Good Food paired with Georgia Grown Beer
Visitors can also enjoy a pint of craft beer at Blue Ridge’s restaurants and bars to pair perfectly with a delicious meal.
Set under a 200-year-old tree, Black Sheep Bar & Grill is located in a converted home and has many cozy corners. Try out the bar for beer from local breweries or enjoy your beverage tableside or al fresco, along dishes like fresh pasta and seafood.
The Boro Inn is an authentic Irish pub owned by a former priest. Expect to find the standbys like Irish whiskey and Guinness along with craft beer and the house tap, Father’s Brew. The pub also carries mead from Georgia’s own Viking Alchemist Meadery.
Burra Burra On the River in McCaysville has some of the best views around, set on the Toccoa River. The restaurant is known for its menu of American dishes but also serves craft beer including that of neighboring Copperhill Brewery.
Located in the heart of downtown Blue Ridge, Chester Brunnenmeyer's Bar and Grill is a local favorite for its regionally focused dishes. It also has a great selection of Georgia craft beer from Creature Comforts and Three Taverns.
Head to Fightingtown Tavern for the best burgers around, which pair nicely with the music and craft beer lineup. The bar carries local brews from Fannin Brewing and Atlanta’s Sweetwater Brewing.
If you’re looking for delicious Mediterranean-inspired dishes, Masseria Kitchen + Bar is the place to go. Enjoy your pizza and pasta with pints of local beer and cider from Mercier Orchards.
Misty Mountain Hops is a vinyl pub for lovers of beer and music. Concert posters line the walls and vinyl records play in the background. Settle in with a pint from Grumpy Old Men, Reformation and Stillfire breweries.