We realize many people are still choosing to safely distance from home, but for those of you who are beginning to responsibly travel out and about, downtown Milledgeville businesses are selectively re-opening their doors and offering good, delicious meals and places to get your shopping fix in-- all while introducing new protocols and procedures to enhance your safety! Whether you are supporting our local businesses through shopping online, using curbside pickup or practicing safe social-distancing in person, we invite you to browse all that downtown Milledgeville has to offer!
SHOPPING & RETAIL
Many local retail stores in Downtown Milledgeville have decided to softly open their doors and test the waters with safety and care. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to these local businesses that we all know and love through online purchases and spreading positive vibes. Here is a list of stores that are open or will be opening soon!
Firefly Boutique, The French Vill’Edge, Eclectic, J.C. Grant Co., Market Collective, Oconee Outfitters, Pink Poodle Grooming Salon & Boutique, Southern Roots, The Red Door and Willow Floral & Events Studio. Open by Appointment Only: Artistry Salon, A Flair for Hair, Hairbar, Miles of Styles and Sun Brushed Tanning Salon
Opening in June!
EAT & DRINK
Are you tired of scraping together food at home? Restaurants in downtown Milledgeville have savory meals just for you! Keep it nice and simple with curbside pickup and take out from these locations!
Amici, Barberitos, Bollywood Tacos, The Brick, Cravings, Doodle's Cupcake Bakery, Georgia Bob’s BBQ, Kirk’s Jerk Chicken, Kuroshima, Local Yolkal Cafe, Metropolis Cafe, Ned Kelly’s Down Under, The Reel Grill of Milledgeville, Ryals' Bakery and Smoothie King
Want more than a curbside experience?
Dine in today at The Local Yolkal, Amici, Doodle’s Cupcake Bakery, Buffingtons, Ned Kelly’s Down Under, The Reel Grill of Milledgeville and Blackbird Coffee! Restaurants allowing dine in will be following Governor Kemp’s listed guidelines which include keeping 6 feet apart, wearing gloves and masks, frequently cleaning, providing hand-sanitizing stations etc.
*Please see their website and social media for specific hours, specials and other policies!
Don't see your favorite on the list? You can still contribute and find ways to make a difference to Milledgeville's local businesses. From our new kids on the block to our iconic long-time businesses, our locally-owned business community needs your support now more than ever. Find out how HERE.
Stay informed here with Visit Milledgeville, as we let you in on what is reopening around town! Until then, enjoy exploring downtown Milly and don’t forget to grab your mask on the way out the door!