Foodies Find More Mountain Deliciousness at and Near Big Canoe in Northern Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) July 12, 2014

It’s also home to many great places to eat. For one, the change of season has brought a change to one of the area’s top restaurants, 61 Main. It’s well known for its fresh foods – especially the short ribs… perhaps the most popular item on their excellent dinner menu.

“We are a farm-to-table restaurant and we strive to do everything as organically, locally, and sustainably as possible. We have partnered with local growers and farms and ranches so almost all of our vegetables, herbs, and other products come from Jasper and the surrounding area! We tailor our offerings based upon what our farmers have available. Lastly, we have several gluten free and vegetarian options on both the lunch and dinner menus as our culinary team is prepared to accommodate almost any dietary need,” said Rob Jarrett, Operations Manager at 61 Main.

There are other great nearby Jasper, Georgia restaurants. They include:

THE CLUBHOUSE AT LAKE SCONTI Mountains Grill and Black Bear Pub 186 Clubhouse Drive, Big Canoe GA 30143 (706) 268-3326

Located on Lake Sconti overlooking the ninth fairway and green of the Creek Course, the Sconti Clubhouse has arguably the most beautiful vista in all of Big Canoe. There are two restaurants here: for fine dining you’ll choose the Mountains Grill, and for pub food and a cold beer after a round of golf, choose the Black Bear Pub. Call first for access.

THE CARRIAGE HOUSE 34 N Main St, Jasper, GA 30143 (706) 253-7383

This is one of the most popular coffee shops in Jasper. It’s open only for breakfast and lunch. Get anything from a cup of coffee and a fresh baked muffin for breakfast, to a delicious and filling meal at lunchtime.

The most popular luncheon choice is the turkey melt sandwich. Other favorites include the meatloaf sandwich and the Monte Cristo.

APPALACHIA, an American Grill 3909 Steve Tate Highway Marble Hill, GA 30148 770-893-3389

Like 61 Main, the menu at Appalachia changes periodically to allow diners the best of seasonal selections. Diners will always find Georgia Mountain Trout. Another popular item is slow-roasted pork. For those on a tight budget, Appalachia offers a “recession special” on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays-several entres priced at just $9.99.

Big Canoe encompasses over 8,000 acres from gate to gate, with 30% of its acreage protected as green space. Part of what makes it one of the best mountain communities in Georgia is the 22 miles of hiking trails meander through the lush forest providing outdoor adventures for active adults and families of all ages. Tall hardwoods canopy over 100 miles of the community’s streets, gently winding through a seven neighborhoods.

Approximately 2,600 homes have been built to date of the 4,750 homes planned. Mountain rustic architecture is the common thread throughout Big Canoe. From mountain top estates to cozy mountain cottages, new homes for sale at Big Canoe start in the $300k’s. Re-sales can be found under $200k. Buyers who prefer to build a home, lots for sale at Big Canoe are available from the 50k’s. Model homes can be explored in the community’s newest neighborhoods.

Whether it’s nearby Jasper, Georgia restaurants or the area’s Blue Ridge Mountains that have Georgia on people’s minds, buyers looking for real estate would be wise to out Big Canoe homes. Contact Big Canoe direct at 866-244-2266 to schedule a visit.

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