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Appalachian Grill

14 E. Church St. (Gilmer St.) Send to Phone
Lunch or dinner at Appalachian Grill nicely complements a visit to the Booth Western Art Museum nearby.

Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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Appalachian Grill Restaurant Review

: The Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville is a "must" stop, and Appalachian Grill is convenient for visitors to the museum. Waits can be substantial, especially when the museum features special exhibitions and on weekends. Appalachian Grill’s warm atmosphere relies on old brick walls, dark woods and attractive lighting. The menu is huge. We've enjoyed soups, salads, chicken and fish dishes, finding them all prepared with care from good ingredients. On our last visit we ordered the salmon croquettes, which the description called "fritters," and indeed they were closer to that term rather than patties, as they were fried rounds of flaked salmon. Rigatoni with pan-roasted scallops and shrimp, flecked with prosciutto, in a spicy Alfredo sauce is a filling, flavorful dish. Myriad desserts change from time to time. Wine selections are respectable if overall not exciting.


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