Braselton’s delectable dining selections continue to expand. With the debut of Cotton Calf Kitchen in the historic Braselton Brothers Department Store building, the sizzle of big city, dry-aged steaks arrives in downtown Braselton. The 120-seat white tablecloth classic American steakhouse’s name pays tribute both to the menu’s cuisine and the turn-of-the-century Braselton cotton gin building located across the street. In addition to the formal dining room, Cotton Calf Kitchen offers a roomy lounge and bar area. The restaurant also features a private dining room and a 20-seat outdoor patio facing the city’s eagerly anticipated amphitheater.
Feel free to indulge. Afterwards, you can burn off any guilt with some shopping at Braselton’s newest retail addition. Located in the historic Braselton Brothers General Store building, Naked South Boutique offers modern and fashionable apparel as well as home décor. Relax and enjoy a glass of wine while you shop or cozy up by the concrete fire-pit in front of the store (only in the fall and winter, of course).