German Restaurants in Putnam County, Georgia

German sausages cooking.
German sausages cooking.
The rural Putnam County, Georgia, about 90 minutes northeast of Atlanta, boasts attractions like Lockerly Arboretum, Georgia's Old Capital Museum and the Oconee National Forest. It is also near the the Piedmont National Wild Life Refuge. Find plenty of great hiking and camping in the region. If you need hearty food after being outdoors, head to a German restaurant, where you will find plenty of meat and, surprisingly, vegetarian-friendly food.
Keba Spitfire Grill

Keba Spitfire Grill makes German sandwiches called "kepab." They are served on German rye bread or wraps, with beef, chicken, feta, falafel or tuna, and garnished with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and mayo, or cabbage, cucumbers, onions and tomatoes. This child-friendly, casual restaurant even has the German favorite snack, Nutella, on its children's menu.

Keba Spitfire Grill
1860 Barnett Shoals Road
Athens, GA 30605
706-850-7285
kebagrill.com

The Village Corner German Restaurant‎ & Bakery

The Village Corner German Restaurant‎ & Bakery is an expanded bakery that features authentic Bavarian cuisine, along with hearty rye and sourdough breads and German tortes. The family-friendly restaurant has a large children's menu and German specialties like sauerbraten, spaetzle and schnitzel. The restaurant is also vegetarian friendly, with veggie burgers and a cheese fondue, racklett. The full bar includes over 35 German beers.

The Village Corner German Restaurant‎ & Bakery
6655 James B. Rivers Drive
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
770-498-0329
germanrestaurant.com

Kurt and Vreny's Restaurant and Biergarten

Kurt and Vreny's Restaurant and Biergarten specializes in modern German cuisine, throwing celebrations for both Oktoberfest and Cinco de Mayo. Appetizers include German potato pancakes with sour cream and applesauce, a variety of German sausages and a crab "martini." There are a variety of schnitzels made from veal, pork or chicken, but there is also local seafood and several salads. Wash it all down with a Riesling or German beer. Desserts include apple strudel and Black Forest cake.

Kurt and Vreny's Restaurant and Biergarten
4225 River Green Parkway
Duluth, GA 30096
770-623-4128
kurtsrestaurant.com

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