Covington, Ga. (PRWEB) November 12, 2015
On Oct. 30 the Mystic Grill Restaurant earned a glowing review from the Atlanta Food Critic. The review praised the restaurant’s knowledgeable staff as a compliment to its superb entrées, from the Country Captain Chicken to the Bourbon Glazed Pork Chop with Buttermilk Mash and Grilled Asparagus.
The review concluded: “Readers, culinary excellence can be found OTP [outside the perimeter]. Venture outside the box and make your way to the Mystic Grill. The ambience is excellent, the food is stunning and the service is awesome. We had a great time and plan to return often. Guten appetit!”
“We are delighted that they had such a great experience with us. Our goal is to have everyone who walks in our doors leave feeling the same way. We appreciate their kind words and graciousness and look forward to ‘y'all stopping by for a bite,’” said Kelley Johnston, Mystic Grill Founder.
The Mystic Grill has also received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and was featured on the Official Georgia Tourism & Travel Site’s “100 Plates Locals Love.” The travel site called the restaurant’s Sweet Potato Shrimp Fritters the dish “that will keep you coming back for more.”
“We are so happy to share our little part of the world with everyone. It's a great place and great town. There really is life and great food OTP and now others know about it too!” said Angi Beszborn, Mystic Grill Founder.
Featured on the television show The Vampire Diaries, the Mystic Grill is located in the historic Covington Square, Ga. The restaurant specializes in delicious modern twists on traditional southern food and provides fantastic atmosphere, including rooftop seating with a full bar and a stunning view of the historic district.
To read the entire review, go to http://atlanta-food-critic.com/2015/10/review-mystic-grill-covington-newton/.
To learn more about the Mystic Grill Restaurant, please visit http://mysticgrill.restaurant/.
About the Mystic Grill Restaurant
The Mystic Grill was inspired by two communities: the family and fans of The Vampire Diaries and the small town community it calls home. The television series, filmed in Covington, inspired partners John & Angi Beszborn and Ronnie & Kelley Johnston to bring the on screen restaurant to life.
Through highlighting local farmers and hiring locally, their vision was to create a restaurant that would not only provide the Covington community with incredible food, service, and atmosphere, but also foster sustainability and local growth. Chef-driven, the Mystic Grill provides southern food with an upscale and fun twist.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday-Sunday 11AM - 3PM
Small Bites 3PM-5PM
Monday-Thursday 5PM - 10PM
Friday and Saturday 5PM - 11PM
Sunday 5PM - 9PM