Best 30 American Restaurants in Woodstock, GA with Reviews -
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By: Wayne S.
Jerseys Sports Bar & Grille
Great food and the atmosphere was nice too. The service was good and friendly. Would definitely eat here again.
By: Julie M.
Johnny Rockets
The cook did an amazing job on my burger. It was excelent. The employees here are very polite. Love this place!
By: Megan C.
Service has become so poor I can not believe these restaurant is still in business. Whether are busy or not, they just don't care. It's a shame because food is normally good, NOT delicious but good.
By: Aliya C.
Century House Tavern
I love downtown Woodstock.. It's such a cute city with a classic and warm feel.. I frequent the downtown area and have enjoyed many of there restaurants there.. But hands down center house tavern is my favorite... I ordered the shrimp PO boy and it was amazing.. They also have a full bar and pretty cute martini selection.. Check this place out!!
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By: Melissa P.
Century House Tavern
Excellent restaurant with a very creative menu. The dishes and the drinks are spot on at a fair price and the outdoor entertainment is always spot on!
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By: John T.
Johnny Rockets
Service was so slow and staff was completely disorganized and not the most polite people. We waited at least 10 minutes for a grilled cheese sandwich.
By: Marilyn G.
The Magnolia Thomas Restaurant
My family and I had the worst pre fix turkey dinner in our lives; the soup was served with a tea spoon, the waiter was clueless and the "kettle fried" turkey looked and tasted like smoked turkey loaf.The accompaniments were right out of a typical nursing home meal with one teaspoon of cranberry sauce and diced sweet potato.TWO THUMBS DOWN
By: Ken H.
Crave Burgers And Wings
Love their Lemon Pepper wings. Got a certain tanginess to them.
By: consciouseater
Ruby Tuesday
Don't order the mashed califlower. It was rancid and tasted days old, underseasoned, and just plain yucky. The food was so-so, and so was the lackluster service. I've had better in Ruby Tuesdays that were10 times busier.
By: laurel.f.parker
Corner Bistro
The staff is very nice. However, don't be fooled by reviews that claim this is home made, well made, food, and don't expect a nice sit down restaurant. This is a run of the mill counter service place with cheap and tacky furnishings and truly sub - par food. I ordered the 'french dip" everyone is raving about. leathery slices of roast beef from a deli pack served with a flavorless bowl of - maybe it's canned beef soup with the vegetables drained out? does not qualify as a french dip sandwich in my book - certainly not a home made one. The other members of my party had less risky items ( yes, here, french dip is risky) and they were all the sort of santdwhich you'd make at home. From the reviews, you'd think this is similar to Canvas near Marietta Square or some other restaurant where care is given to the food. It's world's from that. The ONLY hting going for this place is that the staff is friendly and feels bad if you give an honest answer to their question "how was your meal". and hustles aroud trying to make up for it. That's kind of them, but it's the WRONG time to care about the food you're sending out of the kitchen. My advice, get someone with understated good taste to redo your dining room ( even a trip to Ikea would improve it) and buy some cookbooks, and stop trying to pass off prefabbed food as home made.

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