Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Dahlonega. Dahlonega sits at the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail on Springer Mountain. It was the site of the first major U.S. gold rush—in 1828, 20 years before the California gold rush. Dahlonega's commercial district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s home to wineries,a thriving performing and visual arts scene and plenty of outdoor activities all year round.
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4 based on 329 reviews
i have a monthly meeting in dahlonega (don't live there), and have eaten out downtown about 3 dozen times. but somehow i'd never noticed this place. and now it's my favorite restaurant in town. went with a group of 12 last night for dinner, and went back for lunch today. i had a caprese salad (which was perfect) and a 'small' calzone with italian sausage (the 'small' calzone could feed two people), which was just fantastic, and loaded with ricotta cheese. i will be back many times.
4 based on 81 reviews
Worst food in North Georgia, terrible customer service. Got a raw, pink hamburger that bled on the plate. My friends got nachos that had shredded cold cheese just thrown on top of what seemed like grocery store Tostitos. Took too long to get service so ended up leaving with no dinner eaten. Messaged on FB and they said "come back for a $25 gift card". Ummm.. no thanks, Mr. E. Coli...
For Papa John's Pizza in Dahlonega, GA, the secret to success is much like the secret to making a better pizza - the more you put into it, the more you get out of it. Whether it's our signature sauce, toppings, our original fresh dough, or even the box it
Decided to pick up pizza for family movie night, had a community discount card for free cheese pizza with reg pizza order. I would rather order online but had to phone in because of card, they have to be able to find better help, guy tried to get off the phone twice while I was ordering without letting me finish. Pizza was really good, just order online.
4 based on 13 reviews
We had gone one day for lunch and found it to be good. We have always liked Pizza Hut's crust -- what's not to like? It's greasy and crunchy at the same time! We had a coupon and literally ate for like $11. For a family of three, that is a steal. We went back about a month later. The lettuce on the salad bar was floating in some kind of liquid and I was told it had just been "shocked" -- is it a pool? I thought it was a bowl of lettuce. The Thousand Island dressing had a hair in it. Our bill came and it was like $30. This after I told the waitress about the hair in the dressing...We still held on to our memories of when Pizza Hut was good...you know, the '80's...and went back. We did not get the salad bar this time (we have learned, repeatedly, to not get anything on a salad bar...). It was OK. The pizza was decent but the not spectacular. But, OK.I wish I could give this a rating between the poor and average, because this is really what I'd rate it. I think the time you go in has a lot to do with it -- during the week, when it's slow may not be the best time. We've been three times, once was great, 2nd was disgusting, and the 3rd was just OK. It may be worth a roll of the dice though, given pizza options in Dahlonega.
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