Reedy Creek Restaurant is located in Wayne County, Georgia, about twenty miles from the county seat of Jesup. Dining here is a real southern food adventure! The restaurant is out in the middle of nowhere, on a dirt road. The unassuming eatery is comprised of old farm cabins that were joined together, and ancient farming implements adorn the walls.
Not only is the building fascinating, the food is awesome! Every time we’d dined at Reedy Creek Restaurant, the salad bar was fresh and appealing. My favorites from the bar include the pasta salad, the homemade soups, and the banana pudding. The entrees are wonderful, too, and my favorites are the ribeye and the quail.
Actually, one of my favorite aspects of the entire dining experience is the homemade bread. Yep, I’m a bread lover! The warm loaves are served with a delightful cheese spread. My family and I love this bread so much that we sometimes just order that and the spread to go. It’s even great warmed up or toasted the next day.
You’ll feel right at home at Reedy Creek, thanks to the friendly staff. The restaurant is open for dinner on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. For a truly unique dining experience, this place is definitely worth a visit whenever you’re in South Georgia!