Danny's is our "go-to" place for good country, home cooking. If you want to find some of your favorite comfort foods that remind you of home, than go to Danny's.
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There's nothing more disappointing than a restaurant that could be so much better than it is if the cooks would use some seasoning and practice until they put out great food. This concept is good. A small cafeteria line with a really good selection of...More
Great service! Great food! Cafeteria-style line and more room than appears from the parking lot. Everyone was so friendly! They also compliment your clothes! ;-)
I eat at Danny's several times a week. This restaurant has the best breakfast in town. For lunch you can go thru the cafeteria line and select what you want, items are priced individually. Lot of choices of meats and vegetables. Good baked chicken, great...More
Awesome as it could be. We had been hiking the AT over last couple days and having some good hot country cooking hit the spot. The friend chicken was amazing. No joke. Delicious vegetables and desert. This little restaurant was so clean and full of...More
Our party of 9 adults was very pleased with the efficiency of the friendly staff and the tastiness of our breakfast selections. Good variety with very fair prices. We liked it so much, we went back the next day!.
I tell all my friends that Danny's has better food than the Smith House for a lot less money. Four of us drove over from Amicacola Falls lodge to eat at Danny's and we weren't disappointed. The green beans were fresh and perfectly seasoned. Portions...More
We drove by and seen many cars so stopped. It's cafeteria style but we had a lot to choose from ham, turkey, roast beef and fried chicken. Several types of vegetables and desserts. Cornbread or roll and drinks. It was very good food with really...More
I have always made this one of my first choices while visiting Dalonega and was pleased. Well I don't know if they have a different cook or what but was really disappointed this trip. My pork chops were fried differently and were very dry. It...More