Reviews on American food in Cordele, Georgia, United States. Cordele is a city in Crisp County, Georgia, United States. The population was 11,147 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Crisp County.
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4 based on 57 reviews
Lakefront casual dining and bar experience located at Lake Blackshear Resort - open seasonally March thru October. Cypress Grill features live music every weekend and a terrific Summer Concert Series. Courtesy dock available for those arriving by boat.
We are in Georgia for a wedding a bunch of us went here last night!Had a blast of a time great pub style food good deals on jugs and wings!Had a decent pizza,good service no complaints from us.Live Music too.
3 based on 232 reviews
I also find some Cracker Barrel to be excellent but this is very sad. Server was fine And prompt but food was below average. I asked for mayo and was told they had none. My wifeâs dinner(chicken) came cold. She sent it back and when brought out this time was just barely Luke warm. We gave up. Ate what we could and left. Stay out of this if you can find someplace else here to suit your tastes
4 based on 37 reviews
We stopped in for lunch on our way home. We order gator bites and jalapeÃ±o poppers as appetizers. The gator bites were very good. The poppers were not very good, very little pepper with lots of cheese. We had the shrimp and oyster Po Boys. They were good. We would definitely stop by for lunch again.
4 based on 34 reviews
While on a recent trip to Cordele, my friend saw this place advertised on TV, and while driving by the restaurant, we decided to stop in. My friend had a box (2 pieces of chicken with cole slaw and fries) and I had a chicken breast sandwich. Dining is outdoors only, so we took order back to the RV park. The food was good. Nothing fancy, but I will probably stop by again next time I'm in Cordele.
3 based on 84 reviews
For more than 65 years Denny's has been bringing people together over great food. It's the place where people can relax and be themselves; where they can enjoy classic American comfort food and everyday value. 24 hours a day. 365 days a year. Here, you ca
Passing thru early in the A.M., I stopped in and saw the advertisement for the "Grand Slam" @ $4.00. I thought to myself, "Get out of Dodge". Low and behold, it is. I quick;y opted for this option, and with Coffee, I was out ~ $6:25 total. The decor was quite pleasant; this particular place is separated form the old school counter/ with stainless siding to the sit down dinning area. the meal was presented in rather quick timing, seeing there was only three other tables occupied. The card reader was down, fortunately I had cash, phew! In the event you pass thru stop in! I'd return.
3 based on 143 reviews
What can I say best value for money out there,want seafood want steak want pasta want salads?Its all here if you canât find what you want here your in trouble!Not to mention amazing dessert selection!Try the banana pudding !
4 based on 116 reviews
Fabulous lakefront dining experience at Lake Blackshear Resort and Golf Club - open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Friday and breakfast and dinner Saturday and Sunday. Our 88's Bar is open at 5pm daily with screened outdoor patio and incre
My family stayed at the Lake Blackshear Resort and this restaurant was easily accessible. We were pleasantly surprised with the food quality and the excellent service. The prices are a bit high, but worth it for convenience.We started with the pimento cheese appetizer and it was a great choice. We then had the prime rib, a burger, and the NY strip. Each item was prepared just as we requested and came in a timely manner. The sides were exceptional!
4 based on 331 reviews
I have to start by saying that it takes a lot to disappoint me when I go to a restaurant. Sadly, my visit to 16 East Bar and Grill was a big disappointment. After 9 hours on the road, my wife and I decided to stop in Cordele. After doing some online searches, and asking the front desk of our hotel for dining recommendations, we settled on 16 East. Upon arrival it's a cute, funky looking place (nice job with the decorating). So we were excited once we were seated.Our first "scare" was our waiter. While he was a very nice guy, he was a "low talker" -- very hard to hear over the regular noise in the restaurant. Our second issue was our drink order -- it took almost 20 minutes to receive the beer I ordered and dinner rolls that the waiter offered at the start. Over the course of the meal it was difficult to get our waters refilled as well. I got the feeling the waiter might be new, but nothing was ever mentioned.When the food showed up, I had ordered the Grilled Chicken sandwich with fries, but received the Fried Chicken version, while it looked very good I had to ask the waiter to correct the issue, he never checked to see if everything was good/correct.My wife had the Smothered Chicken, sadly the chicken could best be described as shoe leather - very tough and dry.We sent each entree back, and asked for the same entrees, just corrected. We waited almost another 40 minutes to get the new entrees. On a positive note, my sandwich was now grilled (and tasty), BUT I was re-gifted with my previous order of fries, now cold and mushy. My wife's new Smothered Chicken was only marginally better than the first attempt. And, while she had specified no mushrooms with the first order (and received no mushrooms), with the second order, mushrooms showed up.Throughout the meal the lack of waitstaff attention continued, which again, I chalk up to being new on the job. All the other tables received numerous visits from waitstaff, and all were finished before we were.At the end of 2 hours at the restaurant I had to go in search of a manger so we could request the check, out waiter was AWOL. Another patron who may have been a "regular" asked what was wrong, and after I went off a bit, she was able to find the manager who promptly brought the check.Sadly, I can't recommend 16 East. Perhaps it was just an off night and not the norm. I just know that if we drive by Cordele while on I-75 in the future, Hardee's gets my money!
4 based on 248 reviews
Stopped in Cordele on our way to Ten, and checked for places to eat, Smoakies was recommended by our Hotel clerk, It's a old fasion restaurant, we very good BBQ, I had the pork plate, my wife had the brisket, it was all very good. Would recommend this place to anyone looking for a familay place to eat, No alcohale.
4 based on 205 reviews
An excellent visit to Daphne's Lodge. Wonderful food, very attentive service, and a nice quiet atmosphere. We enjoyed the fried flounder and the grouper. Large portions and a very nice salad with homemade dressings. The owner sat down with us and showed us one of the menus from the late 1950s. Very comfortable and planning a return visit in near future. We with an initial visits and multiple visits after that!
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