03/06/2017 Grill Update

IT’S OFFICIAL!!!!

Garland Mountain was issued our food permit on 03/02/2017. We have hired our chef and are currently hard at work getting the final touches in place. The grill will be open in April, 2017. Stay tuned for the official opening date.

In the meantime, PLEASE feel free to bring your own food and beverage to enjoy on our decks and dining area. Including adult beverages for those of age and ONLY after shooting.

07/08/2016 Grill Update

On 7/1 we submitted our well permit plan to Georgia’s EPD. Upon approval of the plan we will purchase and install the equipment. After installation we will move forward with our food permit!

In the meantime, PLEASE feel free to bring your own food and beverage to enjoy on our decks and dining area. Including adult beverages for those of age and ONLY after shooting.

6/09/2016 Grill Update

Because our grill does not have access to city water, we learned we fall under state requirements for a public water source. After meeting with both state and county officials we now have a clear directive as to what steps and equipment will be needed to satisfy these requirements. We are currently in the process of submitting our equipment design for approval. Upon approval we will install the equipment and can continue the process of receiving our food permit. We look forward to serving our visitors delicious meals soon!

In the meantime, PLEASE feel free to bring your own food and beverage to enjoy on our decks and dining area. Including adult beverages for those of age and ONLY after shooting.

We appreciate your patience and will keep you updated on our progress.

We look forward to seeing you on the course!

5/23/2016 Grill Update

Much like shooting sporting clays, enjoying quality food and beverage is a reason for people to gather together. The major events of life, personal and professional, are often celebrated in restaurants. For this reason we feel serving quality food and beverage is very important to the Garland Mountain ‘experience’. We want to be more than a place to simply shoot clay targets. We also want to provide a social venue.

With that said, we have run into an unexpected issue we are working hard to resolve. We learned Garland Mountain Grill is the only food establishment in Cherokee county that is not utilizing city water lines. Because our grill would be utilizing a well for our water source we fall under state guidelines of a ‘public water source’. The process to gain a public water source permit can be very involved. Rest assured we have engaged an environmental firm to guide us through the process and hope to gain our permit, ASAP.