Food & Drink

Welcome To Augusta Restaurant Week

Expect to see new menus, specials, and other fun offerings at these 24 restaurants November 6-15, 2020.

Masters Week is going to look a lot different this year. Not only because of the fall weather and changing leaves, this year we won’t have patrons coming in to enjoy the incredible hospitality our city has to offer. The Boys & Girls Club of the CSRA has teamed up with 24 local restaurants to host a week-long event, Restaurant Week, to encourage Augustans to participate in dining out at local spots throughout the week. You can expect to see new menus, specials, and other fun offerings at various locations. This event will run during Masters Week 2020, from November 6-15. Dining in or carryout is available at each restaurant location.

Here are all the participating restaurants to help plan your week:

Craft & Vine

1204 Broad St

Choice venue serving New American fare & cocktails in warm digs with a modern speakeasy feel.

Low Country Shrimp

Peach Pound Cake w/ Whiskey Whipped Cream

Cucina 503

502 Furys Ferry Rd

Casual fixture offering select Italian mains, seasonal craft beers & eclectic wines in stylish digs.

Edgar’s Above Broad

699 Broad St

Edgar’s Above Broad is a rooftop bar offering good eats, handcrafted cocktails, and a great atmosphere.

Edgar’s Grille

3165 Washington Rd

Modern bistro for artisanal pizza, steaks, salads & lunch, with part of proceeds going to charity.

Shrimp Cobb Salad

Smoked Prime Beef Rib Ragu

Fat Man’s

1450 Greene St

Weekday option with a lunch menu featuring fried chicken, sandwiches & other Southern-inspired eats.

Club Sandwich with Pasta Salad

Farmhaus Burger

1204 Broad St & 466 Flowing Wells Rd

Contemporary, locally sourced eatery turning out gourmet burgers, hot dogs & spiked milkshakes.

Fielding Bros. BBQ Shack

855 Laney Walker Blvd

Delicious BBQ restaurant with catering and food truck options.

Frog & The Hen

466 Flowing Wells Rd

Awesome roasted all-natural antibiotic and hormone-free chicken paired with seasonal, organic side dishes and classic hand-cut fries.

Noble Jones

816 Cotton Ln

Culinary vision of chef J.D. Wier to the awesome, outdoor-friendly location of the old Cotton Patch, a former downtown Augusta staple.

Pimento Cheese Dawg

Pineapple Ink Tavern

1002 Broad St

Locally owned modern tavern offering crafted libations and eats, located in the heart of Downtown Augusta, GA.

Sunday Brunch Spread

Sheehan’s Irish Pub

2571 Central Ave

Refined pub food, beer & craft cocktails are served in a romantic setting in a cozy brick house.

Smoked Rueben

Pork Belly Banh Mi

Sno-Cap Drive-In

618 West Ave

Burgers & other American eats from a 60s-inspired restaurant with indoor tables & drive-in service.

SolFood Kitchen

471 Highland Ave

Wellness Cafe specializing in conscious creations.

Curry Bowl with Salmon

The BIG Dill with Tuna Pasta Salad

SouthBound SmokeHouse

1855 Central Ave & 1009 Center St

Classic southern barbecue meets friendly neighborhood cantina.

Devil Wings

Soul Rolls and Smokehouse Pimento Cheese

Southern Salad

1008 Broad St

Promotes a lifestyle focused on sustainable, delicious food, hospitality, and community stewardship.

Acai Bowl

Sports Center

594 Broad St

One of Augusta’s most popular dive bars with must-try burgers.


437 Highland Ave & 1202 Town Park Ln

Eclectic vibe and ingredient-driven cuisine rooted in southwestern and Asian traditions.

Tastefully Yours

2204 Ellis St

Catering, grab-and-go, and premade meals.

Mexican Street Corn

TBONZ Steakhouse

601 N Belair Square

Easygoing restaurant offering hand-cut steaks, Southern-style rib platters & their Famous Tommy Fries.

Double-Fried Wings

Villa Europa

3044 Deans Bridge Rd

A mainstay for classic German & Italian recipes and imported beers.

Village Deli

2803 Wrightsboro Rd

Informal option offering a variety of American grub including seafood & burgers.

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