Fayette County is located in Georgia's north-western corridor where it is made up of five communities – Fayetteville, Peachtree City, Brooks, Tyrone, and Woolsey. As part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area, Fayette County's communities are among some of the most popular places for newcomers to settle in Georgia. One of the things that newcomers love most about Fayette County is its abundant selection of excellent restaurants.
Here, Southland's home builder in Fayette County highlights some of the best places to eat in each of the county's five communities.
Fayetteville enjoys an eclectic variety of dining options and some of the best restaurants in all of Fayette County. Franks at the Old Mill is a particular local favorite. Franks serves up excellent Mediterranean cuisine as well as some truly outstanding steaks. Meanwhile, Khalifa Indian Restaurant is one of the area's best places to enjoy authentic Indian cuisine. Or, if you prefer good old American comfort cuisine, then the Broadway Diner just can't be beat. In Fayetteville, you'll find the best pizza at Truett's Pizza Café; the best Mexican food at La Parrilla Mexican Restaurant, and the best Asian fusion at Royal Stix.
Fayetteville's restaurants also serve the residents of Woolsey, as that community is predominantly residential with no restaurants of its own.
In Peachtree City, ethnic cuisine reigns supreme. Your best Mediterranean food can be found at The Beirut Restaurant on Peachtree Parkway or at its off-shoot restaurant, Pita by The Beirut on Crosstown Drive. The best Chinese food in Peachtree City is at China Bistro, while the best Thai cuisine can be found at Thai Spice. Or, if you're craving some traditional southern fare, give Due South a try out on Clover Reach.
Brooks is such a small community that it's a one-restaurant town. Huckaby Buffet Pizza is the only restaurant in Brooks, but it's a good one. Serving up a great variety of pies along with some truly friendly service, Huckaby Buffet Pizza never fails to deliver an excellent dining experience.
Tyrone's standout restaurant is the Ohio Hog Company BBQ. It serves up authentic Kansas City-style barbeque with all the fixings and it never fails to deliver the goods. Meanwhile, if you're in the mood for pizza or wings, then we recommend Mimmo's Gourmet Pizza on Senoia Road. Bamboo Star is regularly rated as having the best Chinese food in Tyrone, as well as all of south Atlanta, and the Nikko Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar is where you'll want to go for a memorable sushi and hibachi experience.
As you can see, Fayette County's restaurants celebrate global cuisine like no other. No matter what you are craving, you'll find a local restaurant to satisfy your food urges. From ethnic specialties to good old fashioned American staples and down home southern cooking, you'll find it all in Fayette County. And, if you're relocating to the area, then do yourself a favor and contact Southland's custom home builder in Fayette County to discover the value of owning a custom-built home.
With over 100 floorplans to choose from and an array of top-of-the-line interior appointments, Southland Custom Homes is among the top-rated custom home builders in Fayette County. In addition to providing a huge selection of plan options, Southland Custom Homes will work with new homebuyers to alter specific floorplans so that the finished project is exactly what the buyer wants. If you are looking for a custom home builder in Fayette County GA, then Southland Custom Homes is sure to meet and exceed all of your expectations.
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