Serving Hours & Dining Rates

 

*Note that we will but open on Mondays through the month of October

Monday 11:00-4:00 (October 13 & 20 & 27 & November 3 for lunch only)

Tuesday-Friday 11:00-3:00

Tuesday-Friday 3:30-7:30

Saturday 11:00-8:00

Sunday 11:00-7:30


Tuesday – Thursday

11:00AM – 3:00PM 3:30 – 7:30PM
Adult: $14.99 Adult: $16.99
Child 10-12: $9.95 Child 10-12: $9.95
Child 4-9: $7.75 Child 4-9: $7.75

Friday

11:00AM – 3:00PM 3:30 – 7:30PM
Adult: $14.99 Adult: $17.95
Child 10-12: $9.95 Child 10-12: $9.95
Child 4-9: $7.75 Child 4-9: $7.75

Saturday

11:00AM – 8:00PM
Adult: $17.95
Child 10-12: $9.95
Child 4-9: $7.75

Sunday

11:00AM – 7:30PM
Adult: $17.95
Child 10-12: $9.95
Child 4-9: $7.75

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Menus

Note: Prices and menu items are subject to change.

Family Style Weekday Lunch Menu

Fried Chicken

Meat of the day

Fried Okra

Green Beans

Potatoes

Creamed Corn

Collard Greens

Vegetable of the day

Yeast Rolls/Corn Muffins

Drinks & Dessert

Family Style Weekday Dinner Menu

Fried Chicken

Baked Ham

Roast Beef

Green Beans

Potatoes

Creamed Corn

Fried Okra

Collard Greens

Vegetable of the day

Yeast Rolls/Corn Muffins

Drinks & Dessert

Family Style Friday Dinner Menu

Fried Chicken

Roast Beef

Fried Shrimp & Fish

Mashed Potatoes & Gravy

Creamed Corn

Fried Okra

Coleslaw

Garden Casserole

Green Beans

Yeast Rolls/Cinnamon Rolls

Drinks & Dessert

Family Style Weekend Menu

Fried Chicken

Baked Ham

Roast Beef

Mashed Potatoes & Gravy

Fried Okra

Creamed Corn

Green Beans

Collard Greens

Yeast Rolls/Corn Muffins

Drinks & Dessert

Daily To-Go orders

706-867-7000 ext. 217

Meats by the serving

Fried Chicken By The Piece Breast $3.25       Thigh $2.00 Legs And Wings $1.50

Call for daily meat special

Vegetables

Fried Okra

Green Beans

Creamed Corn

Collard Greens

Mashed Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes or Macaroni and Cheese

Vegetable of the Day

Per Serving $1.50

Homemade Breads

Yeast Roll $.50 Cornbread $.50

Drinks Tea (Sweet or Un-Sweet) or Lemonade $1.95

Dessert Dessert of the day $1.50-$2.95

Plate Special *Only for To-Go orders Not available for in-restaurant seating

One meat, two vegetables, roll or cornbread $6.50

Three vegetables and roll or cornbread $5

Prices do not include tax

Menu and prices subject to change

Large To Go orders

Order 24-36 hours for large orders

706-867-7000 ext. 211 or Freida@smithhouse.com

Meats by the serving Fried Chicken By The Piece

Breast $3.25 Thigh $2.00 Legs And Wings $1.50 Mixed Fried Chicken $2.25

Fried Chicken Fingers 5# $34  10# $68

Baked Ham $2.95

Roast Beef $3.25

Vegetable per pan

10×12 pan (serves 20-30 people) $30 12×20 pan (serves 30-40 people) $45

Desserts by the pan

10×12 pan (serves 20-30 people) $30 12×20 pan (serves 30-40 people) $45

Bread

Homemade Yeast Rolls or Cornbread $6/dozen

Drinks Sweet or Un-Sweet Tea $3.50/gallon Lemonade or Fruit Punch $7.50

Menu and prices subject to change Delivery and full catering services available Call for service fees.

Thanksgiving Menu

Come and dine with us for a Thanksgiving Family lunch or dinner you won’t forget. With a wide selection of homemade entrees and desserts served in a family style spread you’re sure to find something for everyone.  Reservations are not accepted for Thanksgiving.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Serving Hours:  11:00 – 6:00

Southern Fried Chicken

Baked Ham

Oven Roasted Turkey

Cornbread Dressing

Country Gravy

Creamed Corn

Collard Greens

Candied Yams

Mashed Potatoes

Green Beans

Fried Okra

Cranberry Sauce

Yeast Rolls/Cornbread

Southern Desserts

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express . Price does not include tax—Groups of 8 or more: a 20% gratuity will be added

Adults: $24.95

Child (4-9) $8.95

Child (10-12) $13.95

Child (2-3) $3.95


Reviews

“For a Yankee who thinks that southern vegetables are born in a can and bred in a steam table, this food is revelatory.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution “Many more crowd The Smith House in Dahlonega, where conversations around the tables goes something like this: Pass the fried chicken, pass the okra, pass the turnip greens, pass the biscuits please.” Southern Living Magazine “A gracious old inn with no reservations, no menus, and communal tables. Folks drive the 70 miles north from Atlanta for warm cornbread, cracklin’ fried chicken, creamed corn, and cobblers.” Travel & Leisure Magazine “Ask people in other parts of the country if they’ve ever heard of Dahlonega, Georgia,and chances are good the reply will be, oh yes, that’s where The Smith House is located, isn’t it?” North Georgia Journal “This is a dining experience you won’t forget!” Mountain Pilot Magazine “What an elbow-to-elbow celebration of good food!” The Denver Post “The basic act of eating is turned into a party, with everybody passing platters back and forth, chattering happilyabout the unbelievably delicious food.” The Buffalo News “Regular visitors know and first-timers quickly learn that the place to eat is The Smith House, where meals are served family style.” The Gazette, Montreal