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2017 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald





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The 2017 Restaurant Guide INDEX OF ADVERTISERS


Buffalo Wild Wings........................................... 3 Crosstown Grille and Ale House..................... 13 The Flying Biscuit Cafe..................................... 9 Garlic Thai Cuisine and Sushi Bar.................. 16 Great China......................................................... 6 The Loft at Due South........................................ 8 Maguire's Family and Friends Restaurant and Irish Pub................................................. 13 Matt's Smalltown Pizza..................................... 4 My Rent Source.................................................. 2 Palmer's Restaurant........................................ 11 RPM Full Service Patio Pub & Grill................. 15 Tin Drum Asian Kitchen................................... 5 Tulla White Cuisine and Catering.................... 7 Venucci................................................................ 7

The  2017 Restaurant Guide is a publication of 16 Jefferson Street, Newnan, GA 30263 (mailing) P. O. Box 1052, Newnan, GA 30264 770-253-1576

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BUFFALO WILD WINGS 355 Bullsboro Dr., Newnan | 770-502-0750

If you like wings, beer and sports, then you’ve found your new favorite place. Started in 1982 in Columbus, Ohio and now with locations in every U.S. state, Buffalo Wild Wings offers Buffalo, New York-style wings with 16 signature sauces and five seasonings to choose from. Pair with a cold beer from a selection of domestic, import or craft-style. Watch all types of sports from basketball to football to fight nights on over 30 flat-screen TVs. If wings aren’t your thing, there are plenty of other tasty menu options.

HOURS: Sunday - Thursday – 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. Friday - Saturday – 11 a.m. - 1 a.m.


620 Crosstown Rd., Peachtree City | 678-833-1190

Specializing in hand-cut Certified Angus steaks and chops, grilled chicken and seafood, the Crosstown Grille

Dough made WE DELIVER $10 MIN


every morning!

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FOR ADVERTISING INFORMATION call 770.683.1707 or e-mail also online at:

770-599-1226 53 Main St. Senoia, GA 30276


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WOK ON! Ashley Park, 228 Newnan Crossing Bypass, Newnan, Ga 30265 ( Next to Georgian Cinemas ) Lunch and Dinner Everyday Sunday–Thursday 11 AM to 9 PM | Friday–Saturday 11 AM to 10:30 PM 770-253-9242

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Page 6 and Ale House also offers craft sandwiches, salads and specialty items on their frequently changing menu. They are committed to using seasonal and regionally-sourced ingredients, focusing on organic, hormone- and antibioticfree proteins raised in a stress-free, environmentallyconscious environment. Additionally, the menu includes 45 whiskeys and bourbons and 36 beers on tap. Try them for Sunday brunch or to watch a game on TV. HOURS: Sunday - Thursday – 11 a.m - 9 p.m. Friday - Saturday – 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.


2874 Hwy. 54 West, Peachtree City | 770-631-7077

Originating in Atlanta’s Candler Park neighborhood, the Flying Biscuit Cafe now has 14 locations around the southeast. The Peachtree City location offers Southerninspired dishes with comfort food made from fresh ingredients. Their biscuits and grits made them famous, but they also feature a variety of lunch options: try the award-winning Shrimp and Grits or the beloved Oven Fried Green Tomatoes and the Very Berry Chicken Salad.

The kids’ menu also has plenty to please the little ones, from breakfast items to Grilled Chicken Strips and Grilled Macaroni and Cheese. HOURS: Open daily – 7 a.m - 3 p.m.

GARLIC THAI CUISINE AND SUSHI BAR 16 North Court Square, Newnan | 770-683-7515 Find us on 

Offering authentic Thai cuisine and fresh sushi, Garlic Thai Cuisine and Sushi Bar has an array of dishes to delight the palate. Their specialties range from Pineapple Fried Rice (served in a pineapple) to Kee Mao (drunken noodles), as well as a local favorite, the Tuna Tacos. A selection of Asian beers, wine, sakes, and bubble teas complement the meal, but be sure to save room for the homemade coconut cake, which often sells out quickly. Indoor and outdoor dining available. HOURS: Monday - Thursday  – 11 a.m - 3 p.m. ; 5 - 9:30 p.m. Friday – 11 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. & 5 - 10:30 p.m. Saturday – Noon - 3 p.m & 5 - 10:30 p.m. | Sunday – Noon - 3 p.m.


