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Food an eggplant boat of a pirogue filled with unidentifiable shrimp? Crawfish? Tasted fine but was a mystery. Not sure what I ate but my friend LOVED her lowcountry eminadas. Cheese biscuits were great when we got some hot ones. Wine good.
The food is always enjoyable and there is a wide range of dishes to choose from. The timing and waitstaff is a bit hit and miss, especially when busy, but have always been personable and accommodating.
If you want a quality meal and food is your only interest, I would rate this as an above average resturant. If you are willing to spend $25 per person for a meal with a television and bar center stage, I would rate this restaurant...More
George's is tucked away from the UGA hustle and bustle, but conveniently located right off the loop and S. Milledge - but always busy. I recommend reservations. The food is very nicely prepared - the beef short ribs are a favorite, as is the Thursday...More
Those who brought me here, eat here often. That says something.
I enjoyed the Eggplant crayfish etouffe. It was delish.
The french toast and omelette were also big hits.
We sat out on the patio for an extra layer of enjoyment. I would easily return!...More
The girls met for lunch to celebrate one of the birthdays. We had reservations and we were promptly greeted by the hostess in a warm welcoming manner and taken them to our table. Nice white linen tablecloth’s and a great atmosphere for talking.
Response from MariefromGeorgia | Reviewed this property |
I just called @706-548-3359 and the nice person on the line said Yes, but they can only hold them for fifteen minutes. (He thought I was local) I asked if tourists knew what day they would be in town could we get a... More
I just called @706-548-3359 and the nice person on the line said Yes, but they can only hold them for fifteen minutes. (He thought I was local) I asked if tourists knew what day they would be in town could we get a reservation on game day and he said Yes. I hope this helped you :)
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