Home to 14 chef-owned-and-operated restaurants, the small Southern town of Cartersville, Georgia, packs a powerful culinary punch.
Stop at hometown favorite 4-Way Lunch on Main Street. This iconic diner has been a mainstay since 1931 and, believe it or not, they’ve never installed a telephone. Meaning, you’ll have to go to the 4-Way to place your order in person. With only 14 bar stools inside, the intimate atmosphere is part of the fun, where getting to know your neighbor is all part of the experience. Arrive hungry for a full southern breakfast, or enjoy “one-with-chili and fries with gravy,” which gets you a juicy burger drenched in homemade chili and a plate of fries drizzled with gravy.
For something a bit more upscale, head to Table 20. This modern-American, farm-to-table restaurant gets rave reviews from locals and visitors alike. Open for lunch and dinner, taste buds will revel in this ever-changing and flavorful menu. For an appetizer, try the crispy Brussels sprouts topped with bacon and caramelized onions. Or chow down on the smoky brisket sliders, drizzled with the house-made barbeque sauce, complete with apple slaw. For dinner, delight in the 12 oz. pork chop, patted with the house rub, topped with a demi-glace and served with a three-cheese-mac. Or, savor the wild mushroom ravioli, tossed in an herb pesto sauce and dotted with toasted walnuts. Table 20 also has a delicious and innovative cocktail list and dessert changes daily. Whether you’re looking for familiarity or fine dining, Cartersville, Georgia, serves tasty plates to please every palate.
For more Cartersville restaurant information, call the specialists at the Cartersville-Bartow Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-387-1357 or check out VisitCartersvilleGA.org.