Chinese Food to Take-Out or Dine-In OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

10PM Monday to Thursday 11AM– 30PM 10: M– Friday & Saturday 11A PM –10 ON 12 NO Sunday

1111 Lower Fayetteville Rd. Suite 180 0 (Publix Shopping Center) Newnan,GA 30265

770 -254 -8800 or /8100

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1111 Lower Fayetteville Rd., Ste. 1, Newnan 770-254-8800 / 8100 |

Delicious Chinese food is available at this local

establishment for dining in or take-out. Dig in to one of

their many “Chef’s Suggestions:” Orange Beef (a tender filet sauteed with imported orange peels); General Tso’s

Chicken (white meat chicken in a tingling hot sauce with

broccoli); or Shrimp and Scallops with Garlic Sauce (with broccoli, water chestnuts and peppers). The menu also

offers several steamed selections for lighter fare. Party orders are welcomed.

HOURS: Monday - Thursday – 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Friday - Saturday – 11 a.m - 10:30 p.m.

Sunday – Noon - 10 p.m.

The Loft at Due South A Special Event Center in Peachtree City, Georgia THE LOFT at Due South combines the celebrated cuisine of Due South Southern Cuisine with a polished elegance that fuses perfectly for your special event. Our venue supports Rehearsal Dinners, Corporate Events, Wedding Receptions, All Day Meetings, and Family Events. THE LOFT at Due South is comprised of 3 separate rooms, The Main Ballroom, The Augusta Room (a/v equipped), and The Savannah Room (a/v equipped). Two seated balconies offer a very unique perspective on the surrounding area.

THE LOFT AT DUE SOUTH 302 Clover Reach, Peachtree City | 678-251-2225

Located above Due South Southern Cuisine, this

special event center combines the menu of Due South

with an array of elegant spaces. The Loft at Due South

includes three separate rooms, the Main Ballroom, the August Room (a/v equipped) and the Savannah Room (a/v equipped) as well as two seated balconies. The

event center hosts rehearsal dinners, corporate events,

wedding receptions, all-day meetings and family events.


Owned by Frank and Wendy Maguire and Chris Fives,

Due South 770-629-5847 THE LOFT at Due South 678-251-2225 302 Clover Reach Peachtree City, Georgia 30269 Email:

Maguire's is a family-friendly restaurant offering a

combination of Irish and American gastro-pub style fare. Order their hand-cut steaks or one of their signature

burgers with a glass of wine from their wine cellar or one

of their many draft selections. Football draft specials run every week. A private dining room, “The Cork Room,” is also available for special events.

HOURS: Sunday - Thursday – 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday - Saturday – 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.

in your neighborhood breakfast all day

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with Purchase of an Adult Entree. One Free Kid’s Meal per Adult.

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Valid Monday - Friday • Dine-in

2874 West Hwy. 54 Peachtree City, GA 30269 (Next to Kobe Steakhouse in the Dollar Tree Center)



Hours: 7:00 am to 3:00 pm


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MATT’S SMALLTOWN PIZZA 53 Main St., Senoia | 770-599-1226

Opened in 2011, Matt’s Smalltown Pizza offers a selection of pizza, pastas, subs, wings and salads. Their pizza dough is made in house and they use only fresh ingredients. If you’re utterly famished, go for the Apocalyptic Pie; it’s their biggest pizza at 24 inches. Other specialties include The Godfather (balsamic vinaigrette, prosciutto ham, grape tomatoes and basil) and the Three Pepper Buffalo Chicken Pizza. Wash all of the goodness down with a glass of wine or one of their many choices of local beers. HOURS: Monday - Thursday – 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday - Saturday – 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. | Closed Sundays

PALMER’S RESTAURANT 991 N. Peachtree Parkway, Peachtree City 770-629-5280 |

Serving simple food really well, Palmer’s is the place to have a craft beer or excellent glass of wine with friends and family. Sandwiches, salads, tacos and burgers play a major role on the menu as do the Norwegian Blackened Salmon with warm quinoa salad and the flat-iron steak with potatoes and creamed spinach. Delight in one of the creative cocktails, such as “A Wrinkle in Thyme” or “Tequila Mockingbird.” Reservations are accepted for parties over 8. HOURS: Monday - Thursday – 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday - Saturday – 11 a.m - 11 p.m. | Closed Sunday


