Flowery Branch is a city in Hall County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 5,679. It is part of the Gainesville, Georgia metropolitan area, and lies on the shores of Lake Lanier.
Things to do in Flowery Branch
4.5 based on 198 reviews
Nicholas and Alison St.Clair would like to welcome you to Antebellum. We opened our doors in early 2012. Antebellum is located in the Historic District of Flowery Branch. Our menu consists of locally grown vegetables and humanely raised animals. We hope our guests experience hospitality and southern ingredients at their finest. Antebellum is a celebration of southern cuisine.
My husband took me there for my birthday. It is an old house but I did expect a little more decor. I thought the food was wonderful. My husband choose the Vidalia Onion Soup, the Caesar Salad, and Shrimp and Grits. He felt the soup was delicious but the Shrimp and Grits was superb. I had the Carrot Soup, the Butter Lettuce Salad and the Coriander and Ginger Pan Seared Wild Scallops. I loved every morsel. My husband had ordered a piece of dessert for me, which was devine. It was a warm chocolate chip cookie base with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. My husband did not care for the coffee. Our waitress was very nice, knowledgeable, and extremely patient with my questions. We did not have any alcohol and our dinner came to approx $116. I expected it to be more. We have already made plans to return.
5 based on 25 reviews
went in to get a treat for my grand daughter and left with a couple of extra for me.good selection and very fresh
4 based on 22 reviews
Love everything about this place aside from the wait time for food. Drinks and service are great, food is terrific. With such a small kitchen, be prepared to wait a bit longer than normal for your freshly-made order.
4.5 based on 242 reviews
Crossroads Grille is everything you need in a local family owned restaurant! Carefully Sourced, Hand Cut steaks grilled to your liking day and night! We also offer fresh seafood options like char-grilled Salmon and Fried Calamari to name a few. Our menu is prepared by hand, daily! We offer great specials like Prime Rib each and every Monday and Thursday beginning at 4:00PM. Need something to wet your whistle? Our full bar and friendly bar staff have you covered! We take great pride in the guest experience, and our friendly, knowledgeable service staff are always here to make sure you enjoy your stay! We cant wait to see you here!
We visited the Crossroads on the basis of a recommendation from our friends who are locals. Wow, were they right! I am not kidding when I say they treated us like VIP's ! From our waitress to the owner visiting our table, and freshly grinding pepper on my salad herself, they made our family feel so special. On top of that the food was great! They are known for their Cuban sandwiches, we also tried the Philly cheesesteak and fish tacos. Everything was a hit! We can't wait to visit our friends again and visit this very special place ! We heard their steaks are amazing, so that's what we are trying next!
5 based on 6 reviews
Always fresh and friendly!! I love to stop in with my kids and get a special healthy snack. They are very quick and super friendly. Decent prices and lots of choices!!
4 based on 241 reviews
Fish Tales at Hideaway Bay Marina was founded in 2010 by owners Dale & Jessica Ozaki. Built on a dedication to quality service, fresh seafood entrees and a family-friendly dining environment, Fish Tales has been regarded as the Best Dining Experience on Lake Lanier. Guests arrive year ‘round by car, boat and even helicopter to enjoy favorites like the Grouper Sandwich, Fish Tacos, and famous Fish Tales (Fried Grouper Fingers). Open daily for lunch and dinner March through October, Fish Tales features a sandbox for the kids, cold drinks for the adults and live music for all of your friends and family.
Good food a little overpriced. Mostly outside seating. Music was a little loud had to shout to people at table service not great order mixed up.
4.5 based on 184 reviews
A take-out order was our choice this time. 1 pound of ribs, 1/2 pound brisket, 1/4 pound Turkey, 1 sausage, 1 small beans, 1 medium cole slaw, fed the two of us for 2 nights. Everything was delicious and the price right at $37 for all this food. Wonderful friendly staff which is always so nice. If coming off I-985, turn left just before the RR tracks at the BP station. Just a short distance down and on your left. Look for the sign in our photo below.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
If one can slide past the slippery floor and not get killed getting to a table, you will find generous portions of meats on the offered platters.
Brisket is delicious (4/5), the pork decently good (3/5).
Sides were much more challenging.
Fried okra was overdone and the cornmeal breading excessive. 3/5
Brunswick stew was a great texture (chunky), but lacked flavor without me adding both more meat (some of the pork) and BBQ sauce. 4/5 with the added stuff
The coleslaw was delicious. 5/5
The collards were oddly flavored and the only dish all three of us agreed we disliked. 2/5
“Chili” (has beans in it, so not really chili) had a lot of meat but had far too much chili powder in it to be pleasant (tasted more like it should be a hot dog topping than stand alone “chili”). 2/5
Mac and cheese was very bland. 2/5
The optional sauces were varied and generally tasty.
Pricing is reasonable especially for the quantity provided (total ~$20 pp).
4 based on 87 reviews
We were at a car show in Flowery Branch and stopped by Branch House for lunch. OMG the pulled pork was fantastic and various sauces gave it an extra kick. My wife had the wings and they were equally yummy. The service was fantastic and the beer ice cold. This is a definite must stop when in the area.
4 based on 108 reviews
We ate at the Oakwood location during summer break last year and ordered spaghetti with meatballs that was bland and their bread and salad was pitiful. We decided to try the Flowery Branch location this past weekend and it was no better. The hispanic cashier was not friendly or welcoming. Their salad is a joke, a small saucer with several cuts of romaine with some black olives on it was disappointing. The bread was the worse I've ever had anywhere. I ordered the baked ziti and the sauce was ok but the cheese tasted weird like fake. I brought it home to my dog. If you want italian Mellow Mushroom is the way to go and its similar prices as this place. $12.50 for ziti that I fed my dog for example. Will not return to Napoli's ever again. $35 wasted and we dont eat out alot because of our budget.
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