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I finally made it to Edgar’s Grille for lunch the other day. What a treat! Great service and good food.
I had the Korean Beef and my friend Greg had the Shrimp Po Boy. The Korean Beef was a perfect lunch serving with a good mix of salty and sweet.
Greg said the sandwich was very tasty with super fresh bread. He also commented on the unique way to serve the fries (in a glass) and that it was just the right amount.
For dessert, I had to try the bread pudding. It is really hard for me to say no to a dessert that is served on fire.
Edgar’s Grille is located at 3165 Washington Road, Augusta, GA 30907.
About a mile north of I-20, at the intersection of Washington Road and Furys Ferry Road. For reservations and information call: (706) 854-4700
Lunch: Monday – Friday 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Dinner: Monday through Saturday
Bar area opens at 4:30 pm.
Dinner service begins at 5:30 pm. Closes at 10 pm.
Sunday Brunch: 10:30 am to 2:00 pm.
Top 5 things to get excited about in Augusta, Ga this September
Border Bash: September 6, 2013
Fall and football go together like peas and carrots. Border Bash celebrates a long-time rivalry between the University of South Carolina and University of Georgia – bringing fans of both teams together for a night of music, drinks and a little trash-talking right on the border of our two great states. For more info, visit BorderBash.net.
Dirty Dozen Brass Band: September 16, 2013
New Orleans in coming to Augusta! The iconic Dirty Dozen Brass Band will take the stage at the historic Imperial Theatre downtown. Opening for the group are local favorites Funk You and JAMP. One night, three awesome bands – need I say more? For more info, visit ImperialTheatre.com.
Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival: September 20 -22, 2013
Arts in the Heart wasn’t named a top 20 event in the Southeast for nothing! Good food. Awesome art of all kinds. Live performances. The beer garden. All bursting at the seams in the heart of downtown Augusta on Broad Street. 5 bucks in advance, or $10 at the gate gets you into the festival all weekend – you just can’t beat that! For more info, visit ArtsInTheHeart.com.
Les Miserables: September 27-29, 2013
One of the most epic musicals of all time is being brought to life on the Imperial Theatre stage. Whether you’ve seen it a million times, or only ever heard of it – don’t miss the chance to see this Broadway smash. For more info, visit AugustaPlayers.org.
intermedix Ironman 70.3 Augusta: September 29, 2013
The largest half Ironman in the world brings world-class athletes to Augusta’s front door. Come and cheer each of them on as they push themselves to complete a 1.2 mile swim in the Savannah River, a 56 mile bike ride throughout Georgia and South Carolina and a 13.1 mile run through downtown Augusta. You will be amazed. For more info, visit AugustaSportsCouncil.org.
Have you ever heard of a face jug? I hadn’t. At least, not until the folks over at Tire City Potters taught my coworkers and I how to make one!
Making the face jugs only took two(ish) hours for us. The total time pretty much depends on your group and how detailed you want to be! Afterwards, they glaze and fire the face jug for you and you get to keep it! The glaze/fire process takes a few days. So now it feels like the week before Christmas – I just can’t wait to see how it turns out!
I’m already making plans to go back – TO SHOP! They’ve got lots of glazed pottery (think coffee mugs, bowls, vases, and vessels) along with local art for sale. I can think of a few of my friends and family who would LOVE to get locally made pottery as a gift, but I’ve gotta be honest – some of it will probably end up living at my house!
210-B 10th Street, Augusta GA 30901
Tue – Fri: 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Who doesn’t love a good milkshake? I know I do. I’m not talking about the watered down, artificially flavored, syrup laden mess you get from a fast food chain.
I’m talking about a real, honest-to-goodness shake. And that’s what you get at Farmhaus Burgers! (I don’t have enough time to talk about their locally sourced, beefy awesomeness. But if you haven’t tried it – believe me when I say you will not be disappointed. And what goes better with a shake than a burger?)
The two shakes you see before you are, in a word, epic. The shake to the right is the Shake of the Month: Titan Farms Peach & Caramel Milkshake. It’s made from local peaches and is sweet, a little salty from the caramel and has little bits of juicy peach that pop up and surprise you. It’s only available this August, so you have to plan a visit this month if you want to try it! The shake to the left is the Nana’s Pudding. It’s a boozy shake that magically tastes like the most legit liquid banana pudding you will ever try. It has Banana Rum, Irishman Irish Cream and little bites of crunchy vanilla wafer. The Nana’s Pudding shake is part of the regular drink/shake menu. If you’re craving a fun adult beverage you should definitely give this a try. Find them on Facebook at: Facebook.com/FarmhausBurger.
Tues – Thurs: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sat – Sun: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
1204 Broad Street, Augusta GA 30901
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