Restaurants in Augusta, GA

Augusta, Georgia, is most famously known as the home of James Brown and the Augusta National Golf Club, host of the Masters. The Garden City of the South also is a trove of fantastic food. Ranging from cafes and bakeries to sports bars and oyster bars to four-star fine dining and eat-on-the-dashboard take-out eats, there are meals for every appetite. Of several dozen Roadfood-recommended restaurants in and around the city, these are the cream of the crop: Knuckle Sandwiches not just for spectacular sandwiches, but for Augusta’s best French fries; Abel Brown for a dreamy selection of oysters from all coasts; Perry’s Pig for BBQ topped with crisp cracklins; Honey from the Rock for divine square meals in a spiritual setting; and Frog and the Hen for homespun Dixie fare with a modern twist.

Augusta’s Most Famous Dishes

Salad plate includes slices of orange drizzled with dark balsamic vinaigrette.


In a car cup-holder, plastic cup of lemonade reveals fresh lemon halves inside.


Poke bowl features bite-size pieces of salmon and eel.

Poke Bowl

Cobb salad: countless cold cuts and veggies

Cobb Salad

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