Hiawassee is the county seat of Towns County, Georgia, United States. The community's population was 880 at the 2010 census. Its name is derived from the Cherokee—or perhaps Creek—word Ayuhwasi, which means meadow, (A variant spelling, "Hiwassee," is used for the local river and some other Appalachian place names.)
Things to do in Hiawassee
4.5 based on 311 reviews
Defiantly Like Nobody else! We pull to order,then it's hand chopped! Freshness you can taste! Smoked Pork,Chicken,Turkey and Ribs! "Where the locals eat" Come See Us! We are located 1/2 Mile west of the North Georgia Fairgrounds. On the right. Heading west towards Young Harris. Seating is limited! Summer Hours: Wednesday--Saturday. 11:00 Am--7:00 Pm Sunday. 11:00 Am--3:00 pm
FINALLY took time to stop and eat at this small unassuming BBQ joint.It's only open a few days a week so check before you go.
Food is really good and servings are plentiful. We had pulled pork, Brunswick stew, slaw, and BBQ beans. No complaints at all!
Prices are pretty typical for what you get.
4.5 based on 528 reviews
Service was not as good as I would have thought for such a nice restaurant. Food was okay. Kind of expensive for lunch menu.
3.5 based on 29 reviews
You can almost always count on D Q for good ice cream. This time even more so. My niece wanted a special order Blizzard and the server was happy to mix it up for her. She said it was wonderful. Good job Hiawassee D Q.
3.5 based on 8 reviews
Really wish this place wasn't in a grocery store.... it would be much better to actually have a coffee shop in town. Average Starbucks. Staff is always friendly.
4 based on 173 reviews
We started with complimentary warm chips and salsa. Hubby had Fajitas Vaquero, 2 taco-size shells and tons of filling( snack for later). Steak, shrimp, peppers, onions, mushrooms, full of flavor. I had shredded chicken quesadillas with sour cream, refried beans, guacamole, lettuce and tomato on the side.
All very good! We will return.
4.5 based on 279 reviews
We enjoyed breakfast here the Monday before Thanksgiving. Mary's was recommended to us by the front desk at our hotel. We enjoyed a big breakfast good but nothing special except for the biscuits and apple butter which were delicious! The fried cubed potatoes my husband ordered were good too. Eggs were not cooked as ordered so I had to disguise their runny yolks in my hashbrowns. Our waitress was very friendly but the hostess was not very welcoming and was almost scowling every time we saw her.
4.5 based on 218 reviews
The Oaks offers a fine dining experience with a seasonally influenced dinner menu, including fine steaks, prime rib, chicken, and fresh seafood selections. Beautiful presentations of fresh food, simply prepared, coupled with an attentive staff, makes The Oaks the perfect choice for intimate dining or entertaining. Enjoy casual elegance in a stately paneled dining room or cocktails on our lakefront terrace amidst beautiful surroundings.
Apparently there was a wedding party stay-over for brunch on Sunday Nov. 12th. Our waitress was also the bartender and she warned us of the delay/wait, repeatedly, and apologized profusely. The French toast was fried with a crispy batter and the bananas foster sauce wasn’t that good-it was more like a buttery drizzle. We were there with good friends, so the hour wait to get our food went by quickly. I
3.5 based on 221 reviews
Daniel’s Steakhouse has a wonderful buffet for either lunch or dinner. We just spent a few days in Hiawassee and ate at Daniel’s three times. We were never disappointed. Good salad bar as well as hot food buffet, all for a good price. The service was good, and it was obvious that “the locals” regularly dine there, since the wait staff knew many of the customers.
4 based on 230 reviews
The restaurat is is well worth going to. During the week they have ordering from the menu and on a Friday nights they have a seafood buffet. Saturday nights is a prime rib buffet and I prefer it over the seafood buffet. Service, cocktails, accompany the good food.
4 based on 151 reviews
Pretty mundane setting, out in the middle of nowhere. Does not accept credit cards,
only cash and checks. Atmosphere is marginal, somewhat crowded seating. Waitress was very knowledgable about menu and availability of some items.
Sirloin steaks were huge, fatty and tough, Fish was "skinny", Baked potatoes were real good. overall impression.. hardly worth t he drive. Prices were reasonable
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