Nestled by an old tree and a big rock of granite is where you will find a piece of Heaven served upon dishes -----Sycamore Grill.
The Sycamore Grill, formally the hotel, circa 1836, is the oldest structure in the city of Stone Mountain,Georgia, and is located in its heart (quite literally). A stone stake in the front yard marks the spot from which Andrew Johnson, the first mayor of Stone Mountain (then New Gibraltar), marked the town out 33 yards to each side of the building. Later it was expanded about 1000 yards in all directions, that boundary still stands. The style is a basic Charleston Townhouse. The clap board two story building attached to the rear of the original structure was added back in July, 1840...(Click title to read full story)