Grits Café is a neighborhood gathering place for hundreds of locals, and a destination restaurant for many travelers passing Forsyth along the I-75. Grits Café’s “Creative Southern Cuisine” focuses on traditional southern food, not exactly like Mom used to make, adding creativity and imagination by fusing old and new preparations. Many menu items spotlight local produce, beef, chicken, seafood and cheeses, a movement which Grits Café has embraced whole heartedly. The flavors are trendy and unique, and closely rival the artistic detail paid to the presentation of each plate. The wine list showcases the international wine stage, and features a number of handcrafted boutique wines produced in limited quantities, and many not readily available in other areas of the state or country.
Aubri Lane's at the Club
Beginning January 30th, you can enjoy a new dining experience from one of the 'ville's favorite restaurants. Now located on beautiful Lake Sinclair, Aubri Lane's at the Club is the destination for fine Contemporary Southern Cuisine. At Aubri Lane's, every dish is created using only the freshest, finest ingredients coupled with the choicest meats and seafood, freshest and organic vegetables, and delectable desserts. It is truly fresh from the farm to the table.
The Cox-Swanson home was famous long before its doors were opened as one of the south's premiere dining destinations. Whether its enjoying lunch on the porch, or dinner with friends in one of their beautifully decorated rooms, The Swanson is a must for great food and excellent service, paired with an inviting atmosphere and southern charm. Their signature dishes coupled with the traditional sides and desserts keeps customers coming back for more year after year.
For a modern spin on Southern cuisine, visit Company Supply where farm to table combines with open flame for a fresh take on traditional favorites. Located in downtown Dublin, owners Richard and Colby Mascaro renovated a 100 year old dry goods store, installed a spit rotisserie, and fired up their imaginations to modernize the flavors of the Old South. Selected as one of Georgia Tourism’s 100 Plates Locals Love in 2016 the Company Supply has quickly becoming a local favorite. Reservations are recommended for dinner.
Falls View Restaurant
Falls View Restaurant opened in 1969 and has been a Middle Georgia tradition ever since. The restaurant has expanded since then, so you're unlikely to have to wait outside, but the food is still worth the wait! Falls View Restaurant is known for their farm-raised catfish, but also serves a wide variety of other seafood including flounder salmon, red snapper, mullet, oysters, scallops, crab, and shrimp scampi. Please note that their hushpuppies are worth the price of admission.