"The South's finest Southern Cooking restaurant"
Lewis Grizzard's legendary column, published nationwide proclaimed "Every dish was authentic and delicious." Lewis Grizzard gave the Blue Willow Inn his "absolute highest mark, 5 bowls of turnip greens".
Such publications as Southern Living, A Taste of Home Gourmet Magazine, USA Today, Food & Wine Magazine, Guideposts and regional publications have established the Blue Willow Inn Restaurant as the South's finest Southern Cooking restaurant. CNN Travel Series featured the Blue Willow Inn Restaurant as one of the "Best in the South" in Southern Living Readers' Choice Award.
Nestled in the heart of historic Social Circle Georgia, The Blue Willow Inn
provides an atmosphere of grandeur combined with the charm of the Old South.
Whether dressing for the theatre or casually touring the area you are invited to enjoy the Blue Willow's Southern feast. No one is allowed to leave hungry after feasting on a variety of Southern salads, meats, vegetables, breads and desserts. Along with your meal enjoy sweetened iced tea, the "Champagne of the South", and lemonade.
Every time you enter the formal hall of the magnificent Greek Revival mansion or are seated in one of the elegantly appointed dining rooms you have the feeling of dining in the ante-bellum South in its glorious past. Seconds and even thirds are encouraged in the bountiful array of Southern dishes. "To die for Southern Fried Chicken"
and nationally acclaimed fried green tomatoes are a must for each guest.
After dining, guests are encouraged to linger and rock in the oversized rockers on the front porch or relax poolside with the refreshing sounds of the fountains. The Blue Willow Inn Gift Shop located poolside is the perfect setting for browsing and shopping for that special gift or memento of your visit to the Blue Willow. Featuring gifts from local artisans to international selections, the gift shop is a must for every visitor to the Blue Willow Inn.Shops
1950's Soda Fountain, The House of Stones by Lady Di, Georgia Originals, Village Treasures
Creation and Natural History Museum...plus more