The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler. Fall is on the horizon. Luckily, Sugar Hill has you covered for every season!
The rapidly growing downtown is the perfect place to watch games this fall, be entertained by touring and local performances, and connect with friends and family. Sugar Hill’s SHINE District, including downtown landmarks like the Eagle Theatre and Bowl amphitheater, offers the opportunity to enjoy a to-go beverage from local restaurants. The E Center’s beautiful brick promenade is also in the SHINE district and offers a chance to enjoy your drink outside in the final warm days before the gas fireplaces get turned on for the fall season.
Fall Saturdays in the South (whether cheering on your team or strolling through downtown) mean looking your best and Perazim Clothing and Lifestyle Boutique will help you do just that. The boutique offers apparel in classic, effortless silhouettes designed for your lifestyle as well as accessories, leather goods, gifts, and home décor.
Sugar Hill’s growing restaurant scene offers plenty of opportunity to rest and recharge as you enjoy a variety of cuisines. Central City Tavern combines an upscale sports bar feel with an upgraded lunch and dinner menu. Their creative cocktail list and extensive tap selection along with large screen TVs and outdoor dining space make it the perfect place to watch your favorite team this season.
Next door, Sugar Hill’s very own Indio Brewing Co. offers up craft microbrews with unique flavors including Tangerine Haze and Country Cider. Dedicated to serving a diverse selection of great craft beers, Indio’s changeable menu offers plenty of opportunities for brewing enthusiasts and novices alike. The brewery hosts regular events, including Thursday night trivia.
Just around the corner, Crazy Dough’s Pizza offers up artisan slices that pair perfectly with craft brews.
For a more upscale experience, visit Rushing Trading Co. for desserts and cocktails in the evening or a delicious lunch or breakfast, including homemade biscuits and gourmet coffee and creative sandwiches.
Your new downtown favorites are great anytime, but being part of the excitement before a performance in downtown Sugar Hill makes the experience even sweeter. The award-winning Eagle Theatre plays host to a (sold-out) Marshall Tucker Band performance in October and just a few concerts in The Bowl amphitheater remain, including Trace Adkins and the Commodores at the end of September. You can also drop in for $2 Tuesday movies at the Eagle and be sure to mark your calendar for the annual Sugar Rush Festival on October 19. This annual event draws thousands to downtown Sugar Hill to celebrate the arts and community. Sugar Rush is artfully festive, combining culinary and visual arts with activities for kids, live music, arts and crafts vendors, a juried art show and more.