Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa

RESERVATIONS: 706.379.9900


Locally grown, seasonal ingredients and regionally-inspired cuisine is prepared exclusively for you at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa.

The professional culinary team at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa creates a tempting selection of menus designed for each unique restaurant. Check out our ensemble of menus offering something for everyone.

The Lodge at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa offers three different venues for enjoying our locally inspired cuisine and libations.

The Dining Room

The Dining Room is a regional hotspot, so reservations are recommended. Cherished for its views of The Three Sisters Mountains, choose to dine near a cozy fireplace in the main dining room or out on the mountain-view veranda – heated seasonally.  

**We will have a Breakfast Buffet on Wednesday 7/17 through Friday 7/26**

**We will have a Lunch Buffet Sunday 7/21Tuesday **

*** We will have a Dinner Buffet Monday 7/22***


Monday through Saturday 7 am to 11 am

Sunday Breakfast: 7 am to 10:30 am

Lunch + Brunch: 11:30 am to 2 pm

Dinner: 5 pm to 9 pm

Brassies Grill

For more casual dining, visit our 19th hole! Brassies Grill provides a relaxing lunch, an afternoon snack or cozy fireside dinner. Play pickup games of pool or darts. Catch televised games and races on the big screen. 


Sunday through Thursday:
11 am to 10 pm

Friday and Saturday: 11 am to 12 am

Kitchen is open until 9 pm

Our hours vary seasonally.  Call us at 706-379-4617 to verify.

Fireside Lounge

Located in the resort’s lobby, it’s the perfect back drop for a relaxing gathering with your favorite beverage. Relax by the massive fireplace for cocktails and conversations next to a crackling fire or under the stars on the veranda. Enjoy the warmth of the afternoon sun on the veranda while taking in views of the magnificent resort surroundings or take in the impressive sunset from the expansive windows found in the lobby with a glass of wine.



Hours vary seasonally

“Breakfast on Saturday morning was wonderful,
but Sunday morning even better because they had someone making omelets and little Belgian waffles.”