Food & Drink in Bainbridge

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At Beef 'O' Brady's, hungry herds can satisfy hankerings for flavor stampedes with an extensive pub-style menu served in a sports-themed spot. Thrill-seeking taste buds dive tongue first into a wing basket laced with any of 11 different sauces and accompanied by fries, coleslaw, and blue-cheese dressing ($8.99) or beer-battered onion rings served with Beef's spicy dipping sauce ($6.69).

1408 Tallahassee Hwy
Bainbridge,
GA
US

Izzo's is an authentic 1950's style Soda Fountain and Grille located in beautiful downtown Thomasville Georgia. Izzo's is known for their old fashioned ice cream sodas, milkshakes, sandwiches and of course hand pattied burgers and fries. Everything is made fresh daily, but hurry, because when it's gone it's gone!

122 N Broad St
Thomasville,
GA
US

The food at Blue Coop aims to maintain the strong connection to the land that the chefs there have with local farmers—showcasing the freshest locally sourced ingredients in an artful, beautiful, and delicious way. Changing with the seasons, the menu is home to big and small plates, such as Georgia trout with a crispy okra salad and soft-shell-crab étouffée with rich, creamy gouda grits. That's not the only place cheese makes an appearance at the eatery, though. Located down the street from Sweet Grass Dairy, Blue Coop's cheese selection satisfies everyone from supertasters to extremely picky Packers fans.

123 S Broad St
Thomasville,
GA
US

Hungry Howie’s is a pizza place that has combined the right ingredients and years of successful experience to create a superb, family friendly, neighborhood pizza shop.

15028 US Highway 19 S
Thomasville,
GA
US

With 140 acres of grazing goats and masticating Jersey cows, Sweet Grass Dairy crafts artisan dairy delectables in a variety of styles. Curd-cravers can choose from a variety of cheese and charcuterie plates, such as Finn's Finest Fodder, stacked with finocchiona, creminelli barolo, speck, chorizo, Vilux dijon mustard, cornichons, and crackers ($20). Meanwhile, wine lovers can test their matchmaking skills by pairing up lonely cheeses with a bottle of one of Sweet Grass's type A grape bloods ($22–$30). The wine menu changes weekly, but always offers myriad choices in different categories, including smooth white wines, big and bold reds, and attention-seeking sparkling varieties that perpetually fizz at top volume, even on subjects they know little about.

19635 US Highway 19 N
Thomasville,
GA
US