57th Fighter Group Restaurant
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57th Fighter Group Restaurant

3829 Clairmont Road,
Atlanta, GA 30341

770-234-0057

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Hours of Operation:

Sunday:
Brunch: 10:00am–2:30pm
3:00pm–9:00pm

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday—Thursday:
11:00am–10:00pm

Friday—Saturday:
11:00am–11:00pm

 


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Welcome to the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant!

Relive the glory of the 57th Fighter Group and step back in time with Atlanta's favorite World War II aviation theme restaurant. The dining experience is inspired with a regional twist on classic American cuisine in an intimate 1940's European farmhouse setting. Groups, families and long-time friends enjoy coming back to the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant to unwind and reunite.

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We are excited to announce that the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant as one of the partners at the CAF Dixie Wing’s Atlanta Warbird Weekend! The 57th will host the “Dinner with Aces” evening event with WWII P-51 Mustang “Triple Ace” Bud Anderson.

Atlanta Warbird Weekend is an annual event dedicated to the remembrance and celebration of the men, women and machines of The Greatest Generation. In metro Atlanta, there are significant historical resources and AWW is the catalyst to bring together the organizations, aircraft and people that keep this history alive and engage families and businesses that want to keep this spirit alive.

The Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing will assemble at Dekalb-Peachtree Airport the Fighter Planes of the European Theatre — American P-51 Mustangs, a British Spitfire and a German FW 190. Along with other famous aircraft such as a FG-1D Corsair, SBD-5 Dauntless dive bomber, T-6 Texan, PT-26 Cornell, Stearman bi-planes, B-17 Flying Fortress, Douglas DC-3 and MORE! Many will be offering flights and cockpit tours!

You have the opportunity to fly in many of the historic WWII aircraft! Book your flight at the link below and take to the skies! http://www.atlantawarbirdweekend.com/warbirds.htm