- DADoyAChicago / Illinois •3 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoThe food at Caper’s is always excellent, plus we appreciate the options of full or half-portions. Server Miyah is cheerful, personable and attentive as are most of the waitstaff. Capers is a Marietta gem!More infoCapers on MainPrice: Expensive• American• Kennesaw•4.7
- LLelovipAtlanta Metro •59 reviews4.0Dined 3 days agoNo chopped steak on dinner menu anymore. Potato Leek soup needed more seasoning & flavor.More infoElevation Chop House and SkybarPrice: Moderate• Steakhouse• Kennesaw•4.1
- LLarry2 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoNicely done. Accommodated my need for corner table. Wait staff very good. A little slow at the end of our meal. Overall very nice. Food is still a little pricey for most folks.More infoMac's ChophousePrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Marietta•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinerAtlanta Metro •2 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 15, 2023Henry's is always amazing, never disappoints! Food, staff, and atmosphere all make for a great experience. Been patronizing their establishment for many years, taken friends, family & exchange students here....they all want to come back. Never a bad meal, staff is welcoming & always on top of everything. Bonus if Henry is there, comes to your table & does his bead trick!More infoHenry's Louisiana GrillPrice: Moderate• Cajun• Acworth•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinerAtlanta Metro •2 reviews5.0Dined on Feb 14, 2023Great casual atmosphere. Southern ambiance and BBQ. Great indoor and outdoor seating options that were very comfortable. Outdoor is well heated, so even in colder temps it is an option.More infoThe Nest KennesawPrice: Moderate• American• Kennesaw•4.2
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Acworth, Georgia, is one of many thriving communities just north of Atlanta. In the small, historic downtown, some of the premier chefs have set up shop away from the busy city. Most eateries have a focus on a gourmet, farm-to-table twist to southern comfort food classics. Instead of fried chicken and waffles, you'll find roasted chicken sausage on a crepe. Here, you can also find New Orleans fare like spicy seafood gumbo, oysters on the half shell, and fried shrimp po' boys. Fish is also popular. You'll find it blackened, fried, grilled, and even encrusted with parmesan cheese. Most restaurants have a full wine list filled with options from local wineries and craft beers that are brewed in the Atlanta area.
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The best reviewed restaurant in Acworth is Henry's Louisiana Grill
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