|Address:||1108 N Grove St, Dahlonega, GA 30533, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Monday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Thursday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Friday:||11:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Saturday:||11:00 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Sunday:||11:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
Stopped in on a road trip after reading reviews! Upon entering, the first thing we noticed after the artwork was the staff's attentiveness. We were quickly seated and enjoyed a beverage before our tasty entrees arrived. The GM popped by our table to say hello and shared some local knowledge about the area. We've since sent friends and will be back when next in the area.
We've been looking forward to this welcome addition to our local dining options, and we were not disappointed with our first experience. We enjoyed our food, had an excellent selection of bar drinks, and received fantastic service. The meatloaf was especially enjoyable. We did not wait long to be seated even though it was busy. I know other reviews have mentioned the noise level, and it was definitely noticeable. If you are sensitive to that sort of thing, you might try the patio seating if the weather is good until some acoustic tiles or carpeting or something can be incorporated to quieten things down a little. Overall, though, we were happy with our experience and eagerly anticipate a return visit.
First This place doesn't know what it wants to be a bar or a restaurant. The place has a terrible layout. Only 2 booth and they are for 8 people. A small number of 4 person tables. They have 1 long table that must seat 20 with poor metal stools with no backs. About another 6 long high tables that seat 6 with metal stools, but have backs. There is not one place I would consider a good place to sit. The small tables are very close together. The bar takes over a 1/3 of the place with a small lounge area. They should have placed the bar along the wall where the small tables are located. Then place booth all along the walls when the bar and lounge are. Continue to replace the 6 seat high tables with booths. Remove the 20 seat table and place small tables there. Don't need a lounge, no one was using it. There is a long hallway in front with steels stools and 2 metal high tops. Makes no sense, you are sitting in a main traffic zone. Would have been better to knock out the wall and expand the restaurant into this space.
Now the food. Menu is really small. 4-5 plates , that do NOT include any vegetable. Burger and sandwiches. Decent amount of small plates. So is this a restaurant or a bar with bar food. No steaks.
Had the meatloaf sandwich and suppose to come with horse radish sauce, they just pull a small knife across the bun. Had to ask for more sauce. The meatloaf was bland. We had the shrimp and grits, which is really a gumbo on grit pancakes. This tasted good, but don't leave the tails on the shrimp!. Are we suppose to pull them off in a messy dish? So far as food goes, it is below average.
Would I go back? I don't know, it would be hard to go knowing there isn't a nice place to sit in the whole place.
So this place doesn't seem to know if it is a restaurant or just a bar. I don't think I would bring friends here to enjoy a meal. To sit at a long table with others seems like eating a a school cafeteria.
Best thing, they have lots of parking
Yes! We have another real food restaurant in town. Great looking place, great vibes, great food and service (Tyler treated us right!). Thrilled that we have another legit place to go and the location, not on the square, was a nice twist for us. We had the chicken wings, hummus, shrimp & grits, and thin sliced beef sandwich (French dip’ish) which were all $$$$! Wife had the spicey margarita, and yes it was spicey!, and I had a beer. Highly recommend and will be back!
We went to Public House with a larger group and I was amazed at the attentiveness of the staff. They checked in constantly, the food was amazing and the drinks were so, so good. We loved the atmosphere and had such a great experience. I can't wait to go back!