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Fun Places To Visit In Georgia: The Blue Willow Inn

Tourist Attractions in Georgia: The Blue Willow InnThe Blue Willow Inn is one of the more appetizing places to visit in Georgia.  Sitting in the center of the historic district of Social Circle, the Blue Willow Inn boasts amazing southern food and warm southern hospitality.  In 1992, author Lewis Grizzard dined at the Blue Willow Inn Restaurant and graced the facility with an article raving about his delicious dining experience. If you are looking for true Southern soul food that will put a smile on your face, the Blue Willow Inn is a must on your list of places to visit in Georgia!

While the Olympics were held in Atlanta, the Blue Willow Inn Restaurant was a frequent tourist attraction in Georgia and hosted athletes from around the world. This guest list included former chancellor of Germany, Helmut Kohl, many ambassadors, and the military leadership of the Republic of Georgia.

In 1996 through 2001, the Blue Willow Inn proved that it was one of the best places to eat in Georgia when it was given the Southern Living Magazine Readers’ Choice Award for “Best Small Town Restaurant” and was on the USA Today’s top ten lists in 2003 and 2004. The inn was also featured in the Food Network’s top five list in 2004 as one of the best “Bodacious Buffets” in the United States.  Folks from all over the country have visited the Blue Willow Inn Restaurant to get a bite of this delicious traditional southern cooking.  It would not be an exaggeration to say that the Blue Willow Inn serves the most scrumptious southern food in the state of Georgia!

The Blue Willow Inn Restaurant is continually called the best restaurants in the south and the best place to eat in Georgia.  Guests from all over the world have come to the Inn to experience true hospitality.  So, the next time you’re in Georgia, stop by the Blue Willow Inn Restaurant and experience the old south!

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