The Best Restaurants in Braselton, Georgia

Looking for good eats in Braselton, Georgia?  We know it’s a small town, but hey, maybe you’re vacationing there like we did a few weeks back.  Most tourists probably go for Chateau Elan – we’re including some of their dining options as well – but if you’re looking for something in town, keep reading for recommendations that’ll wow.

1. Marc Bar & Restaurant

This southern-inspired restaurant has both great food and ambiance.  Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply splurging for a memorable night out, they got you covered.  Enjoy everything from house made pappardelle to sea salt brined pork that’s served with staples like mac & cheese and collard greens.  If you don’t indulge in a wine flight at their neighboring tasting bar beforehand, make sure you order a glass of vino with your meal.

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2. Sarazen’s Bar & Grille

Prefer something a bit more casual?  Head to Sarazen’s for classic American fare done right.  Located inside Chateau Elan’s golf club, this newly renovated restaurant will hit the spot with craft cocktails, cheesy quesadillas, and fat sandwiches all for affordable prices.  They also serve breakfast so if you’re looking for something delicious in the AM, you know where to go.

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Sarazen's Bar & Grille Sarazen's Bar & Grille mule Sarazen's Bar & Grille chicken sandwich Sarazen's Bar & Grille quesdilla Sarazen's Bar & Grille tacos Sarazen's Bar & Grille cheesecake

3. The Winery at Chateau Elan

Wine lovers unite!  Chateau Elan’s known for their vino and for good reason – their tasting room will leave you completely and utterly satisfied.  Choose from a handful of different drink options while you’re on site.  If you want to get a behind-the-scenes look at their process up close, go with their Chateau Tour & Tasting option.

Winery at Chateau Elan

For those of you staying at the resort overnight, the tour’s complimentary so opt for a wine flight instead.  A classic flight is only $35, and you get 7 very generous pours.  Make it premium for an additional $5, and choose from ANY wine on their list including their limited release Fingerprint Collection.  Book your tastings online and get them for a discounted rate of $40 and $35 respectively.  While you’re there, make sure you order a cheese plate to share!

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Winery at Chateau Elan cheese plate

4. Local Station

Located on 108 Brassie Lane, this tiny unpretentious restaurant will blow your mind.  Their food’s made to order so there’s a bit of a wait, but it’ll all be worth it when you take your first bite.  They have a wonderful selection of craft cocktails along with an impressive menu with plates featuring fresh, seasonal produce that’s sourced locally.  Their offerings rotate frequently, but you can’t go wrong with their bowls, chicken fingers or fish tacos.

Local Station chicken fingers Local Station fish tacos

5. The Galloping Galette

This charming French eatery specializes in crepes and galettes.  Whether you’re in the mood for something savory or sweet, you can count of TGG to deliver.  They have a variety of pre-selected combinations available so there’s a lot to choose from, but you have the option of customizing your own if nothing jumps out.  Rumor has it that their homemade caramel is to die for.  Enjoy your meal on their patio outside if weather permits or eat inside their quaint cafe for an unforgettable meal in downtown Braselton.

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6. Pat’s Eatery

Established in 2015, this small family-owned business serves comfort food to locals for affordable prices.  Looking to start the day off on a high note?  Get bottomless coffee and a $4 omelette stuffed with veggies to give you the kickstart you need.  They also serve substantial plates for lunch and dinner so if you’re in the mood for a formidable French dip, you know where to go.

Pat's Eatery omelette

Alright Nomsters, we hope you enjoyed our latest travel post.  Definitely make sure to bookmark this if you’re heading down South anytime soon.  For more delish content that will feed your feed, check back Monday, Thursday and Saturday.  Until then, feel free to browse our other tabs for recommendations in DC, MD, VA or SF.  Happy eating, friends!

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