10 Local Carrolton Businesses To Support During Quarantine
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10 Local Carrolton, Georgia Businesses To Support During the Quarantine

Eat and breathe local in Carrollton, even during Coronavirus.

10 Local Carrolton, Georgia Businesses To Support During the Quarantine

These businesses need us now more than ever. Here is a list I compiled of local places in Carrollton, Ga, over my time spent at the school. Some places I have not even tried, and now I want to go even more. Enjoy, let me know your favorite local spots!

1. Irish Bred Pub

The go-to place for a night out on the square but it also had the best food. Their bbq chicken Mac and cheese bowl is the bomb. They are now doing take out!

2. South of heaven BBQ

I have only heard great things about the little restaurant inside of the purple mansion. They are now offering take out too where you can get their delicious bbq sandwiches and other items to go.

3. The Squire Shop

A place I have always loved to shop for all things preppy pre-corona and they have great sales as well. They are now opening their doors, taking all the precautions.

4. Jules & James Boutique

A boutique close to campus that I've been to a few times pre-corona. They are also opening their doors but they are also offering curbside pick up if you want to FaceTime them what you want to pick out.

5. The Little Donkey

The lazy donkey's sibling is close to Walmart. Really great service and Mexican food are located here. They are also offering curbside during this time

6. Rethread Thrift

The owner of this store is the sweetest, lots of great options in the store too. The store also supports the ministries. They also are opening their doors and allowing curbside at the moment.

7. Carroll 168 Donuts

Some of the best donuts that I have had in town. They are so delish, no kidding (blueberry is my fav). They are also doing curbside!

8. McGhee's Bakery

I love this bakery in town, their treats are to die for. They also have cookie kits. They are now doing pick up and drive-thru.

9. 4 AM Coffee Roasters

I actually have not had their donuts or coffee but I plan on it, I have heard great things. I believe they are also doing pick up as well.

10. Jerry's Country Kitchen

I love their breakfast food, you will not go wrong with them. They are also doing curbside at the moment, making sure their Facebook fans know.

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