Rural Waterfront Dining at Riverside Tavern at Turner’s Corner

6 Responses

  1. Sammy Allen says:

    Hi,

    Great post about a unique roadside attraction! I’ve never been to Georgia but places like this give me a strong reason to go and see something truly different. I do enjoy traveling and after reading your article, I figured, why not add a trip to Georgia the next time I travel?

    There’s nothing like finding a great new place to try out. Thanks for sharing this information.

    L, Sammy

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Sammy, It’s great to hear that Georgia is now a destination for you! I hope you enjoy Riverside Tavern and wherever else your adventures take you!

  2. Lee says:

    I lived in the area for one year of my life and I can tell you that the landscape is beautiful. The small town charm is amazing and I was always impressed with the treats I often found in the various towns. There are many very good and unique restaurants in that part of the country. Turner’s Corner used to be a real treat – I’m happy to hear that it’s back up and running!

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Lee, It’s definitely nice to see that the beautiful location has received some new life! The new owners have done such a great job in making it an inviting place to stop. I hope you get a chance to check it out the next time you visit!

      Warm Regards, Alyce

  3. Gillian says:

    Thank you for bringing me at Georgia mountains and giving a good view of Riverside Tavern. Sounds a good place to visit and relax. I am wondering what other options does visitors have if they will visit there. Other options like cafe’s or restaurants and what activities can we do there? 

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Gillian, There are countless ways to enjoy the area — it all depends on what type of mood you are in! For instance, yesterday we enjoyed Crisson Gold Mine, Frogtown Vineyards, and Serenity Cellars all before having an early dinner at Riverside Tavern. It was a fantastic way to spend the day with family.

      After dinner we enjoyed hanging out on the Dahlonega square. It’s a great time of year to do outdoor activities if you don’t mind a little heat. 🙂

      Warm Regards, Alyce

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