As artists, we are passionate about creating special moments. Beyond the screen, we recognize that this often happens while enjoying a great meal in the company of family and friends.When the opportunity came to open a restaurant in Senoia, we knew it was a natural extension of our passion. We hope...
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What's a trip to Senoia without a slice of pecan pie? Local bakeries make pecan pie the traditional way, with a homemade, flaky crust and a sweet, custard-like filling. Senoia is serious about its desserts, and just a short walk around town makes it clear that life is about more than just pie as evidenced by bakery windows gleaming with cupcakes and pastries. Looking for dinner after a helping of dessert? Senoia's got that, too. Pork dishes are popular, barbecue sauce here always starts with mustard, and grits are a must if you're here for breakfast. Or, if you're just in town for a snack, don't forget to sample a fresh peach from one of the region's family-owned peach orchards. From breakfast to dinner and all the way through to dessert, Senoia has something for everyone.