Reviews on Soups food in Clayton, Georgia, United States. Clayton is a city in Rabun County, Georgia, United States. The population was 2,019 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Rabun County and is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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4 based on 142 reviews
Tuesday - Saturday from 11am until 3pm. Join us for lunch with a menu that changes weekly and daily specials. Or contact us form creative customized catering!!!
Had lunch and it was good. My daughter had the quiche and I had a salad. I think more food options would be nice but we enjoyed what we had.
4 based on 181 reviews
Enjoy a quiet afternoon relaxing on our patio (furry friends welcome), sipping wine, beer, coffee, or tea. We serve locally sourced hand crafted cuisine.
We had lunch at Grapes & Beans yesterday. From the moment they greet you as you come through the door until you leave they treat you like a cherished friend. The ambience is modern farm home and the outdoor patio seating is covered, enabling enjoying the outdoors even on a drizzly day. I had a cup of the tomato bisque and split a grilled cheese sandwich and salad with a friend. The bisque has a lovely layering of flavors topped with black sesame seeds. The grilled cheese was elevated and the side of pearl couscous was delectable. My husband had the bisque and a meatloaf sandwich, both of which he truly enjoyed. We will be back...Thanks for visiting us and the kind words. We hope to see you again soon!
We serve fresh Deli Sandwiches, homemade soups and have daily Blue Plate Specials. We also serve a wonderful breakfast that includes omelets made with our fresh Deli meats and cheeses
Main street deliLocated in the heart of the Claytonâs historic downtown, this restaurant has only been open since 2018. The decor is a western theme with a movie celebrity vibe with pictures of Marylin Monroe and the Rat Pack. They have an interesting silent video playing on a TV over the door showing historic pictures of Clayton. The left side of the restaurant has booths that have a nice visual divide between them. The right side of the restaurant has tables with cattlemanâs cabin style furniture and bar level seating options. The walls throughout have pictures and paintings of western scenes. The background music was low enough to allow easy conversation.Their varied menu has lots of options. When we saw the breakfast menu, we decided we would return early Friday morning for breakfast. I enjoyed my water with lemon more than my wifeâs sweet tea, which was like that which is served in a lot of restaurants. For lunch, my wife decided to have a Smothered Hot Dog and I chose the Supreme Chefâs Salad. The highlight of the lunch was the delicious Sweet Potato SoufflÃ© that was served in a small, heated bowl. Her Smothered Dog was covered with a very good home-made chili topped with chopped onions and oyster crackers. My salad had very generous amounts of ham, turkey, bacon and red onions, and cheese. I prefer iceberg lettuce so I left most of the Arugula lettuce. Our lunch experience gave us confidence that we would probably enjoy lots of their other options as well. They are about to open an Italian restaurant in an adjoining building which will have a wine license. The owner/manager has over thirty years experience in the restaurant business and is very personable and made us feel very welcome. The whole staff seems to work as a coordinated team.
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