40 Lakeside Way
Newnan, GA 30265-3177
Phone: (770) 252-1236
Fax: (770) 502-8720
40 Lakeside Way, Newnan, GA, US, 30265-3177
- Phone: (770) 252-1236
- Fax: (770) 502-8720
Visiting Longhorn is like paying a visit to the authentic West. The steaks are hand-cut, hand-seasoned and carefully prepared. The burgers are thick & juicy and salads are freshly prepared. They offer legendary Western fare to satisfy a range of cravings.
This casual dining restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner and offers a wide range of traditional and eclectic American entrees, appetizers, and desserts.
Five Guys offers diners 100% all beef burgers cooked to order, fresh-cut potatoes, and an unlimited variety of toppings.
For over 70 years, Sprayberry's has been a Newnan mainstay and a favorite of visitors alike. Sprayberry's, a family owned and operated business, has two locations in the Newnan area. None of their selections including their barbecue, Brunswick stew, baby back ribs, chicken, steaks, seafood, hamburgers, salads, or homemade pies will disappoint. Second location is at Highway 34 at I-85, Exit 47.
Settled in the historic business district of Newnan Ten East Washington is a contemporary American restaurant that will charm you with its delectable, affordable fare and romantic candlelit ambiance. Known for their tasty crab cakes and grilled lamb tenderloin, the locals flock here not only for that but also for the daily specials and for their favorite dishes. Revel at the bar upstairs during Friday and Saturday nights with cool live music and great drinks. They also serve Sunday brunch on the first Sunday of every month. No matter what the occasion is you will surely enjoy your time here.
Enjoy nonlethal hot and cold sandwiches, salads, and soups at this unique cafe that also offers an array of hot sauces including some so ferocious they come with an eyedropper. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Located in Newnan, The Alamo (or as locals call it, "The Mo") is a bar located in an old movie theater. Besides the neon movie sign outside, you can also see traces of the old theater in the stage that now hosts local musicians every Saturday night. Beyond their funky atmosphere and live shows, the Alamo also serves pizza and hoagies, made at Fabiano's next door. So whether you're in the mood for New York-style pizza, beer (they have over 100 types to choose from), a mixed drink or live music, The Alamo is the place to go. Please note that the kitchen closes at 10p.
Located at The Alamo, Fabiano's menu features their famous New Yrok style pizza, specialty sandwiches, soups, salads, calzones and stromboli.
Located in a small mini-mall, Tavern on 74 is a perfect spot for a bite to eat or a night out. The kitchen serves up burgers, burritos, wraps, their famous wings and other standard bar fare. For those who want a party, try Tavern on 74 on one of their themed nights. For instance, you could check out Monday Trivia, Karaoke Tuesdays, Wednesday Game Night, or enjoy DJs on Friday and Saturday nights. Regardless of what you're looking for, with their full bar and inexpensive menu, this restaurant/bar is sure to please.
La Hacienda has been serving authentic Mexican food for lunch and dinner for over 14 years.
This lovely bistro has an upscale feel while remaining casual. It has an extensive wine list that serves by the bottle or glass and a diverse food menu. Here is small example of their dishes: Shrimp and Pesto Pizza, Crabcake Salad, Lobster Mango Ceviche, Steak Medallions, California Wraps, Mahi Mahi Fish Tacos and Gourmet Meatloaf. If your mouth isn't watering yet, you might also be enticed by their desserts and first-rate coffee.
This funky cafe is most famous for an all-day breakfast menu, and their biscuits served with cranberry apple butter. However, don't rule out the dinners, which feature Southern goodies such as fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, and jambalaya. You can also take advantage of their take-away option if you're in the mood to eat this comfort food at home.