Best Restaurants In Clarkesville, Georgia

People always want to know where the best restaurants are when they visit Miles Through Time Automotive Museum.

Whether your road trip to visit the museum 15 minutes or 2 hours chances are you’re going to be looking for a good place to grab a bite.

Clarkesville is a neat little town with a busy downtown area full of various shops. Miles Through Time Automotive Museum is only a half a mile from downtown and you could walk if the weather was nice.

The list of restaurants below are some of the top restaurants in Clarkesville, although they are not in any particular order.

If you’re interested in chain restaurants like Wendy’s, McDonald’s, Zaxby’s, Dairy Queen, Clarkesville has them, but they are not going to be included in this list.

1. Copper Pot – Buzzy pub with wood-fired pizza, seasonal mains & craft beers, plus outdoor seating & weekly events.

2. The Attic – Casual venue offering steaks & traditional American comfort food, plus beer, wine & a patio.

3. Hawg Wild BBQ & Catfish House – This is a big BBQ joint right next to the museum, some people don’t even move their car.

4. Harvest Habersham – Is in downtown Clarkesville but only open for dinner Wednesday through Saturday.

5. Fresco’s Restaurant – Is Tex Mex and American style food and all meals are made from scratch.

6. Wolf Creek BBQ, Burgers & More – Locally owned and operated restaurant. Meats are smoked fresh daily in a wood-fired smoker. All of the sides and desserts are made from scratch.

7. Grant Street Grill – Is located inside of the bowling alley which is inside of the Old Clarkesville Mill and under the same roof as the museum.

8. El Jinete Mexican Restaurant – Local chain serving margaritas & Mexican dishes, including steak & seafood, in a casual atmosphere.

9. Chicago’s Pizza – Chicago-style pizza place with wings and Philly Cheesesteak.

10. Wild Berry Grill & Gifts – Burgers, soup, and salads. They also have wine tasting and craft beer.

11. Blue Creek Farmhouse Market – Blue Creek Farmhouse Market consists of a restaurant and a small store. Enjoy a freshly cooked meal and also shop to discover the unique items

The furthest restaurant away from Miles Through Time is Blue Creek at 5 miles away.  The rest of the restaurants are within walking distance or just a mile or two so there are plenty of options when it comes to finding a place to eat when you visit, it all just depends on what you’re in the mood for.

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