At 3.45 on a holiday weekend and the place as half empty but the staff were struggling to cope. The first 2 beers ordered were out of stock and the staff didn't really care.
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My husband and I enjoy this place very much. We have date night there on Thursday nights. We enjoy the duet music. The food is delicious and the atmosphere is wonderful. The service is great as well. They also offer great live entertainment on the...More
The food was delightful and full of flavor. We went for dinner and were surprised to see that there would be a musician playing shortly after we arrived. We gladly paid for tickets to stay for the show and absolutely loved it!
The service is good and the menu variety is ok. A little pricey for what you get but it does taste good.
Seven years definitely has changed this place. Even with the owner, Dana, on hand, this visit was the worst breakfast dining experience we have had in Dahlonega in seven years. We took long time NGC and Army friends to breakfast during Bear on the Square...More
We went to see the Georgia Bow and String All Star Students play followed by the Crooked River Band. Both were fantastic! We recommend reservations. My wife had the chicken fried steak which was plated very creatively. I had the grilled Meat Loaf. Portions were...More
We were the only people in place for late lunch at 2pm. We ordered salads. One given with wrong dressing. Never given hoagie bread that was suppose to come with it. The waitress did bring us pita bread on request later. Waitress did not know...More
It's a DIVE with poor Management! Though the Manager & Chef were MIA, so they had to close the street level dining area, our Group of ~45 was horridly squished among three tiny rooms - up a very long, steep flight of stairs - this...More
We had dinner here on a Friday night and stayed for that evening's live show, the Athens-based band Bridges. The food was pretty good overall (the fries were exceptionally good). The sound engineer did a great job of making the environment enjoyable. The music was...More