Welcome to Anders Group’s weekly location spotlight where we’ll share what to eat, see, and do in some of the most popular Travel Assignment locations! Up this week…Augusta!
WHERE: Augusta, GA
ABOUT: Located right on the edge of the Georgia-South Carolina border, Augusta is a town with over 3 centuries of antiquity. The warm weather, low cost of living and Southern Charm has made this place one of the top places to sit down and stay awhile. Whether it’s kayaking on the river or catching a Greenjackets baseball game, there is fun to be had here!
- Nacho Mama’s – savory and hearty Mexican classics with a welcoming atmosphere
- 5 O’Clock Bistro – “a slice of Paris right in the heart of Augusta”
- Whiskey Bar – not only do they have a great selection of whiskeys, their food is good too
- Savannah Rapids Visitor Center – the perfect place for a walk, bike ride or picnic
- The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson – learn about the country’s 28th president, from his childhood in August through his Presidential run to how he lived after leaving the oval office
- Masters Golf Tournament – depending on the time of the year, you can catch this popular sports event
- Miller Theater – a stunning theater where you can see an array of concerts and symphonies
- Good Earth – the best in-door farmers market where you can get fresh produce, seasonal plants and so much more
- Savannah River Brewing Co. – this family owned 20 barrel craft beer brewery has become the star of Augusta’s downtown historic district
- The Augusta Chronicle is the South’s oldest newspaper.
- This city was named after the princess of Wales, Princess Augusta.
- Due to the number of private gardens, Augusta is nicknamed the Garden City.
Have you been to Augusta? What did you eat, see, and do? Leave your recommendations below!
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