Restaurants

In the Piedmont it's almost as easy to grab a bagel, empanada, or spanakopita as a biscuit. That said, the region is still a center of barbecue: wood-fired, pit-cooked, chopped or sliced pork traditionally served with coleslaw and hush puppies. Southern specialties such as catfish, fried green tomatoes, grits, collard greens, fried chicken, sweet potatoes, and pecan pie are also favorites.

Previous Travel Tip

Planning Your Time

Next Travel Tip

When to Go

Advertisement

Book A Trip
  • HOTELS

  • FLIGHTS

  • PACKAGES

  • CARS

Trip Finder