9 Things you shouldn’t leave Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge without trying – Roamilicious9 Things you shouldn’t leave Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge without trying – Roamilicious

 

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Source: 9 Things you shouldn’t leave Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge without trying – Roamilicious9 Things you shouldn’t leave Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge without trying – Roamilicious

Blue Ridge Wine and Jazz Festival – Fannin County Chamber of Commerce – Blue Ridge, Georgia

Source: Blue Ridge Wine and Jazz Festival – Fannin County Chamber of Commerce – Blue Ridge, Georgia

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Bringing hot jazz, great wines, fine art, and delicious cuisine, to beautiful downtown Blue Ridge, GA. Gates open at 1 p.m. Enjoy delicious food prepared locally and listen to top jazz performers from the region. Purchase wine by the glass or bottle and bring it to your blanket and lawn chairs to relax while listening to great music.  Another great lineup this year! Be sure to visit the festival website for a complete description of the wonderful music styles of these artists.”

43rd Annual Spring Arts in the Park – Fannin County Chamber of Commerce – Blue Ridge, Georgia

Source: 43rd Annual Spring Arts in the Park – Fannin County Chamber of Commerce – Blue Ridge, Georgia

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  “43rd Annual Arts in the Park Festival. Admission is $5.00. Sat & Sun – 10 am -5 pm. A southern tradition, features over 200 arts, crafts and food booths. The best in mountain crafts and fine arts, artist’s demonstrations, music and dance. Arts in the Park has been recognized as one of the Top 20 Events by the Southeastern Tourism Society. Sponsored by the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association. “

 

Harvest on Main in Downtown Blue Ridge

Harvest on Main in Downtown Blue Ridge

This is a restaurant I would highly recommend to anyone. We visited Harvest on Main in the heart of downtown Blue Ridge for the lunch hour. The staff was friendly, the service was fast, and the atmosphere was cozy and rustic (the perfect mountain feel). Oh, and the food….was fantastic! Doug and I ordered their “lodge kettle” for our appetizer, but is really a hearty soup with beans and rice. It was plenty for the 2 of us. For our meal, we ordered the Blackened Salmon BLT with a side of couscous flavored with kalamata olives and lemon juice. The salmon was cooked to perfection and the couscous was the perfect accompaniment. Both our meals and appetizer came to under $35. Since we went for lunch we didn’t order any drinks, but they do offer a full bar in the back. We plan to eat here again!

 

Harvest on Main

 

 

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