Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga

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2009/06/16 14:21:05 (permalink)

Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga

We are renting a cabin close to Blue Ridge GA and were looking for suggestions on where to eat.  Also we will take a side trip to Chattanooga and we would like suggestions for there also.  Thanks in advance.

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    RibDog
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/16 14:43:48 (permalink)
    It's a little bit of a drive for you but I think you will be very happy with it if you go down to
    Bub-Ba-Q down in Jasper GA.  Excellent barbeque!  I highly recommend them.  Here is a link to their website:

    http://www.hellonorthgeorgia.com/Restaurants/BBQ/Bub-Ba-Q.html

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    Milt
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/16 18:06:05 (permalink)
    Another excellent restaurant in Jasper is Woodbridge Inn, an upscale restaurant operated by German immigrants for the past thirty some years.  The menu includes German and non-German dishes, which are generally quite good.
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/16 18:17:26 (permalink)
    This place is definitely worth the short drive to Chattanooga....
    http://www.roadfood.com/Restaurant/Reviews/2618/zarzours
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/17 07:53:10 (permalink)
    Zarzour's in Chattanooga has a great hamburger and is a real cool place....but shady part of town.
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    BillVol
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/17 13:27:39 (permalink)
    The part of town that Zarzour's is in is rapidly improving and developing.  Plus, since they are open only for lunch, there are no personal safety worries here.
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/24 01:31:41 (permalink)
    On your way to Chattanooga you could try the Oakwood Cafe, Cuyler st, downtown Dalton. Meat and Veggies, or just veggies.....mmmmm
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/24 07:57:29 (permalink)
    In Chattanooga, for pizza go to Lupi's.  For Thai, try Sweet Basil.
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/24 15:22:07 (permalink)
    The area around Zarzour's will be upscale before long. Food is always good.  A Chattanooga  legend.
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    Re:Blue Ridge GA and surrounding area to include Chattanooga 2009/06/28 16:50:33 (permalink)
    Most of the restaurants near Hamilton Place Mall  in Chattanooga are chains,  I do enjoy  Big River Grille and The Acropolis, although the latter restaurant does not seem to be as good as it was  when it was first opened. As far as Dalton is concerned,  I find The Oakwood Cafe to be the luck of the draw, have had some good meals there and also a few badly prepared breakfasts (eggs benedict with one tablespoon of hollandaise sauce with a poached egg that was as hard as a hockey puck) The Filling Station and The Engine Room are both good for lunch buffets for $10 or under. 
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