Georgia has a wide variety of dining options and an abundance of creative dishes that we can all feast on during Georgia Restaurant Week. From flavorful Italian pastas to juicy sirloin steaks, savory buttermilk fried chicken to pan-seared snapper, Georgia Restaurant Week has you covered. But when preparing menus for restaurant week, chefs try to keep one culinary trend top of mind — sourcing local ingredients. Sustainability is always in season in Georgia, and using local ingredients never goes out of style.
Georgia Restaurant Week celebrates the flavors of Georgia and aims to highlight unique local ingredients. The second annual event is brought to you by the Georgia Restaurant Association and the Georgia Department of Economic Development. From Monday, July 18 to Saturday, July 23 (Farmview Market is closed on Sunday), participating restaurants will showcase their menu options at a fixed price of either $15, $25 or $35.
Farmview Market Café in Madison features delicious, locally sourced offerings at their farm-to-table café. Try one of their first course options, which is a Farmview Market charcuterie sampler with Springer Mountain chicken liver mousse, pate and local pork sausage, served with toasted Luna Baking Co. bread.
The Farmview Market Café will still be serving its standard menu during the week, but you won’t want to miss the special fixed course menu prepared specially for Georgia Restaurant Week, which will feature a variety of local products from many Georgia Grown members.