931 Lower Fayetteville Road, Ste. B, Newnan 404-419-6459 |

My Rent Source offers property management services for single family homes, multi-family homes, condominiums, townhomes, lofts and mobile homes. Their services extend outside of Coweta into surrounding counties. With over 10 years of management experience, My Rent Source works with owners who have relocated and investors who do not have the time for or want the hassle of property management duties. Call for a free consultation. HOURS: Monday - Friday – 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

RPM FULL SERVICE PATIO PUB AND GRILL 15 Jackson St., Newnan | 770-683-1414

Partake in tasty American fare in this former Chevron service station turned pub. Enjoy a chili dog, burger, tacos or wings on the oversized patio. Salads and appetizers are

also available for those looking for lighter fare. Fourteen beers on tap and drink specials at the full bar will keep customers happy, as will special events like Trivia Night on Thursdays, Friday Night Karaoke, and Pickin’ on the Patio on Saturdays.

HOURS: Monday - Thursday – 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. Friday - Saturday – 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. Sunday – Noon - 12 a.m.


228 Newnan Crossing Bypass, Newnan | 770-253-9242

Located in Ashley Park, this Asian fusion restaurant’s specialty is fresh and diverse Asian food, inspired by the energy and bold flavors of Asian street food. Colorful dishes are made to order with fresh produce. Enjoy the large menu of house dishes (Tikka Masala, Panang Curry), Asian classics (Sesame Stir-Fry, Pad Thai Noodle), street noodles, street tacos and gluten-free options. HOURS: Sunday - Thursday – 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday - Saturday – 11 a.m. - 12:30 a.m.

TULLA WHITE CUISINE AND CATERING 129 Main St., LaGrange | 706-845-8888

Chef Tulla White of Venucci Italian Restaurant offers an assortment of culinary delights for your special events. Any courses can be customized to fit your budget and needs. They have both a catering menu and corporate menu to suit any customer’s desires, with sample menus for weddings, rehearsals, a Southern dinner, a low-country boil, Italian, international, garden party, and much more.


129 Main St., LaGrange | 706-884-9393

Serving traditional Italian fare in a great atmosphere, Venucci has been a LaGrange favorite since 2003. Their extensive menu offers sandwiches, burgers, pastas, pizza, seafood and more. Diners can also purchase their housemade salad dressings (Red Blue Cheese, White Balsamic Vinaigrette and Dark Balsamic Vinaigrette). Check daily for specials like the Penne a la Vodka, Shrimp and Scallops Fra Diavolo and Lobster Stuffed Filet Mignon.

HOURS: Monday - Friday – 11 a.m. -  2 p.m. & 5 - 9:30 p.m. Saturday – 5 - 9:30 p.m.

We serve simple food, really well. Palmer’s is the place for a cold craf t beer, or an excellent glass of wine, shared with your family and friends. We want your kids to love Palmer’s, not just because we have good mac and cheese, but because we know their names. It’s a place where good times are had and memories made.

We’re proud of Palmer’s. Come have some f un with us! Reservations for parties of 8 or more.

991 N. PEACHTREE PARKWAY PEACHTREE CITY, GA 30269 TEL: (770) 629-5280 Check out our menu at WWW.PALMERSPTC.COM

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Matt's Smalltown Pizza My Rent Source Palmer's Restaurant RPM Full Service Patio Pub & Grill Tin Drum Asian Kitchen Tulla White Cuisine and Catering Venucci

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ableside service is one of the benefits to dining out. Dining out can be a welcome change from preparing meals at home, and diners love that, once the meal is finished, someone else is there to clean everything up. Proper dining etiquette suggests diners should tip servers when paying for the meal. Diners routinely struggle when leaving a gratuity. Tipping, because of the money involved, also can cause heated debates. Various experts have weighed in to help customers determine the right way to proceed with tipping. Etiquette experts at the Emily Post Institute concur that 15 to 20 percent is the standard rule of thumb when tipping at a sit-down dining establishment. If the restaurant is buffet-style, a 10 percent tip may be adequate. Many people leave a 20 percent tip when dining out. That has become the norm for good service. Poor

service may not be worthy of such a substantial tip. When alcoholic beverages are part of the meal, some diners prefer to tip separately. That’s because restaurants may implement a heavy markup on wine or cocktail prices. The safe recommendation is 10 to 15 percent. Those who sit at the bar before moving to a table should offer 15 to 20 percent of the tab to the bartender; or, $1 for beer or wine, $2 for mixed drinks. suggests paying your bar tab before leaving for your table. Although it's tempting to refrain from tipping when service is poor, this isn’t always the wise. Some restaurants employ a shift system in which all of given shift’s tips are combined then divided by a point system. Otherwise, each individual server is responsible for tipping support staff, which includes a busser, a runner, a back waiter, and/or a bartender. Rather than punish them all, reduce the tip and then discuss your misgivings with the manager. Gratuities are typically included in the bill for larger parties. Restaurants generally add an 18 percent gratuity to the bill. This is meant to safeguard their staff. This gratuity should be mentioned on the bill or on the menu. If service was excellent, diners may want to tip on top of the included gratuity.

