fireplace or out on the mountain-view veranda.
For more casual dining, visit Brassies Grill for a relaxing lunch, quick afternoon snack or cozy fireside dinner. While there, play a friendly game of pool or darts or catch the game, race or spectacular replays of the day on the big-screen TV. Need a relaxing place to end a great day of golf? The Fireside Lounge and veranda is the perfect location for cocktails and conversations next to a crackling fire or under the stars. Many Brasstown Valley stories begin and end here, so it’s the ideal backdrop for friendly gatherings.
Nestled among the North Georgia Mountains, Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa redefines the typical mountain getaway. Visit and experience exceptional accommodations and dining, championship golf, horseback riding stables, a 7,500-square-foot spa and a wide range of activities for the whole family.
Glen-Ella Springs Restaurant in Clarkesville, Georgia, is open to the public and Inn guests beginning at 5:30 pm most evenings. Offering one of the finest dining experiences among all Clarkesville restaurants, Glen-Ella presents award-winning cuisine in a rustic yet elegant country atmosphere. Recognized as one of the “Top Dining Destinations in the state of Georgia” by Georgia Trend Magazine since 2004, Glen-Ella Springs Inn has long been recognized as a North Georgia favorite.
Guests enjoy the many signature dishes, such as Sautéed Jumbo Shrimp with peppers and andouille sausage in a smoked tomato sauce served along side a fried Parmesan grit cake, or the herb-encrusted New Zealand Rack of Lamb accompanied with a Jalapeño mint sauce, brown sugar and maple sweet potatoes and fresh green beans. Trout, steak and Macadamia-crusted chicken with a dijon cranberry sauce are also regular menu items. Nightly specials are typically seafood-inspired. Please call ahead to make dinner reservations or visit www.OpenTable.com.
A private dining room is available to groups of 35 or less. In addition to regular dinner service, the restaurant is open on several holidays, such as Thanksgiving (serving a buffet lunch), New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day. These occasions tend to book quickly, so reservations are required. Glen-Ella also offers on-site catering services for your wedding reception, rehearsal dinner, wedding brunch, weekend retreat or family gathering.
Forrest Hills Resort is open to the public every Sunday from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm for Sunday Brunch served in the Hideaway Dining room. Stop in for a true Southern comfort food dining experience! Brunch features fresh vegetables (when available), tender roast beef, famous fried chicken, sweet potato souffle, real mashed potatoes with gravy, salad bar and much more. Outdoor seating is available, and prices start at just $14.95.
Reservations are not required, however it is best to call ahead with groups of 8 or more. The dining room is also available any time for group reservations. Call and reserve your banquet or Christmas party.
Experience the true sights, sounds, and flavors of the North Georgia Mountains at the Historic Lake Rabun Hotel & Restaurant (c.1922), and Forest Lodge Wedding and Retreat Center. You’ll find a place for romance, a wedding venue or corporate retreat, relaxation, adventure, and an opportunity to experience what really matters with your loved ones, family, friends and colleagues.
We’re a nature inspired boutique hotel rooted in a love for our environment. Across the street from the hotel is Lake Rabun, a most beautiful lake that offers boating, fishing, swimming opportunities. There’s a lot to do around this part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Whether it’s mountain adventures, vineyard or distillery tours, or a quiet peaceful time with wonderful Farm to Table food and relaxing Spa services, you’ve come to the right place. Do as much or as little as you like. We’re at your service.
A slate easel on the front sidewalk announces the dinner special at the Laurel Bar, which changes weekly. A recent special featured house made quinoa ravioli stuffed with lump crab and drizzled with cornsicle cream sauce. The Pastry Chef prepares luscious dessert specials daily. The Laurel Bar menu changes seasonally and all of the tapas are made from scratch, prepared from locally grown ingredients (many of the items on the menu are also gluten free).
In addition to dining, the Laurel Bar has a full bar, featuring an extensive list of single malt scotches and single barrel bourbons. It also features craft beers and a diverse wine list, both by the bottle and by the glass. The reserve list includes labels such as Nickel and Nickel and Silver Oak Cabs. The Laurel Bar is quickly becoming known for its specialty cocktails and martinis, such as the Vanilla Lavender Martini, the Lemon Basil Martini and the Hibiscus Cosmopolitan.
Functions hosted at the Laurel Bar include a five-course wine pairing dinner, a charity fashion show luncheon, and bi-weekly live performances by jazz guitarist Cy Timmons. Monthly activities, specials and functions are announced on the Facebook page. The White Birch Inn and Laurel Bar is available for private functions as well, and may be reserved for weddings and other special occasions.