Dinner with Family and Friends in Blue Ridge

Back and better than ever… Just when we thought the Lake Blue Ridge Marina couldn’t get any better, they kicked off the 2018 lake season with “The Boat Dock Bar and Grill,” the perfect place to relax and enjoy lunch or dinner with family and friends while enjoying the great outdoors and the beauty of Lake Blue Ridge! Locals and out-of-town guests, alike, The Boat Dock truly has something for everyone and is like no other restaurant in North Georgia. Their fun casual atmosphere is the perfect hangout day or night… and, really, what beats dinner with a view? With the best backdrop in town, you’ll delight in watching the magnificent sunsets over the mountains and Lake Blue Ridge from the patio, and you will even be serenaded by local musicians on the weekends! With 100 miles of shoreline, the 3,300 acre Lake Blue Ridge is known for its white bass and small mouth bass fishing… and now for “The Boat Dock Bar & Grill!”

For more information, check out their website: http://lakeblueridgemarina.com/boat-dock-bar-grill/

And while you’re spending your time on the lake, don’t forget your waterfront specialists, Nathan Fitts  & Team, who can help make your Blue Ridge home dreams a reality! (877)BUY-MTNS

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