My recent blog post was focused on Mully’s Nacoochee Grill in Helen GA and to further explain why this was such an incredible dining experience was a call I received shortly after notifying the owner, Greg “Mully” Ash called me to thank me for writing the blog. See what I am talking about…The Over and Beyond Service. Please check the previous blog for all of their goodies they offer. Now, on to the other restaurants for their specialties and good dining experiences.
Second on our list of a great meal and I will have to say, we have eaten at Pauls Steakhouse on a trip previously and it was of such great merit, we made a return visit. True to form, we were not disappointed the first or the second time eating here. We will be making a return visit when we go back to Helen, GA. We love seafood and my husband loves a steak cooked right. We visited Paul’s on Friday night and they have Seafood Special of Crab Legs by the pound. We ordered enough so Greg and I could share them along with Shrimp and Oysters. Oh man, I can’t even start to tell you how scrumptious, juicy, perfectly seasoned and cooked those crab legs were. They were so good, I barely ate the green beans or coleslaw but they were also delicious but I couldn’t get away from those crab legs. For those of you who love crab legs are usually masters of cracking the leg without using the crackers and I had shown Greg years ago how to crack them without breaking the meat inside and how to pull the desired meat out in one piece. To do this, the crab legs have to be cooked perfectly to pop them at the right spot. I would give the crab legs 5 Stars. Greg said his shrimp were excellent and huge. Paul’s makes its dressings homemade and it is obvious. For Steak and Seafood dining, you cannot go wrong at Paul’s Steakhouse.
COWBOYS & ANGELS, HELEN GA
I have to say we have eaten at Cowboys & Angels on a previous trip and it was exceptional for many reasons, but this place knows how to make french fries which will make you forget about how delicious the other menu items are. The first trip we had burgers and fries and even though we were breaking our low carb diets, we both ordered entrees with fries. I had a BLT with piles of smoked bacon on Texas Toast which was toasted (I do prefer a thinner bread, but that is my personal taste) and Greg had a ribeye steak which he said was very tasty. What we ordered for an appetizer was a first for us…Portabello Fritters….have you ever had them? I wish I had taken a picture of them as they are different that fried mushrooms. Interesting is the best word to describe them. For us, the next time we go, it will be for burgers and fries as that was what brought us back but we are into trying new things. Make a stop to Cowboys & Angels on your next trip and be sure to let us know your favs.
I am stopping with these two places in this blog post but I have some more and interestingly, I will be writing on Huddle House The Dawg Haus. That’s right and I look forward to covering the next segment of What’s to Eat in Helen GA soon.
Here are the websites for you to visit until you can actually visit Helen and some or all of the wonderful places to walk, see, and enjoy.
Paul’s Steakhouse: http://paulssteakhouse.com/
Cowboy’s & Angels: https://www.cowboysangels.net/
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