Restaurants in Douglas

$2 for Three Groupons, Each Good for a Cheeseburger and Tots at Sonic ($3.88 Total Value)

Sonic

Multiple Locations

$3.88 $2

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Carhops deliver brown-bagged burgers, hot dogs, and chicken strips to cars at iconic hamburger stand

Seasonal Cuisine for Dinner, Brunch, or Lunch at Liam’s Restaurant (50% Off)

Liam's Restaurant

Thomasville

$50 $25

(285)

Restaurant housed in historic red-brick building partners with small farms to craft upscale seasonal cuisine

Irish Food and Drinks for Two or Four at McGarvey's Wee Pub (45% Off). Four Options Available.

McGarveys Wee Pub

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

The diverse menu features Irish and American classics to enjoy while watching sports on big screens or live bands that play on weekends

Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 or $15 Worth of Pizza at Jimbo's Pizza and Buffet (Up to 50% Off)

Jimbo's Pizza and Buffet

Warner Robins

$10 $5.50

Buffet offers a spread of pizzas with a variety of toppings, as well as non-pizza items such as fried chicken, shrimp, and cinnamon rolls

$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, and Casual Italian Eats at Brucci's Pizza

Brucci's

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

Chefs hand-toss housemade dough to roll into strombolis, fold into calzones, or create chicken-pesto pizza with mushrooms and mozzarella

$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza — Jonesy's Pizza and Pub

Jonesy's Pizza & Pub

Saint Simons Island

$20 $11

Dig into one large pizza with one topping of your choice, plus five wings, an order of sweet sticks, and a soft drink

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It was a bold idea?opening a restaurant in the midst of the Great Depression. But the founders were truly convinced that if they maintained a clean space with low prices and friendly service, they'd drum up more than enough business to support themselves. And on October 24, 1932, when Krystal's first customer walked out with six Krystals and a cup of coffee for 35 cents, the restaurant's remarkably successful run began.

More than 81 years later, Krystal reigns as one of the oldest fast-food brands in the country. Their namesake creation remains their biggest draw, snack-size burgers topped with diced onion, mustard, and pickle on a soft, square bun. Over the years they've added other hugely popular menu items, including breakfast scramblers and MilkQuakes made from 100% real ice cream. Even after eight decades, enthusiasm from customers has hardly cooled: Krystal gets so much fan mail, the staff have a Krystal Lovers Hall of Fame, for which inductees have their illustrated likeness printed on more than a million burger boxes.

2307 Plant Ave
Waycross,
GA
US

Quiznos' toastmasters fix a fleet of submarine sandwiches using butcher-quality meats, fresh toppings, and an array of artisan breads, which they artfully assemble as you watch. Signature subs (up to a $6.49 value, though prices may vary by location) come straight from Chef Zach Calkins's gourmet cookbook. The protein-packed prime rib & peppercorn swims with sautéed onions and mozzarella, and each Baja chicken sandwich—like a bouquet of roses set on fire—fuses the sweet and the smoky. The turkey ranch & swiss arrives piled high with lettuce, tomatoes, and red onions, and a convivial quartet of cured meats bathes in red-wine vinaigrette upon the classic italian sub. Feel free to trap condiments between nine-grain wheat, rosemary parmesan, italian herb, or italian white breads, or avoid the bun concept entirely by either ordering one of five chopped salads, such as the classic cobb, or ordering your secretary to send bread's calls straight to voicemail.

1650 Baytree Rd
Valdosta,
GA
US

Originally opened as the Top Hat Drive-In in 1953, Sonic has grown into a burger-franchise mecca that today operates out of 3,500 locations across the country, making it the nation’s largest chain of drive-in restaurants. Sonic specializes in made-to-order American classics—including burgers, hot dogs, milk shakes, and marshmallow Ford Thunderbolts—which customers order and receive without ever having to leave their cars. Unique menu items include toaster sandwiches stacked on thick slices of texas toast, as well as the brand’s signature tots and fresh limeades.

Sonic’s numerous awards include a 2011 Zagat survey ranking it among the top-five fast-food restaurants in three categories: Best Value Menu, Best Milkshake, and Best Drivethru. The benevolent eatery has also donated more than $2 million to public schools throughout the country through its program Limeades for Learning, which helps to fund educational projects and retirement plans for classroom guinea pigs.

919 S 1st St
Jesup,
GA
US

CityVoters rated Blue Sky Grill one of the Best Burgers in Southwestern Georgia. More than 700 Facebookers are fans:

125 1st St SE
Moultrie,
GA
US

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).

1 N Main St
Moultrie,
GA
US

The Corner Cakery sweetens significant celebrations with custom-decorated delicacies and an array of sugary snacks. Known for knocking children's cakes out of the park ($25.99 for a quarter sheet), baking gurus design kids' desserts to fit the tastes and current cartoon obsessions of wee ones. Cupcakes step out of their larger sibling's shadow with flavors such as the customer-favorite key lime and the customer-evading invisible strawberry ($10.99 for a dozen, $1+ for one). The Corner Cakery does significant trade in cookies, a child's favorite form of currency, changing fistfuls of change into choice chocolate-chip treats ($8.99 for a dozen, $0.89 for one). Meanwhile, plump red-velvet cake balls make for an easily portable snack ($15 for a dozen).

134 1st St SE
Moultrie,
GA
US