'Second Helpings' from metro area gems

'Second Helpings' from metro area gems

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Does your summer road trip include mouth-watering stops at mom-and-pop eateries?  Ours does, and it'll be even better with the help of a new Southern Living book!  Off the Eaten Path: Second Helpings is dedicated to finding the best meals in the south-- and it features some great restaurants right here in north Georgia. 

Good Day's Paul Milliken checked out two of those gems-- The Hil in Serenbe, and Weaver D's in Athens!  As usual, he didn't leave hungry. 

CLICK ON THE VIDEOS ABOVE TO WATCH BOTH SEGMENTS!

More info:
The Hil

9110 Selborne Lane 
Palmetto, GA 30268
(770) 463-6040
CLICK HERE FOR A LINK TO THEIR WEBSITE


Weaver D's
1016 E Broad Street
Athens, GA 30601
(706) 353-7797
CLICK HERE FOR A LINK TO THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE

 

 

 

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