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The Augusta Golf course isn’t the only thing anticipating a big crowd during Masters week, so are the restaurants. From American classics to international cuisine, Augusta has it all. Whether you’re in Augusta for golf week or just a foodie wanting to try something new, we’ve got a list of must-try restaurants during golf week, waiting to be experienced and explored. Here are 5!

  • Oliviana's

    Who knew that Augusta had a piece of Italy right in its backyard. Oliviana’s Bar Italiano and Pizzeria is a bistro located in the Surrey Center that offers pizza, pasta, wine and cocktails. While this isn’t a seafood house, one of the best treats on the menu is their mussels. Sautéed with fresh tomatoes, garlic, basil, white wine and extra virgin olive oil, these are some of the best in town.

  • Andrew’s Restaurant

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    Got some free time for lunch? Stop by Andrew’s Restaurant, a hidden gem at the Double Tree by Hilton Augusta. You know that famous line from Forrest Gump that goes “life is like a box of chocolates, never know what you’re going to get?” Well, that’s the perfect way to describe Andrew’s. Every weekday from 11am-2pm this restaurant has a Southern style buffet with different foods, so you never know what you’re going to get – just know it’ll be something delicious.

  • 8595 Restaurant and Bar

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    Here in Georgia, we like to keep things cozy and southern. Experience 8595 Restaurant and Bar for just that from the dishes to decor, you will. This restaurant is located in the historic Partridge Inn. Each dish is a traditional southern cuisine with a modern twist. If you are a fan of Sunday brunch, this is also a great option.

  • The SolFood Kitchen

    We’ve got just the spot for those of you who are all about your health and wellness. The SolFood Kitchen is a wellness cafe that likes to bring color and comfort to your plate. This cafe is also located in the Surrey Center. The menu is made up of plenty of vegan and vegetarian options to choose from. Another plus is that most of their food is locally sourced.

  • Cork and Flame

    Fine dining? Well yes, Augusta’s got that too. Cork and flame is a unique dining experience with combination of fine dining, tapas, and wine. Each season the menu is a bit different. Some nights they even offer complimentary treats from the chef in between each of your meals to try. If you’re not sure what to choose on the menu, Cork and Flame also offers a 4 Course Tasting option and a Chef’s Table Experience of 8 courses. This will give you the chance to taste a bit of everything. Cork and Flame also has a wide selection of wines to choose from to pair with your meal.