4 Way Lunch
Fred Garrison established 4 Way Lunch in 1931 when he took a sack full of meat and packages of buns to an empty old saloon at the corner of Main Street (GA 61/113) and Gilmer Street in downtown Cartersville. There, he started cooking burgers.
At the time, the Dixie Highway was a popular route, and both visitors and residents frequently stopped by for breakfast and lunch. Garrison’s son, Ernest, who grew up in the business, took over in 1972 and continued its operation until he died in 2004.
The restaurant survived racial tensions during the Civil Rights Era and a destructive fire in 1993. 4 Way Lunch is open between 6 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Monday to Saturday. It only accepts cash.
The Anchor is an iconic pub in the London Borough of Southwark, specifically in the Bankside area on the south bank of the River Thames. During Shakespeare’s time, this district was the center of theater, and the Thames served as London’s main highway. The Anchor is the only remaining riverside inn from that period, and it used to be a favorite spot for actors from neighboring playhouses such as the Globe, the Swan, and the Rose. It was also where diarist Samuel Pepys witnessed the Great Fire of London in 1666, as he took shelter in “a little alehouse on bankside … and there watched the fire grow.” Sadly, the pub was destroyed by fire because its primary construction material was oak. However, it was rebuilt in 1676 and has undergone several additions over the centuries. The Anchor has a rich history of attracting river pirates and smugglers. During repairs in the early 19th century, a massive oak beam was discovered, revealing cleverly hidden hiding places most likely used to store stolen goods and contraband.
Bagel Boys Café
The idea for Bagel Boys started when owner John Lamb was 15 years old and working in a Philadelphia-area bagel delicatessen. After working for a decade at a national bagel shop, he struck out to realize that dream. The first Bagel Boys Café opened in 2005. In 2010, the company opened a second location on Kimball Bridge Road in Alpharetta. A third store in Sandy Springs opened in 2016.
Bones opened in 1979 with a mission to offer the best service, steaks, and seafood. Since then, it’s been acknowledged as the top steakhouse in Atlanta and, according to many, the best in the country. It serves prime beef, fresh seafood, Maine lobster, and regional delicacies.
Bones is widely known for hosting business lunches and dinners. For the past 16 years, Bones has received the Best of Atlanta Steakhouse Award every year. Zagat has recognized Bones with the highest rating for food and service of any steakhouse in the country.
Overlooking the scenic Bobby Jones Golf Course along Tanyard Creek in Buckhead, Boone’s offers high-quality service and new American cuisine in an inviting atmosphere. Executive Chef Jason Stern creates changing, approachable menus defined by local availability and feature health-focused, sustainable ingredients. Guests can explore Boone’s curated and signature cocktails, a wide variety of craft beers on tap, and a distinctive wine-by-the-glass and bottle list from around the world.
Christchurch Tramway Restaurant
Indulge in an exclusively curated seasonal dining experience while enjoying an evening sightseeing tour aboard the Tramway Restaurant in central Christchurch. The moving restaurant is the only one of its kind in New Zealand. It provides a premium menu package of locally-sourced cuisine and beverages paired with exceptional service from a professional wait staff. During the meal, riders enjoy stunning views of central Christchurch through the windows.