3038 Washington Rd.
Augusta, GA 30907
Phone: (706) 868-1800
Fax: (706) 868-9300
3038 Washington Rd. , Augusta, GA, US, 30907
- Phone: (706) 868-1800
- Fax: (706) 868-9300
Visiting Longhorn is like paying a visit to the authentic West. The steaks are hand-cut, hand-seasoned and carefully prepared. The burgers are thick & juicy and salads are freshly prepared. They offer legendary Western fare to satisfy a range of cravings.
Features delicious southern dishes with homemade desserts and ice cream.
One of many restaurants on the premises, The French Market Grille brings Cajun and Creole fare to the Surrey Center. A casual eatery you can visit with the family, it starts you off with appetizers like shell-on boiled shrimp, she crab soup and shrimp marinated in tarragon, creole mustard and red pepper sauce before moving on to more filling preparations. When here, you may want to try the Cajun marinated strip steak, shrimp Creole Orleans and honey-pecan fried chicken. New Orleans bread pudding and frozen peanut butter pie are a great way to end the meal.
Stop by for coffee and pastries in the morning. They begin serving lunch at 11:30 a.m. The lunch menu features a selection of soup, salads and sandwiches. For dinner, guests have choices such as their chipotle shrimp skewer, crab beurre blanc, beef carpaccio and more. Savory charcuterie boards are available day and night.
One of the best elegant dining restaurants in Augusta, this intimate restaurant serves a menu with an European flair and offers selections such as filet mignon, fresh seafood, veal, and chicken Cordon Brie. Service is impeccable and reservations are recommended. They are open Monday through Saturday for dinner only; closed on Sundays.
Wonderful Southern French Rustic cuisine is served at this elegant bistro that features dishes such as pasta with baby clams and mussels, thick pork chops with mashed potatoes, and pan-roasted Carolina prawns, asparagus, and goat cheese showered with balsamic vinegar on the menu. Business dressy attire is the norm and reservations are recommended. They are open Monday through Saturday for dinner only; closed on Sundays.
Situated on 30 sprawling acres, this restaurant is the only restaurant that is also a wildlife habitat and bird sanctuary, certified by the National Wildlife Association. An eclectic menu of traditional New England favorites and "New American Cuisine" is served daily for lunch and dinner. An extensive wine list with over 200 varietals from around the world compliments your meal.
A small neighborhood restaurant with an inviting atmosphere, Crums on Central may be known primarily as a brunch spot, but there is more to it than just that. Apart from weekend brunch, the eatery also offers lunch and dinner, and the menus feature many tasty offerings like chicken Florentine, baked North Georgia trout, pork loin chop and quail and grits. Cocktails, wines and beers make up the drinks list.
With Manuel's Bread Café, chef Manuel Verney-Carron has brought authentic French flavors from his native Lyon to North Augusta. You can enjoy some delicious seasonal preparations, with the produce being sourced from the eatery's own Blue Clay Farms. Steak au poivre, pork medallions, crispy roasted duckling and beef bourguignon are just a few of the many French treats in store for you. The wine list ensures that you find the perfect accompaniment for your meal.
Located just a stone's throw away from The Boll Weevil Café, Frog Hollow Tavern is a restaurant and bar that has Southern fare and a long wine list for you to enjoy. Locally sourced ingredients are utilized to create some delicious small and large plates that ensure dinner is a satisfying affair. Parmesan crusted eggplant fries, wild Maine mussels in white wine and more scrumptious appetizers make way for tantalizing steaks and seafood, which are perfectly complemented by the red and white wines on offer. Cocktails, whiskeys and vodkas are also featured on the drinks list.
An elegant Italian eatery located at the Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center, Augustino's has plenty of mouthwatering creations to offer you. Open every day of the year, the restaurant attracts hotel guests and locals alike with its tantalizing breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. The pasta bar is one popular aspect of the restaurant, giving patrons the freedom to create their own dish. If steaks are what you want, then the Angus beef bistro and filet mignon, served with sides like Yukon Gold potatoes and battered French fries, would be ideal. This non-smoking restaurant requires patrons to be dressed in business casual attire.
Although the name may not make you want to drop everything and plan a meal at this restaurant, The Boll Weevil Café is actually a rather pleasant place to dine. Set in a refurbished cotton warehouse and taking its name from the beetle that feeds on cotton buds, this eatery has many Southern delights for you to feast on. The lunch and dinner menus feature scrumptious preparations like creole chicken, blackened mahi-mahi, apple-topped chops and grilled top sirloin. The Angus beef Boll Weevil burger is another offering to savor. There are also some delicious confections like the coffee toffee and banana chocolate chip cakes.