Abel Brown is a southern kitchen & oyster bar nestled in Surrey Center in Augusta, Ga. The name, much like our menu, is a nod to and celebration of our blended cultural roots. Authentic, yet refined, our ingredient-driven dishes are prepared and served with thought and respect. We pair clean and modern Southern cuisine with the charm & tradition reserved for high company.

We are a cocktail bar and eatery politely tucked away on Broad Street in downtown Augusta, Georgia. Featuring hand-crafted cocktails, an elegant wine selection, and gourmet small plates. A fusion of old wood with metal modern mix, low lights bouncing off art deco and leather. Welcome to Craft & Vine, the latest addition to the Frog Hollow Hospitality Group.

In the 1940’s, Horace Usry, The Fat Man, took over his father Darnell’s grocery store, changing the name from Sanitary Curb Market to Fat Man’s Corner. Soon after, the first restaurant, The Pit, appeared as a natural extension into food service. The Pit (later named Fatsville Chow and then Fat Man’s Cafe) was always there serving up Miss Pearl’s famous fried chicken and squash casserole. Now located at historic Enterprise Mill, Fat Man’s Mill Cafe along with the Enterprise Mill Events Center carries the Fat Man’s name and tradition of top quality and friendly service. From events to catering to dine-in lunch the Fat Man’s still does it all!

Charcuterie, modern dishes and craft libations in a laid back setting.

Serving lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday, with a special brunch menu on Saturday! Awesome roasted all-natural antibiotic and hormone free chicken paired with seasonal, organic side dishes and classic fried potato wedges. We also feature our regional favorites such as a pot pies, local roasted leg of lamb sandwich and all organic roasted pork loin “Philly-style” sandwiches. We also have a diverse offering of fresh healthy salads.

Since 1995 New Moon Cafe has been flying the flag of authentic cool in Augusta's River Region by roasting the best socially conscious coffees and serving creative comfort food in a super casual setting.

Informal option offering a variety of American grub including seafood & burgers.

Founded in 1965 by George Cunningham, WifeSaver began as a way for George to take care of the mounting medical bills brought on by his son, (and now owner) Chris Cunningham’s childhood bout with polio. Built by the Cunninghams and family friend “Hambone”, the original WifeSaver on Milledgeville Road stood in the front yard of George’s home.