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Jun 23, 2011 09:10 AM

Peachtree City

Visiting from LA and needing to have dinner with family in Peachtree City. . . . Looked online and only found IHOP and BBQ chains . . . .Any rec's for good food in that area??

Peachtree Cafe
99 Jeff Davis Rd, Thomaston, GA 30286

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    1. re: POY

      Not much here, but just went for the first time to Big Daddy's Oyster Bar (in the Fresh Market shopping center) and was pleasantly surprised...seafood-y, dive-bar, type place...fun and decent food. Otherwise, it's pretty dismal with all the chains. There is one independent place - Pascal's Bistro. Very nice.

      If you are willing to drive a bit, try the restaurants at Serenbe (The Hil or The Farmhouse) or Founder's in Senoia.

      Pascal's Bistro
      217 Commerce Dr, Peachtree City, GA 30269

      Big Daddy's Oyster Bar
      101 Crossings E Ste 3, Peachtree City, GA 30269

      Hil Restaurant
      9110 Selborne Ln Ste 110, Palmetto, GA 30268

    2. Another vote for Big Daddy's, if you're after oysters; owner also specializes in soup, and the burgers are good. Basic bar food done well.

      Carrabba's Italian chain is here, but for a franchise, the service is outstanding, consistent, and so is the food.

      If you guys want to drive a little bit, head to Senoia, to Maguires (http://maguiresirishpub.com/GreatFood/), Irish flavored and beautiful inside, along with good service.

      Its another steakhouse, but Ted's Montana Grill is fun and tasty, especially if you like Ted Turner! :) http://www.tedsmontanagrill.com/ He's raising bison and offering that aside regular beef and chicken.

      If you want a wider range of seafood in a nice environment, The Georgia Shrimp Company is a great option (http://www.georgiashrimpco.com/). The owner, from South Africa, does amazing things at reasonable prices.

      For unexpectedly good Mexican, check out La Hacienda (http://www.la-hacienda2.net/) and/or El Reposo (http://www.retreattomexico.com/)