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Tallulah Falls GA: Tallulah Falls Roadhouse & BBQ

I've passed the Tallulah Falls Roadhouse many times on trips up north. My trip with the Contes gave me the perfect excuse to stop for what was supposed to be a snack and turned out to be a very enjoyable dinner. We sat outside on a beautiful day. The service was extremely hospitable.

I ordered the black bean patty, minus the bun. The patty was quite good. I could taste the beans and other ingredients very clearly. The effect was very hearty. The Brunswick stew was excellent; Catherine, who ordered a bowl for herself, agreed. The potatoes gave it great body; the chicken and corn hadn't been overcooked and still retained their taste. Catherine also reported that the pulled pork sandwich was excellent.

We couldn't resist sharing the peach cobbler. It was excellent with great fruit flavor. The crust was light brown, not white, perhaps suggesting some brown sugar in the crust. The ice cream was simple but very enjoyable.

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