Friday, September 24, 2010

We've All Got to Eat!

Need a place to eat in during the SGA/SCCAA Annual Meeting in Augusta? Check out this master list of restaurants of all tastes, geographically divided for your convenience!


Augusta Dining Options:

Check out  http://www.metrospirit.com/ it is the arts/entertainment/restaurant guide for the Augusta metro area.


The Augusta Marriott Hotel and Suites also has a visitor's guide available on their website:
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel-guide/agsmc-augusta-marriott-hotel
-and-suites/

Walking distance from the hotel, downtown Augusta area:

209 On the River, at 8th street fountain, Southern food, meat and three, lunch and dinner, live music

Beamies at the River, 865 Reynolds Street, lunch and dinner, seafood, patio, live music
Boll Weevil #10 9th Street, lunch and dinner, know for desserts, Metro’s Best for 2009
Bees Knees Tapas Restaurant and Lounge, 211 10th Street, opens 5pm, Metro’s Best for 2009
Cotton Patch, 816 Cotton Ln., Southern fare, lunch and dinner

Nacho Mamas 976 Broad Street, lunch dinner Mexican food, burritos, Metro’s Best for 2009
The New Moon Café- 1002 Broad Street, coffee bar and café, breakfast and lunch

Metro Coffee House, 1054 Broad Street, all day service, Metro’s Best for 2009

Blue Sky Kitchen, 990 Broad Street, lunch, world cuisine

Pizza Joint 1245 Broad Street, lunch and dinner, Metro’s Best for 2009

Dining options further out:

Surrey Center (http://www.surreycenter.com/). Old Augusta shopping center that has been expanded in recent years. The #1 thing there is the French Market Grille (Louisiana style cuisine, lunch and dinner).(http://www.frenchmarketaugusta.com/)


Also located in this shopping center is Bistro 491 (dinner only) for southern French rustic cuisine http://www.bistro491.com/

Augusta Exchange shopping area, just off I-520 (Bobby Jones Expressway) at Wheeler Road there is a group of chain restaurants: Romano's Macaroni Grill, Chili's, Logan's Road House, Sticky Fingers Rib House, O'Charley's.


Even further out:

Rhinehart's Oyster Bar a real hole in the wall with good seafood (not just oysters). Open lunch and dinner. Metro’s Best for 2009 (http://www.rhineharts.com/)

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