Creature Comforts, Athens. Photo by Jason Thrasher

Food & Drink

Eat your heart out in Georgia, where restaurant and dining options range from casual to fine dining, and you'll find all types of cuisines — especially Southern. Dig in to the South’s best barbecue smoked to perfection and matched with mouthwatering sides like baked beans and macaroni and cheese. Peel and eat sweet, wild Georgia shrimp served with a basket of warm hush puppies while a sea breeze carries away the cares of the day.

Sip crisp wines made from locally grown grapes that thrive in the North Georgia mountains and sweet variations made from native muscadines in the southern part of the state. Sample craft brews and small-batch spirits that show off the pride and creativity of hometown brewers and distillers, and feature local flavors found only in Georgia.

Bite into seasonal produce like fresh peaches, apples and strawberries picked right from the farm, and be sure to take home jars of local honey, jellies, pickles and sauces you can enjoy any time of year. Get your fill of fried chicken or locally raised beef and pork, and dig in to authentic flavors of global cuisines from Korean to German and everything in between.

Save room for dessert! Georgia’s bakeries, ice cream shops, chocolatiers and confectioners are busy creating special treats just for you. When you visit Georgia, you can rest assured you won’t go home hungry.



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