Why Not “Do Lunch” and
Make a Difference?
Georgia Made Georgia Grown LLC applauds James Reaux, the owner/chef of Hiawassee’s The ChopHouse! What a generous community partner of the arts. We urge everyone we know to thank Mr. Reaux for his support of the arts!
Hiawassee, GA—Mountain Regional Arts and Craft Guild, Inc. and ArtWorks, its retail outlet, are thrilled that local restaurant owner/chef James Reaux has decided to donate proceeds from patrons who lunch at The ChopHouse of Hiawassee on Thursday, March 24, 2011, from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reaux says ”The restaurant is doing well and as part of the community, I feel the arts are an important part of a thriving area so I want to do my part to support it and invite everyone to join in and ‘do lunch’ to help the Guild out.”
The ChopHouse of Hiawassee is located at the bridge on Highway 76 up the hill perfectly situated with views of beautiful Lake Chatuge. By the way, try the she-crab soup and crab cakes, signature dishes, you’ll come back for again and again.
Mountain Regional Arts and Crafts Guild Inc. is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1988 to promote and encourage arts and crafts in the mountain region. The Guild has over 70 members, many of whom teach classes and sell their handcrafted items in ArtWorks, the Guild’s non profit retail outlet store in Hiawassee that opened in 2006. The store is located at 308 Big Sky Drive, behind the Holiday Inn Express. For more information on the Guild and even membership, see www.mtnregartscraftsguild.org or call ArtWorks 706-896-0932.