THE Guide to Augusta

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THE Guide to Augusta

Food scene

This restaurant is a 10/10 recommend. Nothing is more authentic than an Irish pub!
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Sheehan's Irish Pub
2571 Central Avenue
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This restaurant is a 10/10 recommend. Nothing is more authentic than an Irish pub!
Experience an enormous slice of cake in your lifetime!
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The Boll Weevil Cafe and Sweetery
10 9th Street
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Experience an enormous slice of cake in your lifetime!
Not only is the coffee rich and absolutely indulgent - but if you want a breakfast or lunch sandwich that is dream worthy YOU HAVE TO COME HERE!
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New Moon Cafe
936 Broad Street
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Not only is the coffee rich and absolutely indulgent - but if you want a breakfast or lunch sandwich that is dream worthy YOU HAVE TO COME HERE!
Fresh drinks on a rooftop bar and maybe a game of life-size chess while your at it!
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Edgar's Above Broad
699 Broad Street
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Fresh drinks on a rooftop bar and maybe a game of life-size chess while your at it!
MAKE A RESERVATION! Frog Hollow is the epitome of a bona fide Southern fine-dining experience.
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Frog Hollow Tavern
1282 Broad Street
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MAKE A RESERVATION! Frog Hollow is the epitome of a bona fide Southern fine-dining experience.

Neighborhoods

Origins: In the early 1800s Augusta’s proximity to the river and surrounding low-lying marshland made it uncomfortable during the hot Georgia summers. “The Hill” was seen as a lush space to get away from the oppressive heat below - believing that the sand hills intercepted the westerly breezes and provided some cooling relief. As Augusta merchants became more prosperous, they began to construct summer homes on “The Hill” spending their entire hot season in them, thus the origin of the name “Summerville.”
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Summerville
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Origins: In the early 1800s Augusta’s proximity to the river and surrounding low-lying marshland made it uncomfortable during the hot Georgia summers. “The Hill” was seen as a lush space to get away from the oppressive heat below - believing that the sand hills intercepted the westerly breezes and provided some cooling relief. As Augusta merchants became more prosperous, they began to construct summer homes on “The Hill” spending their entire hot season in them, thus the origin of the name “Summerville.”

City/town information

This is where James Brown grew his roots. Experience the culture and soul of a small city.
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Augusta
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This is where James Brown grew his roots. Experience the culture and soul of a small city.
Just 30 minutes from Augusta is Aiken, SC. Enjoy a glass of wine in a court-yard bar or take a stroll down the street and stop by Cyndi's Sweet Shop for some old-fashioned candy shopping.
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Aiken
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Just 30 minutes from Augusta is Aiken, SC. Enjoy a glass of wine in a court-yard bar or take a stroll down the street and stop by Cyndi's Sweet Shop for some old-fashioned candy shopping.