Besides the fact that Georgia is famous for its juicy and delicious peaches, this American state is also offering a great and vast diversity of many other delicious options you can enjoy. From hole-in-the-wall, American favourite barbeque to the upscale and more luxurious fine dining alternatives, Georgia is yet another place that knows how to prepare and present food so it is mouth-watering and finger-licking good. No matter if you are up to a bit more sophisticated cuisine, or you are happy with the street food culinary, Georgia will cater to all your needs and desires. No matter the vast diversity of cuisines, classic Southern cuisine delicacies are well-represented and well-respected in this beautiful state. Some of the statements on the table in Georgia are fried chicken, of course, washed down with sweet tea, also the delicious jambalaya, sweet corn, coleslaw, black-eyed peas, sweet potato, etc.
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The historic building we call home underwent restoration to welcome our guests. Built in 1906 by C.S. Thompson, as the Bank of Covington, it has had quite a past. Over the years it has been home to many businesses such as Peggy Lee dress shop, Sears, Kesler’s Billard Parlor and Pools shoes, Butter Cup Bakery, Mickey’s Grill and Alexander & Royston law firm just to name a few. Also, on this lot in 1883, stood a saloon belonging to “Col.” Robert Bagby who still makes his presence known here on occasion. We invite you to come and experience the excitement here on the historic downtown Covington square.
Located downtown Atlanta, in the Castleberry Hill Arts District, Paschal’s has a rich history that dates back to 1947 when the Paschal brothers, James and Robert Paschal opened their first location at 831 West Hunter Street in Atlanta, Georgia. The brothers decided ‘Fried Chicken’ would be the speciality of the house, and with that mandate, Robert created his ‘secret recipe’.