Treat your taste buds: Explore Clayton restaurants.

Clayton Restaurants

Fortify Kitchen and BarFortify Kitchen and Bar
1457 reviews
$$$$
Contemporary American | Clayton, N. GA Mountains / Wine Country

Outstanding! Great service, ambiance, fresh food, and a wonderful dessert. A great place to take a special person in your life. More

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Lake Rabun Hotel and RestaurantLake Rabun Hotel and Restaurant
807 reviews
$$$$
Contemporary American | Clayton, N. GA Mountains / Wine Country

We had stopped by before to enjoy cocktails several weeks ago and finally returned for dinner with another couple. We were not disappointed and surprised at the selection during the "off season." We look forward to returning again during the warmer months for the in season menu. More

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Beechwood InnBeechwood Inn
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$$$$
American | Clayton, N. GA Mountains / Wine Country

Dining in our Wine Cave: Beechwood Inn now offers private dining in our latest addition “the Wine Grotto” a private dining area adjacent to our wine cellar. This is an old cellar room we have transformed into a pretty cool place to enjoy our Chef’s Table Dinners. More

Discover Clayton

The small north Georgia town of Clayton is lush, green and buttressed by the Smoky Mountains. It seems remote, but it is surprisingly accessible via a ninety-minute drive from Atlanta. Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to keep them busy, but the city’s thriving dining scene should not be overlooked. Keep in mind that this is a mountain town nestled in Georgia wine country. Where better than to enjoy a leisurely wine tasting than at one of Clayton’s several vineyards? While its downtown area is small but charming, it features everything from the patio cafes beloved by its locals to restaurants led by award-winning chefs. The traveler will find delicious unique homemade desserts alongside gourmet offerings that favor locally grown ingredients wherever possible.

Discover Clayton

The small north Georgia town of Clayton is lush, green and buttressed by the Smoky Mountains. It seems remote, but it is surprisingly accessible via a ninety-minute drive from Atlanta. Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to keep them busy, but the city’s thriving dining scene should not be overlooked. Keep in mind that this is a mountain town nestled in Georgia wine country. Where better than to enjoy a leisurely wine tasting than at one of Clayton’s several vineyards? While its downtown area is small but charming, it features everything from the patio cafes beloved by its locals to restaurants led by award-winning chefs. The traveler will find delicious unique homemade desserts alongside gourmet offerings that favor locally grown ingredients wherever possible.