Your Guide to Where to Eat in Georgia

  • Georgia Eats Culinary Guide

    Available online and at visitor information centers across the state.


What makes Georgia one of the premier culinary destinations? Some believe it’s our extra-long growing season that allows the “Peach State” the ability to produce some of the best farm-to-table dining the South has to offer. Others think it’s our talented chefs, top-notch restaurants, and award-winning wineries that keep bringing visitors here. Of course, it may be many fabulous food festivals, shrimp-boat excursions, and Southern-inspired cooking classes that make Georgia such a popular culinary destination. Whatever the reason, Georgia has unique culinary experiences, and I love sharing them with you, so you know where to eat, drink and be merry while visiting Georgia.

With so many culinary experiences to choose from, it may difficult to decide just where to eat. This is where the Georgia’s second annual Culinary Guide, “Georgia Eats,” comes into play. The guide features the wildly popular “100 Plates Locals Love,” flavor tours, recipes from local chefs, and the inside track or what’s hot in Georgia.

Pick up your Georgia Culinary Guide in one of the state’s 12 Visitor Information Centers across the state, or order your copy from Be sure to share your food finds with your fellow travelers on social media using #GeorgiaEats.


Jennifer Hill Booker

Chef Jennifer Hill Booker wears many hats in the culinary world, as a Le Cordon Blue-Paris certified chef, cookbook author, reality TV personality, culinary educator and business owner. She is a Georgia Grown Executive Chef for the Georgia Department of Agriculture, the Culinary Explorer for, the founder of Southern Divas of the New South™ Dinner Series, and currently sits on the James Beard Foundation Food Waste Advisory Council. Chef Jennifer is a member of the 2018 No Kid Hungry Atlanta Society as well as a member of the 2018 AF&WF Advisory Council.

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