Website doesn't say anything about the restaurant being closed permanently. We walked by and it was locked up & dark. Not sure why they closed, when I visited last year, I really liked it.
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Excellent food, interesting menu, good service, reasonable prices. Conveniently located just off the square in Dahlonega. Interesting little shop next door for pre- or post-dinner shopping.
I had dinner with a party of 20 to begin a weekend of wedding celebration. The staff were courteous and patient. They did not hurry us at all. The food was wonderful! The restaurant was eclectic and very cool place! Will return!
A string of odd experiences leads me to only rate 3/5 stars. First, we showed up on time for our reservation, but still had to wait to be seated. Then they chose to seat us in the corner between two HUGE groups (the rest of...More
The Corkscrew has a unique dining area in the basement - the site of Dahlonega's former jail cells. One cell is converted to a wine cellar. I had bacon wrapped dates (excellent) and sriracha chicken dip (good, but spicier than I prefer). Service was great,...More
We were disappointed in our meal. We had eaten at this restaurant on previous trips and all of us were looking forward to it. It was not the same. My filet mignon was tender but not tasty. My friends had spinach salads. The menu advertised...More
While this place has a cool looking feel and vibe and a great location, and unique food we weren't really that impressed. To me it seemed a little overpriced for the small dishes. We did get to taste some pretty cool things. We went there...More
Had appetizers and drinks in the lounge on at Friday at 5:30pm. Requested to eat outside in the back, but staff said, no, that we should go to the lounge for Tapas. So inside we went, even though it was a lovely Spring early evening...More
Booked a reservation for a 40th anniversary celebration for friends. Not only was there no one at the reception desk when we enter...had to call into the kitchen area 3x before a guy came out and said we should go outside and downstairs. Our first...More