Restaurant hours this week

Smith House foodTues-Thurs 11-3

Fri 3:30-7:30

Sat & Sun 11-7:30

Closed on Monday’s

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Private Dinners & Events

Hogue Room Specializing in Wedding Dinners, Meetings, and Family Gatherings for many years. Four banquet rooms and an outdoor pavilion to signature your event. Catering also available to local venues. We can fully cater your event or deliver and bring your favorite Smith House table dishes.
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Frank W Hall Register

The date is 1892 and Dahlonega has grown into a thriving community. Frank Hall acquired many business on the town square of Dahlonega. The register was used in his merchantile business located in town. The Welch family restored the register and now is in the History Museum at The Smith House.

Holiday's at The Smith House

>santa clauseHo! Ho! Ho!> Santa loves eating his veggies and Fried Chicken at The Smith House. He surprises us most every weekend after leaving the town square after visiting with his friends.  Come enjoy dinner with Santa!
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Holiday Gift Cards

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Give the gift of a stay in our historic inn, meals in our famous restaurant serving since 1922, or purchases in our gift store. Increments starting at $25-$500.

 

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New Year in Dahlonega!

button-300x300-150x150Happy New Year! Buy your button for the festivities happening on the town square of Dahlonega. Come early for a dinner at The Smith House to have your fill of collard greens and black-eyed peas along with our signature recipes.Click here for a hours and menu      
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Mine Shaft

mineshaftThe mine shaft was discovered when the current owners were doing a major renovation project. During construction of the old dining room a new addition, workers found a large size round hold and shaft under a concrete slab they were removing. After removing the debris from the shaft, they discovered discarded contents of the house from days past. Cleaning out the shaft many feet-to their surprise they found the famous gold vein in the side wall of the shaft. The original shaft is for the public to view in the basement of the house.

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