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For a healthful and quick lunch, come to My Friend's Place Deli."We make everything fresh daily," said Jamie Mayson, the owner of the deli.According to Mayson, the deli emphasizes healthful eating by serving unprocessed and preservative-free choices.The friendly neighborhood deli strives to serve the freshest and best ingredients for a healthful and fit lifestyle. Sandwiches, wraps, soups and salads make up the delicious menu.
Come in and enjoy good southern cooking at Honey from the Rock Cafe.The cafe is owned and operated by Whole Life Ministries and was named after Bible verse Psalm 81:16.The restaurant 2621 Washington Road serves freshly prepared food daily with specialties that include fried green tomatoes, southern fried chicken, pork chops, mouth-watering sweet potato casserole, fresh vegetables, casseroles and homemade ice cream churned on location.
Bring the family for a friendly lunch or dinner at Harbor Inn Seafood."We have good-quality food for a good price," said manager Marina Fotinos.Harbor Inn has several restaurants through North Carolina and South Carolina, and the owner, Chris Fotinos, wanted to expand to the Augusta area. Harbor Inn Seafood at 3404 Wrightboro Road has been open for 11 years."We're a family-friendly environment," Fotinos said.
The most important meal of the day is breakfast, so enjoy an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet for only $5 at Cafe on the Canal in the Salvation Army Kroc Center. The breakfast buffet, including turkey sausage, biscuits, bacon and sausage gravy, is open to the public from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
With smiling faces and friendly service, Cafe 209 will make you feel at home as you are greeted at the door. Starting off with catering, Glen and Cassandra Brinson began their journey in the food business 18 years ago. Cassandra's passion for catering friends' events bloomed into a full-service catering company.
Enjoy the Italian food made from locally grown products at Augustino's Italian Eatery and Prime Steaks."Augustino's is making a big push on local sourcing and upgrades to the menu," said Greg DeSandy, the director of sales and marketing for the Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center. "Local sourcing is procuring food and beverages from local farmers and specialty producers in the region and state."
Feel at home at Villa Europa and enjoy the warm and casual atmosphere."We use a German word to describe the atmosphere: gemuetlichkeit," said Pat Schaffer, the vice president of Villa Europa. "It means 'hospitality.'"The family-run business has seven dining areas with different decorations ranging from Augusta National Golf Club to Neuschwanstein Castle influences.It's a great place to hold holiday parties. With a variety of food, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
On Saturdays, don't miss the mobile barbecue kitchen at 215 Edgefield Road in North Augusta called The Pot Smoker BBQ."It's like a cookout for a bunch of friends," said Bobby Boggs, a co-owner of The Pot Smoker BBQ.Boggs and his wife, Shirley, began their mobile kitchen Nov. 2.
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Whenever you feel the urge to eat New Orleans Cajun or Creole cuisine, head to French Market Grille West. This restaurant is full of the spice and charm of the Louisiana city, yet it's local.Jim Beck purchased French Market Grille West in 2006, nine years after it opened. For 25 years in the food industry, Beck has strived to create a fantastic array of Cajun and Creole cuisine that will give the taste and flair of New Orleans."The uniqueness about our Caun and Creole is it's made from scratch," Beck said.