Canopy of lights at the Colquitt County Courthouse in Moultrie, Georgia

Holiday lights on the Colquitt County Courthouse in Moultrie, Georgia

Wine and Dine Off the Beaten Path in Moultrie

Moultrie, Georgia, located in Colquitt County, sits in the center of Georgia’s No. 1 agricultural county. It is home to the State Farmers Market and a beautiful downtown that boasts the friendliness of a small town with specialty shops, a turn-of-the-century courthouse and sophisticated award-winning restaurants.

There are several great places to eat and drink in Moultrie:

Baba's The Gathering Place

Stop into Baba's The Gathering Place for fair trade organic coffee, tea, pastries, pimento cheese, chicken pot pie and more. They host tea parties for special events and birthdays, which the kids love.

West Coast Vegan Grill

Moultrie's first and only vegan restaurant, West Coast Vegan Grill offers a plant-based vegan menu with many options from drinks, starters, salads, soups, bowls, burgers and desserts.

The Speakeasy on Main

The Speakeasy on Main is the place to stop for wine slushies, beer and wine. They have charcuterie boards, which pair great with the slushies, and they frequently host bingo night, karaoke night and live music.

Three Crazy Bakers

Loved by locals since it opened in 1998, Three Crazy Bakers is the place to go for wraps and sweet treats.

Hometown Bar and Grill

Opened in 2020, this modern, American-style restaurant serves a little bit of everything: burgers, steak, pretzels, wraps, burritos, enchiladas, salmon and stir fry.

Bandwagon Brewing Company

Opened in December 2023, Bandwagon Brewing Company stands as Moultrie's latest hotspot, seamlessly fusing historic charm with contemporary vibes in their stylish and welcoming space. Experience live music, engaging trivia nights, beer tastings, and more.

Horse Creek Winery Tasting Room in Sparks, Georgia
Horse Creek Winery Tasting Room in Sparks, Georgia

Georgia Grown Trail 37

On your way to Moultrie, be sure to add some time to your trip and enjoy the Georgia Grown Trail 37, Georgia’s first agritourism highway. Highlights like wine tastings at Gin Creek and Horse Creek Winery Tasting Room – Sparks (made from grapes grown on a 40-acre farm in Nashville, Ga.); a visit to White Oak Pastures, a 2,500-acre, multi-generational farm and restaurant; and a stop at Still Pond Vineyard, Winery & Distillery, the South’s largest commercial vineyard, are all worth a trip off the beaten path.

Published: January 2024
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