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We are located on the
Historic Dahlonega
Public Square
90 & 94 Public Square N
Dahlonega, GA 30533
706-864-0832

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Our Hours
April-December
Monday 12-6
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 12-6
Friday 11-8
Saturday 11-8
Sunday 12:30-6
Call for appointment on other days: 770-231-5783
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Wine Growers of Georgia

Wine Growers of Georgia

Dahlonega Chamber of Commerce

Visit Our Friends Around the Area

Bleu Art Gallery
Bleu Art Gallery, sharing space with Naturally Georgia, features art by Mike Miller, Helen Miller, Margret von Keiser, and Terry Ergle.

Hall House Hotel
Hall House Hotel is in the Hall House, a building that dates back to 1881 and is the second oldest building on Dahlonega's historic square. The Hall House Hotel is the only lodging directly on Dahlonega's historic square; a short walk to the restaurants, shopping, music venues and everything else Dahlonega has to offer!

Old Storehouse Inn The Old Storehouse Inn is a historic building just a block and a half from Naturally Georgia and across the street from Hancock Park, the location of many festivals and local activities.

Hall House Fine Art Gallery
Hall House Fine Art Gallery, across the hall from Naturally Georgia, features local artists, potters, and jewelers.

Bourbon Street Grille
Bourbon Street Grille is just up the stairs from Naturally Georgia. Fine New Orleans style dining. Try the Beignets with Chicory Coffee. Enjoy live music on the back deck with full bar!

Bratzeit
Bratzeit, a family owned and operated German and Swiss restaurant. Located four blocks from the Dahlonega Square.

Paul Thomas Chocolates
Paul Thomas Chocolates, North Georgia's Finest Chocolates, is owned by Paul T. Hoffman, Chocolatier, who has worked since 1975 to deliver incredible candies, chocolates and sweets for all to enjoy. While browsing their large selection of milk and dark chocolates, watch them being made in the shop! Just a couple of doors down from Naturally Georgia.

Cranberry Corners
Cranberry Corners is just around the corner from Naturally Georgia. Let Kranberry Kathy build you a beautiful gift basket. Christmas All Year!

Shenanigans Irish Pub
Shenanigans Irish Pub, just a block off the historic Dahlonega Square and around the corner from Naturally Georgia, strives to be all that a true local Irish pub should be. Shenanigans offers traditional Irish dishes, pub fare, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. Come find out why Shenanigans is the locals' not-so-best-kept secret!

Dahlonega Trail Fest
Dahlonega Trail Fest is a 3 day festival held every year on the second weekend in September celebrating the ties between Dahlonega, the southern gateway to the Appalachian Trail and the AT. Naturally Georgia is a sponsor and is the featured wine in the Beer and Wine Garden. Trail Fest features speakers, music, films, workshops, guided activities, and vendor booths.

Dahlonega Visitors Center
Dahlonega Visitors Center. Visit the best little town in the North Georgia Mountains!

Searcey Grant Searcey offers a wide selection of original art pieces, prints, magnets (perfect stocking stuffers), and is available for commissioned pieces!

Dahlonega Vineyards Visit Dahlonega Vineyards to see some of Jack Anthony's photography including Naturally Georgia.

Corkscrew Cafe
The Corkscrew Cafe, is just down the street from Naturally Georgia near the historic Holly Theater. Voted Best in Fine Dining & Best Dinner for 2012 by the Dahlonega Nugget. Corkscrew Cafe carries our Tiger Mountain wines.

Mountain Laurel Creek Inn
The Mountain Laurel Creek Inn & Spa is an elegant bed and breakfast & spa with rustic grace and charm in the heart of Georgia wine country. Relax and be pampered in a scenic mountain setting.

Georgia Winegrowers Association

As part of the Georgia Winegrower's Association, Naturally Georgia looks forward to being your first and last stop on the annual Wine Highway Weekend.


Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site
Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site, a Georgia State Park, housed in the 1836 Lumpkin County Courthouse, sits in the middle of the Dahlonega Square, across the street from Naturally Georgia. Lumpkin County is the site of the first major gold rush in the United States which occurred in 1828 and a US Branch Mint that operated from 1838 to 1861, turning out over $6 million of gold coins. The museum traces this history with a film and exhibits.

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