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Swallow at the Hollow Restaurant Review: An authentic, tin-roofed north Georgia residence brought down from the mountains houses this popular ’cue establishment. The patio fills with guests waiting for tables, especially on weekends. Bill Greenwood, who also owns Greenwood's on Green Street across the street, bases his Southern fare on organic and locally grown raw material. Barbecue (both chopped and ribs) has changed; ribs are braised then finished off on a grill and slathered with sauce before being presented. Choose from house-smoked turkey as well as homemade pickles, Brunswick stew and collard greens. The house makes its own sausage and the Texas toast, which is whole-wheat. Coleslaw is chopped fresh for each day's service; we suggest the creamy, rich macaroni and cheese, too. Vegetarians can opt for a sandwich with portobello, smoked Gouda and fried green tomatoes. Chocolate chip-studded banana pudding and the famous pies from Greenwood's are available for dessert. The kids’ menu dips into this fine fare. There's a perfunctory wine list, so go with a good draught for a quaff.