5510 Church Street
Flowery Branch, GA 30541
We hope our guests find true southern hospitality in our restaurant and happiness in our food.
Take a look at Antebellum in the news.
I’ll be the first to admit that Flowery Branch is a bit of a haul. But I have no reservations about sending you on that drive. This chef has skill and a desire to grow, which has catapulted him to the top of his game. There’s no question that Antebellum will only improve with age.
The St. Clairs are young, energetic and focused on providing a great experience for all guests. Antebellum is among the most consistently top-ranked restaurant by diners on Open Table. Both the town of Flowery Branch and the venue itself offer a bona fide Southern experience that is well worth the excursion.
Chef Nicholas St. Clair puts care and thought into each of the dishes served at this restaurant set in a converted Flowery Branch bungalow. He’s a young chef to drive for — and one to watch.
Does a stack of fried green tomatoes between toasted brioche smeared with bacon jam, topped with a fried egg and dotted with hot sauce sound like a bit much for an appetizer? It is, and could I get another order, please?
It’s well worth the haul outside the city. This evening was no different— in fact, it was a new and tasty to reason to charge up your GPS.
What could be more Southern than naming a restaurant “Antebellum?” Not much, unless you consider a triple array of deviled eggs as an appetizer or a farm greens salad with pimento cheese and old-fashioned dressing.