Places to Eat Harvest on Main"With a nationally recognized chef at the helm, our mission is to serve the best quality ingredients we can find. Our menu is globally influenced with a southern twang. We are proud of our local farmers and suppliers. We use seasonal products whenever possible supporting our local economy, farmer and artisan."Treo Blue Ridge"Located in the heart of downtown Blue Ridge, Treo features new southern cuisine in a casual, fine dining atmosphere. The seasonal menu reflects ingredients from local sources whenever possible, with the goal to provide you with the finest culinary experience that will exceed your expectation."Chester Brunnenmeyer's Bar and Grill"Chester’s is a rustic American bar and grill located on the corner of East Main and Depot Street in beautiful, historic downtown Blue Ridge, Georgia. The bar and grill has a modern rustic feel and features high quality food, an impressive wine list, signature cocktails, and regionally crafted beer. Both food and drink menus have many offerings from the southeastern region, as well as other departures from the ordinary and a rotation of seasonally inspired selections."Southern Charm"Old-fashioned Southern cooking & family-style Sunday meals in a quaint, casual setting."Black Sheep Bar & Patio" A Progressive, Locally Sourced, Chef inspired New Americana menu, a “Wine Spectator” Recognized Wine list and Exceptional Service all Set inside this Historically Inspired architectural Masterpiece make the Black Sheep One of the Most Recognizable Restaurants Anywhere North Of Atlanta. "Cucina Rustica"Italian restaurant serving country-style dishes, plus wine & beer, in an old-world atmosphere."Fightingtown Tavern"Eco-chic haunt with farm-to-table comfort food & small-batch whiskeys, plus live rock music & games."Blue Ridge Brewery"Brick-lined brew pub with craft & imported beer on tap, upscale burgers, live music & patio seating."Masseria Kitchen & Bar"Located in downtown Blue Ridge, Georgia, we are a unique restaurant that prepares Mediterranean dishes with a nod toward southern Appalachian ingredients. "