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We just refer to it as food, but for folks not from these parts, Dublin GA’s mouthwatering Southern and Soul food will have you coming back for more. Don’t tell the locals we gave away their secret spots!

Southern and Soul Food

Hometown Grill

Looking for a taste of soul that switches up on the daily? Whether it’s grilled or fried, boneless or bone-in, sink your teeth into Southern goodness. Mouthwatering sides like sweet potato casserole and fried okra make your tastebuds sing! And the answer is yes to the lace cornbread. Stop by 1211 Telfair Street from 11 AM to 3 PM on Tuesday through Friday and Sunday to experience the Hometown Grill taste.

Lou Ann’s Biscuits

Nothing says Southern breakfast like Georgia’s Biggest Biscuits! Start your Southern flavor forage at Lou Ann’s Biscuits located at 1010 Telfair Street. Fill your biscuit with sweet apple butter or drown it in creamy homemade country gravy. All biscuits are To-Go, so slide into the drive-thru from 5:15 AM to 10:45 AM Tuesday to Friday or 6 AM to 10:45 AM on Saturdays!

Ma Deb’s

Step into a Southern pondside oasis where the food is filling, and everyone knows your name. Ma Deb’s, located at 806 Ben Hall Lake Rd in East Dublin GA, combines Southern charm with corner store convenience. Gab with locals while you dine, grab a few necessities, and enjoy the dockside scenery. Drop in from 6:30 AM to 8 PM Tuesday through Saturday.

Miller’s Soul Food

Family-owned and operated since the 1950’s, Miller’s Soul Food brings soul to Downtown Dublin GA using time-honored family recipes. Located at 115 South Lawrence Street, Miller’s is an institution in comfort food, dishing up classics like catfish, chicken, and oxtails with the perfect compliment of fixin’s like black-eyed peas, candied yams, and collard greens. Pop on by from 11 AM to 5 PM Wednesday through Friday.

The Cloverleaf Restaurant

Head over the Oconee River bridge to 425 Central Drive in East Dublin GA to find this hidden gem. Open Sunday through Friday, The Cloverleaf Restaurant offers a smorgasbord of Southern dishes, including fried pork chops, cheese grits, chicken and dumplins, and more. Fill your plate and relax in the dining room from 11 AM to 2 PM.

After a hearty meal at one of Dublin GA’s well-loved Southern and Soul food establishments, relax next to the caboose at Railroad Park right across the tracks from Crooked Finger Brewing in Downtown Dublin GA.