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Spring Cleaning – 5 Tips to Prepare for Spring

Spring is just around the corner and we’re sure you’re excited about getting back outside to the green grass and daffodils that abound. First, you may want to take a look around your home and freshen things up a bit. Traditions of Braselton understands that you’ve got better things to do outside, so here are […]

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Native Noshing: Sweet Treats Near Traditions of Braselton

Got a hankering for honey buns? A penchant for pie? A craving for cake and cookies? Do you scream for ice cream? If you lived in Traditions of Braselton, you wouldn’t have to travel far to satisfy that sweet tooth. You could whip up your own baked goods in your gorgeous new chef-inspired kitchen, churn […]

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Native Noshing: Chinese Restaurants Near Traditions of Braselton

Do you have a fondness for fried rice, a love of lo mein or a hankering for Hunan chicken? The good news for you is that there are a number of excellent purveyors of Chinese cuisine within a short drive of Traditions of Braselton. Whether you plan to order takeout and dine directly from the […]

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Native Noshing: Stripling’s General Store

The ideal destination if you’re hungry and down for a little road trip, Stripling’s General Store is located at 4501 Monroe Highway in Bogart – just 30 minutes away from Traditions of Braselton. Boasting the creative tagline “You Never Sausage a Place,” Stripling’s is a local landmark offering a distinctive mix of fresh hot food, […]

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Here Comes the [Braselton] Bride

Five Unique Wedding Venues Near Traditions of Braselton The Town of Braselton – from which our community’s name is derived – is founded on a love story. In 1876, William Harrison Braselton and his bride, Susan Frances Hosch, bought 800 acres in Northeast Georgia to build a plantation and grow their family. Nearly 150 years […]

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6 Tips for Hosting a Memorial Day Gathering to Remember

May is underway and Memorial Day is just around the corner! Whether you’re a current resident or a future neighbor of Traditions of Braselton, if you’re a fan of this big, beautiful country of ours AND you love to throw parties, we’ve got a handful of tips to help you host a Memorial Day Gathering […]

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Native Noshing for Fiesta-Focused Foodies

While Traditions of Braselton may feel like a world away from the hustle and bustle of the “Big City,” our proximity to I-85 and the nearby towns of Braselton, Jefferson, Dacula and Buford grants us access to a treasure trove of entertainment, shopping and dining destinations. If you’re a fan of Mexican cuisine, you’re in […]

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Native Noshing – Pat’s Eatery Traditions of Braselton Blog March 2022

If you’re in search of bona fide comfort food near Traditions of Braselton, look no further than Pat’s Eatery. Established in 2015 and located at 2625 Old Winder Highway (Hwy 211) – Suite C in Braselton, this family-owned and operated restaurant is a favorite among locals. Don’t let the unremarkable appearance of its exterior fool […]

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Native Noshing: Jack’s Public House

Set off Highway 211 in Braselton, Jack’s Public House offers great food and staff to match in an atmosphere that’s casual and family friendly – until after the kids go to bed. Two bars – one indoor and one outdoor – make it a hotspot for nightlife, particularly on weekends. Live music from local artists […]

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Native Noshing: A Review of Mama’s Boy

UGA Game Day isn’t the only reason to make the trek to Athens! With its ever-growing collection of unique boutiques and chef-driven eateries, it’s a great destination to while away an afternoon – shopping and dining to your heart’s content. If you’ve got a hankering for huevos, a penchant for pimento cheese, a fixation on […]

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