Dalton Depot & Trackside Cafe: A MUST WHEN IN DALTON
If you find yourself in Dalton, Georgia you must try this restaurant. A Nationally registered historic landmark The Dalton Depot is one of the few Victorian era train stations that survived Sherman's infamous "March to the Sea" during the civil war. The food is great along with friendly service. The best seafood I have found away from the coast and being from Tybee Island I know seafood. The Steaks were cooked to order and very flavorful. Anytime we are in Dalton this will be our stop for food. And if we are just going to be passing by we will time our trip so we will be going by Dalton at meal time.
miller brothers rib shack: bar-b-cue
located on US 41 about two miles south of downtown is miller brothers rib shack. the local barbecue restaurant offers barbecue beef, pork, chicken, and ribs. the service was good and the barbecue excellent. for barbecue lovers miller's is worth a stop in the dalton area.
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