Columbus GA Restaurant Week Celebrates the City’s Culinary Scene
July 16, 2016
People often choose to buy homes in LaGrange GA and commute from Columbus because they are attracted to the city’s family-friendly neighborhoods, recreational opportunities and quaint, historic downtown.
When it comes to dining out, you’ll find a number of quality restaurants in LaGrange. But food lovers should also consider trying out the options available in nearby Columbus, especially during the week of July 25th-30th. That’s when Columbus celebrates its first ever Restaurant Week.
Sponsored by U.S. Foods, Columbus GA Restaurant Week gives foodies the chance to try specially priced signature meals from over 20 locally owned and operated restaurants in the Columbus area. The event gives some of the top Columbus hot spots the chance to showcase some of their best dishes. Menus are available online, so guests can view and choose which entrées look most appealing. The participating restaurants include Cerrone’s Brick Oven Pizzeria, Ben’s ChopHouse, Meritage and Wasabi.
A portion of the proceeds from Restaurant Week will be donated to Georgia Organics. This non-profit is working to grow a resilient food future by building farmer prosperity, public health, community engagement and environment renewal. Georgia Organics has already launched an activation campaign that makes it easier for residents to eat, cook and grow local, fresh and when possible, organic food.
If you’re looking for spacious, affordable homes in LaGrange GA, one community to consider is Bryant Lake. This beautiful neighborhood offers residents a host of amenities including tennis courts, a huge lake, and a clubhouse with pool. Buyers can choose from a variety of four and five bedroom, two-story Energy Star certified homes on large lots, ranging from 2,300 square feet to over 3,200 square feet.
Contact Rose Anne Erickson Realty today to learn more about the available homes for sale at Bryant Lake.Tags: new homes columbus, new homes columbus ga
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