Adairsville is a city in Bartow County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 4,648. Adairsville is an exurban city at the northwest edge of metro Atlanta. Adairsville is 12 miles (19 km) south of Calhoun, 18 miles (29 km) northeast of Rome and 61 miles (98 km) north of Atlanta.
Things to do in Adairsville
4.5 based on 175 reviews
Come as you are. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Woodlands Grill overlooks the picturesque Fazio-designed golf course and serves as the social hub of the resort. Playful renditions on Southern regional comfort food as well as skillfully cooked prime cuts of meats find perfect pairings with our wine list along with an extensive craft beer and spirit selection. The menu is enhanced by the ambiance of an English hunting lodge and sweeping views of the golf course and surrounding hills. The cozy Wine Library offers private dining. After an active day, meet up in the evening for an inviting drink and a game of billiards at Dugan's Tavern, The Woodlands Grill Lounge. Updated seasonally, The Woodlands Grill chefs offer menu options for vegetarian and gluten-free items to accommodate your preferences. Reservations are highly recommended for dinner. Please call 770.773.7480.
Nice place to grab something when staying on property. The service was great, food was very good. Ambience was excellent and romantic. We will be back.Thank you for dining with us at The Woodlands Grill. How wonderful to hear that you enjoyed the service and food while on property. We will see you next time!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Incredible selection of fresh doughnuts and pastries. Very friendly owner. My favorites so far are the apple fritters and chocolate-glazed, custard-filled doughnuts. Open 7 days. Love supporting the small business owner!
4.5 based on 75 reviews
We visited the day before Mother's Day. The carving station was roast pork, served with au jus or horseradish sauce, like it was roast beef or prime rib. This made me laugh. The salad bar was average to say the least. Not a lot of dressings to choose from or salad options. Just fair. The meat loaf was crumbly and hard to get a real piece. Fried chicken was ok. Veggies were not canned, which was a good thing. As for the dessert, the lemon cake was sweet, but not a lot to choose from. All in all, not worth $11.95 per person...for that price you need to stand out. Might I suggest a lower price or go to Golden Corral for about the same price and much more variety.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
The Rice House is currently closed for the season. It will reopen on Friday, February 10 for Valentine's Dinner. <br><br>Regular dinner service will resume Friday, February 24.<br><br>Hours:<br><br>Valentine's Dinner Fridays & Saturdays, February 10-11 & 17-18<br>5:30-10 p.m.<br><br>Beginning February 24, Fridays & Saturdays<br>5:30-10 p.m.<br><br><br>To ensure you are able to dine at your preferred time, reservations are highly recommended. Please send us an e-mail or call 770.773.7480.<br>The 19th century farmhouse, now known as the Rice House restaurant, serves as the historical cornerstone on the north lawn of the resort. Meticulously dismantled on the original Rice Plantation in nearby Rome, Georgia before it was carefully relocated and resurrected at Barnsley Resort, our culinary team pays homage to the home's Southern heritage. Our chefs rely on locally farm-grazed cattle and garden-grown produce (inquire about what is grown here at the resort) as well as taking inspiration from what is in the moment and unexpected in his interpretation of modern farmhouse cuisine.<br><br>The Sun Porch and two small private dining rooms are perfect for guests wishing to entertain friends or colleagues.
This is a fine dining experience. The food choices were very good. The service was also excellent. Our family enjoyed this restaurant very much.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
located in the 1902 Stock Exchange
Being in the area, we referred to TripAdvisor to find an interesting place for lunch. MaggieMay’s Tea Room met that definition.
MMTR is located in what used to be called a Mercantile in small towns. The Mercantile was where you went for dry goods, in this case there’s a wide range of items, including home deco ideas and books.
MMTR makes up only about a quarter of the space in the building; they only serve lunch and I can’t imagine, unless a tour bus stops, that this restaurant is ever crowded. We were there at noon on a week day and at no time was there ever more than one other couple dining.
I don’t suspect that MMTR management ever intends to serve a “quick lunch,” instead prefers to make lunch more of an event. This is a white cloth tablecloth and cloth napkin sort of place.
The food is very good, and portions do not suffer from the appreciation experienced in many restaurants. That’s not to say that the portions are small. Simply, you won’t be uncomfortably stuffed at the end of the meal.
MMTR is located in the historic downtown section of town, not the area readily accessed by the interstate. Take the time; get off the main drag and enjoy lunch.
4 based on 39 reviews
Looking for a place to eat after checking into the hotel. Very busy and noisy but the food was good. There were many combinations to choose from. Service was good considering it was a Friday night.
3.5 based on 85 reviews
This is the third Cracker Barrel that we've been to in the area and the food is the same... NOT HOT. I asked for the food to be replaced with hot food and they brought out the same cold food. We won't return to any Cracker Barrel restaurants.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
This Burger King is good, clean and service is good, nothing negative about it, I stop in at this location often and always get good food and good service. Recommend it to everyone.
4 based on 17 reviews
I must admit I certainly was not expecting much, But the food at Okinawa was extremely good. The portions were extremely large and the food was very fresh. You could actually sit and watch the chef prepare the food from the restaurant tables
4 based on 16 reviews
Stopped in for some chicken tenders and the delicious zaxbys sauce. Tried the white cheddar cheese curds for the first time and they were great. The lady who took our order, Doris, was very personable and friendly. The average review was because the chicken tenders were way too salty, almost unedible. We had our order to go and were on the road, so we could not go back to let them know. But that will make us think twice about coming back, we have had the 'too salty' experience at zaxbys before, so I unfortunantly do not think it is an isolated incident.
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