The Lawrenceville Highway corridor that connects Decatur and Tucker was once the home to a famous gas station sign that said “Hello World.” That sign was located in an area known as “Pea Ridge,” named for the abundance of pea farmers stationed in the area. Though the sign and the Pea Ridge name are things of the past, our neighborhood still yearns for a time when small, independent, friendly businesses ruled the streets.
We hope to bring our years of experience in the food and hospitality industry into the community and create something the locals are proud of. We will be serving simple fresh foods, made from scratch, and served with love in a fun atmosphere. Come check us out at Pea Ridge.
We locally source our food to keep small businesses thriving. We only look for the finest quality to produce mouthwatering flavours everyone will enjoy. Our menu is constantly changing to incorporate the seasons freshest ingredients.
Pea Ridge has a wide selection of beers and wines. Keeping with the locally grown theme we try and source our alcohol the same way by buying from companies located in Decatur, Avondale Estates, and Marietta to name a few. Pea Ridge also offers up a full bar with many of your favorite spirits. Come cool off this summer and have a refreshing drink with us!
Located where the Country Cafe used to be for over 30 years. Pea Ridge restaurant has come a long way with a beautiful interior and warm and friendly environment. You will feel right at home when you walk through our doors.
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Delivering a classic book/restaurant scenario is Pea Ridge Kitchen & Bar, a casual new place of sandwiches and salads with an underwhelming appearance on the outside and a Leon’s vet on the inside
On Tuesday, my wife and I met up for supper at Pea Ridge Kitchen & Bar. This was their big opening night and a special moment for us, too—because it’s the only non-fast-food that is easy walking distance from our house. We live on the outskirts of Decatur and naturally frequent
At one time the Pangborn area was probably inhabited by Creek Indians. Typically, the Cherokees were found north of the Chattahoochee River, although, this area was probably a place of contact between the two tribes. Once the area was settled by more permanent residents, the Lawrenceville Highway became a focal point.