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Mystic Grill in Covington, GA
« on: June 11, 2015, 01:47:31 PM »


New chef, great menu, farm to table approach.  It is on my radar, one of the best beer pairing chefs in the area.  See Chef Thomas Humphries do his thing.

http://www.themysticgrill.com/#about

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Re: Mystic Grill in Covington, GA
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2015, 06:44:26 PM »

MwS>- A wonderful experience.  We had the full tour from the owner and some secret insight into the ghosts that are in that old bank building.  Chef Thomas Humphries is the guy in charge of the kitchen and he did a splendid job today with Shrimp and Sweet potato fritters (from the old menu), a tea marinated Southern fried chicken like some in town places with buttermilk mashed potatoes and tender green beans ( could have been more tender ).    I had a huge "special" salad with a lot of arugula, red onions, sliced radishes and brie cheese.  It was too big for this Hungarian to finish.   They also brought out some fried green tomatoes, and a decadent dessert.   I had several spoonfuls of the dessert but failed to score any fried green tomato with a wonderful sauce under it.  Here are a couple pics of the meal/place.   
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