The Magnolia Thomas Restaurant

★★★★★
Cozy Historic Fine Dining Gem in Woodstock
34.1011 -84.5157
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678-445-5789

108 Arnold Mill Rd

Woodstock, GA

30188

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About The Magnolia Thomas Restaurant

Hours
Wed-Thu 5pm-10pm Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm Sun 10:30am-3pm Brunch

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A quaint little restaurant in a beautiful setting. I really enjoyed their green tomatoes, the georgia pecan river trout, and asparagus. Reasonably priced fine cuisine.

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A quaint little restaurant in a beautiful setting. I really enjoyed their green tomatoes, the georgia pecan river trout, and asparagus. Reasonably priced fine cuisine.

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Dining at The Magnolia Thomas House was one of the best dining experiences I've ever had. I would give the food, the ambiance, and the incredible staff 5 stars!

As you enter the restaurant, you are warmly greeted, dark wooden floors lay before you, the tables are all neatly set and candles provide a warm atmosphere. Fireplaces and an absolutely gorgeous courtyard out back for special events add to the ambiance.

As we settled into our table, we were surprised by the extensive (and delicious looking!) dinner menu, as well as the extensive wine list. I chose the Buttermilk Fried Chicken, a house special, and it was the best that I've ever had! And the manager recommended a fabulous wine that matched our dinner perfectly. I've never been happier with a meal!!

I would highly recommend visiting The Magnolia Restaurant in Woodstock, Georgia. If you do?you will go back again, I promise.

5
★★★★★

Dining at The Magnolia Thomas House was one of the best dining experiences I've ever had. I would give the food, the ambiance, and the incredible staff 5 stars!

As you enter the restaurant, you are warmly greeted, dark wooden floors lay before you, the tables are all neatly set and candles provide a warm atmosphere. Fireplaces and an absolutely gorgeous courtyard out back for special events add to the ambiance.

As we settled into our table, we were surprised by the extensive (and delicious looking!) dinner menu, as well as the extensive wine list. I chose the Buttermilk Fried Chicken, a house special, and it was the best that I've ever had! And the manager recommended a fabulous wine that matched our dinner perfectly. I've never been happier with a meal!!

I would highly recommend visiting The Magnolia Restaurant in Woodstock, Georgia. If you do?you will go back again, I promise.

Pros: Atmosphere, Excellent Food, Incredible service

Cons: None that I can think of

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This was a wonderful night out close to home. Able to have a 5 star dinner without the drive to Atlanta! From the moment we walked in, we were greeted with smiles and made to feel welcomed. The service was superb, and the wine list was notable. We started with shrimp and grits and ended with a fried snickers. Everything in between was phenomenal! This is an absolute "must try" for everyone in Northwest Metro.

5
★★★★★

This was a wonderful night out close to home. Able to have a 5 star dinner without the drive to Atlanta! From the moment we walked in, we were greeted with smiles and made to feel welcomed. The service was superb, and the wine list was notable. We started with shrimp and grits and ended with a fried snickers. Everything in between was phenomenal! This is an absolute "must try" for everyone in Northwest Metro.

Pros: atmosphere and service

Cons: short menu

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I live in Woodstock and had driven by the Magnolia Thomas several times and thought it would be a boring, Southern restaurant w/ antiques on the walls. Shows what I know, because I had dinner there this past Saturday night and was impressed to find it was nothing like I thought it would be. The layout was exactly as you would expect a house-turned restaurant to be, with smaller private rooms off of a main walkway. There were 2 rooms w/ fireplaces, one of which we were seated in & were able to enjoy the privacy while we caught up with friends. Our dinner was excellent - we started out w/ the fried green tomatoes w/ blackeyed pea salsa, which were so delicious I could have eaten a dozen. For our entrees, I had a portabella mushroom topped spinach salad (one downfall, very few vegetarian options) but even better was my boyfriend's spinach ravioli. It was the best I have ever had! I usually don't even like sun-dried tomatoes, but the chef prepared the dish in such a way that made them taste fantastic. The best part is that we were able to bring our own bottle of wine & pay a $10 corking fee. I have heard they are doing away with this after the first of the year, though. Our bill for the corking fee, appetizer & 3 entrees & a salad was get this - only $64!! As good as the food tasted & as warm as the ambience, I was expecting much more. Our friends said the desserts were very good, but we were too full to try them and said we would save room next time. This is THE best restaurnt in Woodstock, hands down, but it may soon have some competition since they are revamping downtown Woodstock and doing a good job of it. This restaurnt is perfect for everything - a date, taking parents, out-of-towners, baby/bridal showers (a friend & I will be holding one there in Feb), graduation party, birthday - seriously, anything. Ok, I've said enough, just try it & you'll like it.

5
★★★★★

I live in Woodstock and had driven by the Magnolia Thomas several times and thought it would be a boring, Southern restaurant w/ antiques on the walls. Shows what I know, because I had dinner there this past Saturday night and was impressed to find it was nothing like I thought it would be. The layout was exactly as you would expect a house-turned restaurant to be, with smaller private rooms off of a main walkway. There were 2 rooms w/ fireplaces, one of which we were seated in & were able to enjoy the privacy while we caught up with friends. Our dinner was excellent - we started out w/ the fried green tomatoes w/ blackeyed pea salsa, which were so delicious I could have eaten a dozen. For our entrees, I had a portabella mushroom topped spinach salad (one downfall, very few vegetarian options) but even better was my boyfriend's spinach ravioli. It was the best I have ever had! I usually don't even like sun-dried tomatoes, but the chef prepared the dish in such a way that made them taste fantastic. The best part is that we were able to bring our own bottle of wine & pay a $10 corking fee. I have heard they are doing away with this after the first of the year, though. Our bill for the corking fee, appetizer & 3 entrees & a salad was get this - only $64!! As good as the food tasted & as warm as the ambience, I was expecting much more. Our friends said the desserts were very good, but we were too full to try them and said we would save room next time. This is THE best restaurnt in Woodstock, hands down, but it may soon have some competition since they are revamping downtown Woodstock and doing a good job of it. This restaurnt is perfect for everything - a date, taking parents, out-of-towners, baby/bridal showers (a friend & I will be holding one there in Feb), graduation party, birthday - seriously, anything. Ok, I've said enough, just try it & you'll like it.

Pros: Delicious Food, Cheap Bill, Warm Ambience, Friendly Staff

Cons: Slow Service (2 hour dinner)