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The south has a history of down-home cooking, and the Bulloch House Resturant sticks to its southern roots.
The Bulloch House Restaurant has been a staple in Warm Springs since the 1990s. The restaurant was originally housed in the Bulloch House that was built by Benjamin F. Bulloch, the co-founder of Bullochville that is now Warm Springs, in 1893. Unfortunately, a fire in 2015 forced the restaurant to move its current location on Broad Street.
Bulloch House Restaurant is known as classic “meat and three” restaurant with a delicious southern buffet. Enjoy fried chicken, sweet potato soufflé, green beans, and sweet corn — all in one meal. Don’t miss the fried green tomatoes either! After a delicious meal, be sure you leave room for dessert. Bulloch House Restaurant’s desserts are all homemade, so give the caramel cake or red velvet cake a try.
Despite their menu changing on a daily basis, Bulloch House Restaurant is always serving up comfort food.