Fayetteville is a city in Fayette County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 15,945, up from 11,148 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Fayette County. Fayetteville is located 22 miles (35 km) south of downtown Atlanta.
Things to do in Fayetteville
4.5 based on 212 reviews
Found Broadway Diner several years ago and was wowed by the great food. Loved it!
Over time we’ve noticed the quality has suffered. Their delicious corned beef used to be pulled from a delectable roast served in its juices with cabbage and potatoes. I actually craved that meal! Now, it’s just sliced processed corned beef...lunch meat like...not nearly as good. Big disappointment! Burgers not as juicy, Gyro dry and ho hum. Even the fries and other sides have suffered.
Breakfast foods still good...great waffles and pancakes. Waffles probably best I’ve ever eaten, but the chicken portion of chicken and waffles a hard, over cooked chicken patty.
Desserts are still amazing!! Sometimes we drop by just to get a slice of cake or pie to go.
Hope they will return to former days of consistently good food all round.
4.5 based on 657 reviews
My wife and I have eaten at Frank's Old Mill Restaurant in Fayetteville, Georgia, on a number of occasions along the way. It has become one of our favorite restaurants in Fayetteville. The food and service are consistently excellent. And a table beside the windows overlooking the dam and the lake -- or millpond -- provides guests with a beautiful and relaxing place to share a memorable dining experience.
4.5 based on 235 reviews
Continental and German cuisine for Lunch and Dinner. In business since 1998. Beautiful relaxes setting with inside seating and outside seating. Many repeat customers. A true gem in our community. Also includes a bakery, with freshly baked goods, such as cakes, breads, pastries, wedding cakes, birthday cakes and some catering.
Let me say that I eat from City Cafe at least weekly. The lunch is great with your normal soups and salads. But the quality and the ambience makes your soup and salad even tastier. Now, when it comes to gourmet style baked goods. It’s...MoreThank you so much for your very kind words. Much appreciated !!!
4 based on 186 reviews
Don't know why we waited so long to try this place other than the parking. Had a terrific experience from start to finish. Our server Kristen was wonderful and very engaging. She is also Carrie Underwood's twin! The atmosphere is fun and bright, the food is excellent and the staff is outstanding!
4.5 based on 60 reviews
I have eaten here several times and have had a very good experience each time. The service is excellent as are most dishes. I lover the dumpling appetizer and highly recommend it. the dishes are pleantiful. The ambiance is not the best as it is in a stip mall on GA 54 but the food and service makes up for this. After all most people go to a restaurant for the food, not scenery.
4 based on 113 reviews
For the best Southeastern Mexican zest, your first and only stop must be La Parrilla Mexican Restaurant. Since 1994, we have been serving up a Fiesta, with exciting and delicious menu items that are sure to enchant and fascinate our guests. Currently with 16 locations in Georgia, one in Dothan, Alabama and one in Greenville, South Carolina. We are a great place to go for ardent lovers of the Mexican Cuisine.Our Chef and staff welcome our new and returning guests by preparing authentic Mexican entrees such as succulent enchiladas, juicy and tender fajitas, quesadillas, burritos and nachos all cooked to perfection and served in a beautiful atmosphere just like in sunny Mexico.It is also our pleasure to now offer you our fantastic Catering Service. Our wonderful personnel will create an entertaining Latin Fiesta in your home or office. Whatever the occasion, our authentic Mexican favorites are always crowd pleasures and we serve it up in a festive style to spice up your event.It is always a Fiesta at La Parrilla!
Although there are many Mexican restaurant in the local area, I believe this is the best. The food had a better flavor than other Mexican restaurants. I feel the reason was more spice and fresh ingredients.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Great job on the style makeover. Creative decor has turned what was built as a school cafeteria into much more of a restaurant atmosphere. And it is now easier to get to this part of the building, as you no longer have to go in the main front entrance or get a badge. This is great - much less walking involved since you can now park at that end and go in the doors which are just outside the restaurant space. An excellent improvement.
Still primarily a weekday lunch buffet, but they now offer some dinners and breakfast or brunch - call to check operating days and hours.
My first time back since the remodel was a late lunch on the Friday before Christmas. They had king crab legs, carving meats, and fried fish, priced at just under $20 per person, and it was packed.
They now have a hostess to seat people, and she assigns a table number when she calls your name. However, when she is away from her station, some people go on in, although there is a lectern at the door with a guest list and pen on it. I don't know what happens when those folks come out of the serving line with their food and don't have an assigned table number.
When the hostess calls your name, enter the restaurant space, and proceed back to the cash register. After you pay, you then enter the buffet line.
Buffet line -
Salad offerings are still nice and house made, now mostly pre-assembled - such as a wedge or a Greek, but they do still have nice loose greens and dressings. I do miss the variety of salad bar toppings, but understand that this new way keeps the line moving faster and is probably easier to manage.
Glad they still also have nice fresh cut fruit.
As always, there are several protein options - at least one fish or seafood, one poultry, and one beef choice. Then comes the vegetables, starches, and breads. Last is dessert - and I like the new way they served it the day I was there - slivers of various pies on paper muffin cup wrappers. The small size makes it possible to try more than one without getting over stuffed, and I imagine there is much less waste, which is always a good thing.
Just outside the buffet line is the drinks area, which now contains soda dispensers, etc.
I had never tried king crab legs before, and they were tasty. I appreciated the nice large bowls they serve them in, which made great receptacles for the shells after cracking.
Next to the cash register there is now a bar area, where it is possible to sit at a counter and order burgers. On the other side of that is an open refrigerated case containing grab-and-go items for purchase. I'm sure those who work in the building appreciate having faster, simpler options available in addition to the nice buffet which draws in the public.
Another new feature in the cafe is a glass case just inside the hostess stand doorway which contains lovely desserts available for purchase. This is nice to look at on your way out, but if you want to buy anything, you must find someone to get it out of the case for you, then go back to the cashier station to pay for it. I found that setup too inconvenient to consider making a purchase. If they really want to sell from that station, they will need to staff it.
Hubby and I enjoyed our lunch there and will return.
4 based on 205 reviews
I drove from another state to visit this “Hawaiian” Chick-fil-a and was disappointed. The food was alright, definitely not as good as their original recipes and much more expensive. I did enjoy the more restaurant feel of the place and their outdoor deck. What bothered me the most was the way they handled my check. They brought me my check with the total and took my card. When they brought my final receipt they had charged me more than what was originally shown. After looking at both papers I noticed that they charged me for getting udon noodles instead of pasta salad with my meal even though they were the ones who informed me they didn’t offer the pasta salad anymore so I shouldn’t have been charged for that. I wasnt going to fuss with the staff over a $1 but probably won’t go back knowing they practice this level of dishonesty.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We came to Peachtree, GA. to visit my daughter and her family just transferred back here from Florida... While we drive around to discover the cities, we looked for a good Vietnamese Restaurant via Internet... We finally picked this one. The place is nice and clean. The food is so tasty... We lived in Houston, where had so many great Oriental foods, Restaurants... but we have to say this place cooked good food. We like Pho Beef Soup, Bun Bo Hue (Spicy Beef white noodle Soup), white noodle with eggroll+grilled pork serve with Vietnamese fish sauce... The staffs are great. The owner is so friendly... We well recommended!
4 based on 110 reviews
Excellent food every time! Larry's choice is my favorite...chopped steak with onions and mushrooms. steak fries are great. local bands on some weekends are a plus. wicked pimento cheese dip is a great starter, best burgers on the southside and I love the atmosphere.
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