Luigi’s, open since 1949 and still owned by the Ballas family, has been an Augusta favorite and outlasted most dining establishments in the CSRA. With informal, family-style dining and friendly service, they offer high quality food cooked to order from recipes handed down from generation to generation. Luigi’s is a treat for any first timer […]
Giussepe’s Pizza & Italian Specialties, a local Augusta favorite, offers casual dining and is great for the whole family. They offer friendly staff, a limited lunch menu and pizza/pasta buffet (be sure to have plenty of time to spare as they get packed and don’t offer reservations), an extensive dinner menu and daily specials with […]
This casual, family-orientated restaurant has a friendly staff that greets you when entering. The servers are polite and knowledgeable about their menu. The hibachi grill section has four different grilling stations with staff to manage each and the chef ’s preparation of the food is very artistic and amusing. Although the plating is not the […]
Miyabi Kyoto offers an enjoyable and standard hibachi experience. They have a wonderful atmosphere for a family celebration, to include children and grandparents. Entertainment is included with the meal since it’s prepared with a comedic flair at the table by a trained Japanese chef. All hibachi dishes are cooked and served separately at the table, […]
Fujiyama’s casual atmosphere, diverse menu, and superior service are capable of adapting to any outing, be it a business lunch, family hibachi grill dinner, or romantic night out for two with their “Love Boat for Two” sashimi and roll combo. This is by far the finest quality of service and sushi I have come across […]
MSG Doney has made the transition from Finger Lakes, upstate New York, to Augusta, Georgia, with a few detours along the way. Currently the Senior Retention Operations Non-Commissioned Officer at Fort Gordon, Doney started out in a most unlikely career field prior to enlisting with the Army—as a dog groomer and kennel master in California. […]
“Son; you won’t last two years in the military.” My father desired for me to attend college so my younger brother and sister would follow in my footsteps, but the lure of travel and freedom was too great. This is just one of many times that I would be told that I shouldn’t, couldn’t, or wouldn’t be able to do something.