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Ladling out a Taste of Fayette for F’ville crowds

Ladling out a Taste of Fayette for F’ville crowds

Area gourmands line up to sample local culinary delights May 15 at the gazebo in downtown Fayetteville as local restaurants provided samples for the annual A Taste of Fayette event sponsored by Main Street Fayetteville. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Bakery cafe in Peachtree City is even more 'Delightful'

Bakery cafe in Peachtree City is even more 'Delightful'

Something Delightful Bakery Cafe in Peachtree City is in its third year of operation and owner Mary Jane Hollister said year three is all about expansion.

“We made it through our first year and refined things in the second year,” Hollister said. “Year three is the time to expand.” Read More»

Beef O’Brady’s gives county’s families a great place to meet and eat

Beef O’Brady’s gives county’s families a great place to meet and eat

You don’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy Beef O’Brady’s in Peachtree City, but it helps.

Since 2001, Beef O’Brady’s has been a popular spot for casual, family dining. It’s a place where the kids can scramble off to the game room, the guys can get together to watch a game or people can just get together for an inexpensive quality meal. Read More»

Fork in the Road Cafe cooks up down home cooking

Fork in the Road Cafe cooks up down home cooking

It’s like going for a meal at your grandmother’s house and sitting down for a Southern-style meal where everything is made from scratch. That simple notion, one that is hard to find in today’s world of pre-packaged restaurant fare, is just one of the things that make Fork in the Road Cafe in Peachtree City a different and delectable dining experience. Read More»

TCBY is new destination at Braelinn Village

TCBY is new destination at Braelinn Village

From the minute you open the door and enter the new TCBY at Peachtree City’s Braelinn Village off Crosstown Rd., you can tell you’re in for a treat.

Armed with funky furniture and bright colors, this self-serve TCBY aims to be a destination, a place for people and families to go to enjoy a unique and healthy treat. In addition to the frozen yogurt, of which there are always 12 flavors on tap (18 if you count the twists), there are frozen pies and cakes and the Coca-Cola Freestyle Machine. Read More»

Something in The Picnic Basket for everyone

A collection of just some of the baked goods offered every day at The Picnic Basket. Photo/Michael Boylan.

If you could have perfect weather and the promise of no pesky insects interfering, everyone loves a picnic. The Picnic Basket, located at 303 Kelly Dr. Suite 1 in Peachtree City, provides a warm and cozy park-like atmosphere that can be enjoyed year round, whether it’s a swelteringly hot summer day or a cold and rainy winter afternoon. Read More»

Holy smokes!

From left are Leonard Harris, Pamela Range-Kellum and Frank Bell. Photo/Michael Boylan.

Uncle Frank’s BBQ wins them over with great food served in unassuming location

If you’ve traveled up Georgia Hwy 92 from Fayetteville towards Fairburn, you’ve likely driven right by Uncle Frank’s BBQ and never even noticed. In fact, unless you’ve stopped at the Chevron gas station where Frank Bell and Leonard Harris have set up shop for close to two years, you probably have missed it altogether. As anyone who has ever been fortunate enough to find this restaurant can tell you, that is a big mistake and one that should be remedied as soon as possible. Read More»

Peachtree City Picnic Basket offers something for everyone

Peachtree City Picnic Basket offers something for everyone

Fresh Food with Hometown Charm! That’s the motto of the Peachtree City Picnic Basket. The newest restaurant to hit the south side of Atlanta has the look of a franchise but the charm of a “Mom & Pop” store.  Read More»

Cutting the ribbon at The Half Shell

Cutting the ribbon at The Half Shell

The Half Shell in Fayetteville had a ribbon cutting with the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce on June 17. Owner Natalie Pitchford did the honors at the ceremony. The Half Shell, located at 805 Lanier Avenue in Fayetteville, is known for their fresh apalachicola oysters, their hot dogs and pulled pork bbq. Phone 770-460-4226 for more information. Photo/Special.

Just a taste

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Of course Foodie was at the annual Taste of Fayette event this past Sunday (you didn’t see a guy in a fedora and sunglasses?). Numerous area restaurants all putting their cuisine out there for the people to try? Fuhgeddaboutit. It’s a no-brainer. Foodie simply must attend an event like that. And what does Foodie think of Taste of Fayette, (since he’s apparently still writing in third person and some weird tense)?

Ehhh. Read More»

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