Thank the Georgia Restaurant Association and Department of Economic Development for hosting the second annual Georgia Restaurant Week. This food-focused week kicks off July 18 and lasts until the 24th with menu offerings from some of Georgia’s top-rated eateries — many of last year’s favorites and some new kids to the dining scene.
What makes this week different than others of its kind? For starters, the participating restaurants are from all over the state, giving you the option of trying many of Georgia’s regional cuisines. Because each restaurant offers a sampling of their dinner menu at a low fixed price (some also offer lunch options), you can try more than just restaurant during the week.
As you’re making summer vacation plans, Georgia Restaurant Week is a wonderful way to enjoy dinner at a different restaurant in a different city, each night. This year, you have a lot of really diverse restaurants to choose from, including Nikolai’s Roof at the top of the Hilton Atlanta, Muss & Turner’s in Smyrna and Parker’s on Ponce in Decatur. When visiting the Golden Isles, give Tramici Neighborhood Italian on St. Simons Island a try. Wherever you decide to dine, rest assured that you’re supporting Georgia’s restaurants and family farmers who help supply them with fresh Georgia Grown products.
From the Georgia Department of Economic Development: Georgia.org.