Econo Lodge At Six Flags
200 Lee Industrial Blvd.
Austell, GA 30168
Phone: (770) 941-2255
Fax: (770) 732-9678
Head down to the Pizza Spot for a taste of some delicious food and a fun-filled night. Although unpretentious and laid-back, this bar still boasts a swanky vibe with its sleek, modern decor and HD projectors. While the pizzas are thin, crisp and fresh, the expertly crafted cocktails are just as delicious and worth a try. Apart from specialty pizzas like turkey supreme and BBQ chicken, the kitchen also whips up baked wings, lasagna and NY style cheesecake. Stop by on game night and enjoy the match on one of the many HD projectors, or kick back with friends and groove along to the fabulous DJ sets and live band performances. Check out their facebook page for more information on the latest happenings and nightly specials.
Hidden off the interstate, this local gem of a tavern is always bustling with activity. Whether you go to watch the latest sport match or participate in a cornhole tournament, McCray's Tavern is a friendly and convivial place. Delicious pub grub like burgers and heartier options like the rib-eye steak or grilled rainbow trout, perfectly compliment the 45 beers on tap.
South City Kitchen Vinings puts a twist on traditional Southern dishes, and serves them up in a lively atmosphere. The restaurant is usually buzzing, with excited patrons dining on buttermilk fried chicken, smoke roasted pork chop, and jambalaya. Don't miss out on their Sunday brunch, which is equally delicious.
Muss & Turners offers amazing sandwiches and salads. The wine list has over 20 wines by the glass. It has a private dining venue which caters to up to 75 guests for special events or private parties. They have a team of trained chefs and students who cook with perfection and dedication. If you like a particular dish ask them about it and they will reveal the secret behind it. They even provide classes for people who have a passion for cooking . Everything from Gobbler to Basic beef for meat lovers are on the menu. Sandwiches are served with a choice of pickle and in two sizes. Deli by day and fine dining at night, they also sell specialty food ingredients.
If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
Authentic Chinese, Thai and Japanese cuisine is prepared using the freshest ingredients and traditional recipes at Lucky Dragon.
Located within the Greenbriar Mall, this flagship outlet of Chick-fil-A has been delighting customers for over 40 years, since its inception 1967. Noted for their chicken sandwiches, which has even given the chain its name, each one is sumptuously filled with chicken, cheese, vegetables and sauces. Moreover, the menu also features salads and wraps, as well as small plates of potato fries and soups. Chick-fil-A is a great place to feast on chicken after a hectic day of shopping.
Buckhead has numerous Mexican restaurants, but none so uniquely qualified to educate gringos on the delights of authentic, south-of-the-border cuisine. Voted Best Mexican in Atlanta five years in a row, this laid-back eatery is a popular choice with the locals. The signature homemade tamales highlight a menu that includes noteworthy fajitas, enormous burritos and a delectable selection of Mexican desserts. Several winning vegetarian dishes are also offered. Beer and wine only.
Married couple Kristen and Michael set up Bone Garden Cantina to introduce the Atlanta faithful to authentic Mexican flavors. The menu is tweaked to suit the American palate and features the cuisine classics like enchiladas, quesadillas and burritos. Carne Adobo Tacos, Chicharron and signature Guacamole are popular favorites. The region's most famous imports, tequila, makes its way onto the carte with an impressive selection of 60 varieties, and so does the array of native beers. Inventive concoctions of the spirit like divine margaritas accompany the fare well. The decor screams Mexico and is inspired by the country's Day of the Dead festival, with paintings and murals of skulls and skeletons giving way to a unique ambiance.
Hankook Taqueria offers a street-style menu that finds inspiration in global flavors. Chef Tomas Lee’s Korean roots blend with his French-American culinary training and Mexican gastronomy for a unique fusion of cultures. Korean barbecued meats wrapped in tacos, burritos and quesadillas are their signature dishes. Appetizers like tempura sweet potatoes, beef spicy hot dog and pork sliders with kimchee are great accompaniments. In addition, they offer unrivaled catering services.
As the name suggests, Social Vinings is meant to be the kind of place where people can socialize over good food and drinks. Chef Paul Albrecht is the culinary force behind the contemporary American menu. The atmosphere is casual and friendly, perfect for striking up a conversation with someone new. A special brunch fare awaits patrons on Sundays, from 11a to 3p.
In this fast-paced world where technology is slowly replacing paper, Do at the View is a unique place that embraces this progress and offers guests I-pads to place their order. Now one can relish delicious pizzas or the change the music at the digital juke-box with a tap of the fingers. The music is foot-tapping, a pleasant accompaniment to the meal. A real treat for the senses, this restaurant is only open from Thursday to Saturday. Advance booking is a must here, given the popularity among the locals.