Maguire’s is an Irish Pub focused on traditional Irish Pub fare and American comfort food.

CrossTown Grille is focused on great steaks, seafood, chicken & comfort food. 36 Draft beers & a variety of bourbons & whiskeys.

42 Main Street, Senoia, GA 30276 770-727-3020

620 Crosstown Dr., Peachtree City, GA 30269 678-833-1190

Kitchen Hours

Kitchen Hours •


SUN-THURS 11 AM – 9 PM • FRI-SAT 11 AM –10 PM •


SUN-THURS 11 AM – 9 PM • FRI-SAT 11 AM – 10 PM

Owned by Frank and Wendy Maguire, whose dream is to continue a family-owned legacy – carrying out the mission to honor their heritage by always providing great food, great fun, and great service upon which Frank’s grandmother prided herself. We are a family-run organization focused on giving back to our community. WENDY CHARLES MAGUIRE • PEDAL FOR PETS • MAGUIRE’S FAMILY and FRIENDS • CROSSTOWN GRILLE and ALE HOUSE

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Family Nights



ining out is incredibly popular. According to the National Restaurant Association, restaurant industry sales in 2016 were expected to exceed $782 billion in the United States alone. Dining out would seemingly appeal to diners from all walks of life, but parents of young children may find it difficult to enjoy dining out with tots in tow. The following tips can help parents of young children make the most of their nights out as a family.

• DO YOUR HOMEWORK. Parents should take some time before choosing a restaurant to examine the menus and policies of any establishments they are considering. Many restaurants make their menus available online, so parents can compare menus of various establishments to determine which have the most kid-friendly fare. Some restaurants have children’s menus, while others do not. Examine menus ahead of time so you don’t arrive at the restaurant only to sit down and discover it does not have anything your children are likely to eat. In addition, determine if restaurants have any specific rules regarding children. Some might not allow youngsters after a certain hour, while others might go above and beyond to accommodate families. • DINE DURING OFF-PEAK HOURS. Parents concerned about how their children will behave in a restaurant setting can get kids used to the dining out experience by dining during off-peak hours, such as late afternoon or very early in the evening. Restaurants are less crowded during these times, and that can lessen concerns parents

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might have about upsetting other customers.

• BRING SOMETHING TO KEEP KIDS OCCUPIED. Parents may want to bring something along to keep kids distracted in case the restaurant is busy or meals take longer to prepare than expected. While tablets with video games or movies might keep kids occupied on road trips, it’s best to avoid bringing something noisy into a restaurant setting. Coloring books, word search puzzles or traditional books won’t distract or upset fellow diners and can help keep kids occupied until dinner is served. • ASK TO BE SEATED AT A KID-FRIENDLY TABLE. When being seated, ask the hostess to seat your party in an area where kids won’t be distracted or grow antsy. A corner booth can make for a cozy family meal, and kids won’t be distracted by fellow diners or even other youngsters in the restaurant.

• EXPLAIN RESTAURANT ETIQUETTE TO YOUNGSTERS BEFORE GOING OUT. If the family dinner table at home is short on etiquette but long on fun, explain to youngsters that the same rule does not apply at the restaurant. Parents can explain that it’s still okay to have fun when dining out, but that the volume needs to be turned down and everyone must remain in their seats unless they need to use the restroom. Parents can calm their nerves about dining out with youngsters by employing a few strategies that can make family nights out on the town enjoyable for all involved.

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Sunday Lunch Buffet from 12:00 pm-3:00 pm

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Monday-Thursday: 1 1 am-9:30 pm • Friday 1 1 am-10:30 pm Saturday: Lunch 12 pm-3 pm • Dinner 5 pm-10:30 pm Sunday: Lunch Buffet 12 pm-3 pm • Dinner 5 pm-9:30 pm

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