Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Villa Rica, Georgia, United States. Villa Rica /ˌvɪləˈrɪkə/ is a city in Carroll and Douglas counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. The population was 4,134 at the 2000 census. By the 2010 census, the population had grown to 13,956, an increase of approximately 238%.
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Our youngest son and I decided to eat dinner at our local Arby's in Villa Rica, Ga, just off of I-20 west of Atlanta. My son had the Cravin' Chicken Combo and I decided to try the new Smokehouse Brisket Combo. My son said his chicken sandwich was good and you could not go wrong making that choice. I was very impressed with the Smokehouse Brisket sandwich. It was a great combination of topping and the sauce had just the right amount of bit to it. I recommend anyone eating at Arby's to try the Smokehouse Brisket while they are still carrying it. The Villa Rica Arby's was very clean and the atmosphere was low key. We were able to enjoy our dinner without interruption from loud patrons. The staff were very courteous and prompt.
Stopped in w the wife to try the new mango habenaro wings and they were really tasty. And of course, Tracy behind the bar is always on it.
The Otherside is a Steakhouse style restaurant with southern influence. We offer dinner service Wednesday through Saturday and brunch/Lunch on Sunday. We offer nightly specials along with a carefully selected menu.
We dined yesterday for the first time at The Other Side, the restaurant adjacent to Uncorked on Main in Villa Rica. The Sunday Brunch Menu is limited, but varied enough for most tastes. The special yesterday was a pimiento cheese sandwich on thick white toasted bread served with a tomato-basil soup, which got rave reviews from my dining companion. The Eggs Benedict were perfect: fresh English muffin, each half topped with a slice of country ham that completely covered the muffin, topped with a poached egg and lots of creamy Hollandaise sauce and slices of green onion. Fingerling potatoes accompanied the Eggs Benedict. The Caesar salad was more than enough, also fresh and well composed, and delicious served with cornbread croutons. Service was prompt and attentive and very friendly. We will return for other than Sunday Brunch, but surely on most Sundays for brunch.
We went in very cooool place the garage door being opened. Music packed.beautifull bar .the place definitely has a/ indusrial /loft /woodsy//eclectic cool vibe. well thought out......we purchased all tha beers ..they all was good ..The best 2 we like .was the IPA...and the german one ....was offf tha chain .Great...we will be back.
3 based on 82 reviews
Our menu is filled with classic American dishes like steak, salmon, burgers, sandwiches and salads, as well as other traditional favorites like slow-roasted prime rib and our famous chicken tenders, all at a great value.
We stopped by OâCharleyâs in Villa Rica for dinner on our way home from Charleston. This is a fantastic OâCharleyâs location! The food and service were terrific. I ordered a salad and loaded baked potato soup which tasted great. My husband and son ordered the chicken tender entrees and were very pleased, as well. If we are ever in the area again, we wonât hesitate to stop by for a bite to eat.
4 based on 32 reviews
We always eat at Martin's while visiting this area. The biscuits and gravy with tenderloin are a favorite. Sometimes I have scrambled egg and sausage biscuit. The menu offers a variety of breakfast items. Prices are very reasonable. The restaurant is small, you order at the counter and seating is limited, but usually available. I haven't had lunch, but looks like a nice selection also. I think there is a line at the drive thru and inside anytime they are open. It is just good food, fast, with friendly service. Convenient location in Villa Rica, a short drive from Interstate 20.
4 based on 115 reviews
Country Cooking, Steaks and BBQ. D fashion customer service and a friendly environment. Come joins us for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner.
I canât comment on the quality of the food, but because of the service, we will not return. We waited over 40 minutes for our meal, and left before it came. Our waitress was very friendly, but when we left we were told our order was marked in the kitchen as âfilled.â She should have found that out a lot sooner. The place is very crowded, so the other reviews should be considered. But leaving a customer without a meal (breakfast at that) for over 40 minutes is a big caution. We are very sorry that this was your experience but unfortunately when we are so busy and there are 186 people in the restaurant at these times our best is not the same as when we are not as busy. I wish that werenât the case because we never not want to do our very best. We do care when these things happen and we never like to hear that anyone is only going to give us one chance. I know that if you will not judge us so harshly over one visit that you will love the food and will want to come back. We have been in business starting our 12th year and we are one of the busiest restaurants in Villa Rica because we try so hard. Please try us again and ask for Miss Holly. Thank you.
4 based on 131 reviews
Visited for the first time for an evening function. Attractive interior, good atmosphere. Site of huge 1957 natural gas explosion...look it up. Chat and Chew was a pharmacy at the time. Good location except parking. I dislike Villa Rica's angle parking and lack of parking lots. Staff was attentive and professional. Salad and roll were very good, as was the balsamic vinaigrette I had, though is was prepackaged. With this function I had a choice of rib eye, chicken, or pork as my entree. I chose the rib eye, medium rare, and would choose differently next time. The mashed potatoes served with the steak were great, as was the cherry pie/ice cream dessert. If my rating was based on my entree, it would be 3 out 5, but I know banquet food is not a good indicator of the regular menu, thus I rate 4 out of 5. Worth a return visit.
4 based on 213 reviews
Went to Gabeâs on recommendation from friends - they were right!! Their bread was excellent, New Orleans style, hot and tender and their coffe was rich and dark, French-style. We had their special that day (blackened catfish po-boy) which was good but their fried shrimp po-boy was HUGE and super good!! Fries were good, too. Had a cup of gumbo - although a dark roux and thin (my preferred), the chicken and sausage werenât plentiful and the oily surface was too much. I get that sausage will throw off some oil but this looked like redeye gravy, there were so many âeyesâ. Some more work to do on gumbo.....but overall, a very good meal. Weâll be back!!
4 based on 175 reviews
Evanâs barbecue was very good, service also very good (we guessed it would because police cars were parked in the lot for lunch - they know!!!). Weâll be back because we want to try other specials - chopped pork sandwich was excellent but their wings were so-so. Will try ribs and brisket next!!!
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