Restaurants in Georgia

Georgia is a state of tremendous culinary contrast, from the most gracious Old-South tea rooms and dress-up Sunday suppers to raffish barbecue parlors and cheap-eats diners with waitresses who call you Hon’. Atlanta, Savannah, and Augusta boast stylish eateries where chefs’ personalities rule, as well as all manner of ethnic fare from around the world and inventive counter-culture cookery. The state’s most distinctive ways of eating are Lowcountry feasts and oyster roasts, meat-and-three meals in small-town cafes, and old-style boarding house suppers. Must-eat dishes include fried chicken, chopped and vividly sauced barbecued pork (accompanied by either Brunswick stew or hash on rice), hand-pattied biscuits, Dixie dogs, caramel cake, and anything made from peaches.

Georgia’s Most Famous Dishes

Fried chicken drumstick and thigh rest upon greens and corn

Fried Chicken

Macaroni & cheese, spangled with herbs, comes in a small cast-iron pot

Mac N Cheese

Styrofoam bowl holds dark purpble blackberries and chunks of pastry crust.

Cobbler

Mountainous sandwich holds pastrami, egg, French fries, cole slaw, and a tomato

Sandwiches

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Great Georgia Recipes

Biscuit Bread Pudding

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