What is the best restaurant in each of the 14 SEC towns?

When you think of the SEC, you think football of course, but you also think of sweet southern comfort and down home cookin’! We will take you through each of the 14 SEC towns from Oxford, to Nashville, to Baton Rouge, to Athens, and all throughout the Southeastern conference. When we can travel to football games again you’ll know where you should be eating in these rival towns. So, without further ado, here is the best restaurant in each of the 14 SEC towns!


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Columbia, Missouri – CC’s City Broiler


Fayetteville, Arkansas – Hugo’s Restaurant


College Station, Texas – The Republic Steakhouse


Lexington, Kentucky – Merrick Inn Restaurant


Columbia, South Carolina – Solstice Kitchen


Starkville, Mississippi – Harvey’s


Oxford, Mississippi – Bouré Restaurant



Auburn, Alabama – The Hound


Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Cravings


Knoxville, Tennessee – Corner 16


Nashville, Tennessee – Etch Restaurant


Gainesville, Florida – Embers Wood Grill


Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Louisiana Lagniappe Restaurant


Athens, Georgia – Last Resort Grill



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Noah, a sports fan since 1992, began his journey into sports media in 2012. He is co-founder of the Great American Sports Network as well as a podcast host, filmmaker and freelance writer.

One thought on “What is the best restaurant in each of the 14 SEC towns?

  1. In Starkville, Harvey’s is very good but The Veranda is hands down the nicest restaurant in town. The next time you publish this list perhaps a stop there is in order.

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