Heading to Augusta anytime soon? If so, you will not want to miss any of these fine dining establishments while you are taking pleasure in this southern oasis. Just a warning, the food is absolutely fabulous; don’t eat too much that you will need garage door repairs…haha!
If you have a taste for either Greek or Italian cooking, an Augusta restaurant to visit is Luigi’s on 590 Broad Street. Their Greek, Italian, and anti-pasto salads are excellent. Other items to try are stuffed grapeleaves, baked spaghetti, toasted ravioli, chicken or veal parmigiana with spaghetti and meat sauce, linguine with white clam sauce, eggplant parmigiana with spaghetti, moussaka, baked Greek-style chicken, char-broiled pork chops, baked plaki, Greek-style chicken livers, chopped steak provolone, broiled mahi -mahi, char-broiled sirloin steak, char-broiled t-bone steak, and char-broiled chopped steak. Full bar is also available with your meal.
For fine dining at an Augusta restaurant, plan a trip to La Maison Restaurant at 404 Telfair Street. Customers can enjoy such exquisite dishes as oysters on the half shell, ostrich carpaccio, crab cake, smoked salmon, ahi tuna nachos, lobster bisque, goat cheese salad, buffalo mozzarella, trout, scallops, duck breast, veal scallopini marsala, rack of lamb, buffalo tenderloin, filet mignon, crab soup, and weiner schnitzel. Leave room for desserts like white and dark chocolate mousse cake, crème brulee, caramel walnut tarte, NY cheesecake, and sorbet. Reservations are recommended and can be done online at their website, lamaisonontelfair.com.
To enjoy excellent prime steaks and Italian cuisine, an Augusta restaurant to stop in at is Augustino’s in the Marriott Augusta Hotels & Suites. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch, guests can choose from a variety of delicious entrees and a la carte items. For example, breakfast includes corned beef & hash, buttermilk pancakes, eggs benedict, or belgian waffles. For lunch, try the steamed mussels, pan seared salmon, chicken scaloppini, lasagna bolognese, prosiuto & gorgonzola ravioli. Dinnertime finds such delights as swordfish, eggplant parmigiana, veal marsala, and steaks in cuts like ribeye, sirloin, NY strip, flank, and filet mignon.