Local food is an essential part of the trip when you visit Georgia’s Blue Ridge. You’ll find a common ingredient shared by local restauranteurs — a mixing bowl of town and country flavors that meld just right to create amazing eating choices.
Add local breweries and wineries to the mix and you’ve got a pretty eclectic dining experience in a small town setting. But don’t forget, there are some things you just have to eat when you come to the Georgia mountains: local trout, barbeque, fried apple pies, biscuits and sausage gravy — just to name a few. Download a full list of outfitters here.