Clayton Cafe


Opened in 1931, the Clayton Cafe is the landmark eatery in Clayton. It’s had numerous owners over the years, including the late Quincy and Jurelle Webb. Over several years, Quincy shared numerous memories of growing up in South Georgia in the old days on Vanishing South Georgia and I always looked forward to his insightful recollections.  As to the restaurant, it has one of the most popular breakfasts in Northeast Georgia, among a whole slew of home cooked favorites.


2 thoughts on “Clayton Cafe

  1. Pamela justus Wrenn

    My Aunt Virginia and uncle Rip Hopkins also had a café here as well when I was a child.

  2. ben dooley

    Brian, you need to learn more about it! On my fall ramble to the mountains I have, on several occasions, had the great pleasure to enjoy a big mountain breakfast (including country ham!) or an oldtime meat and three lunch at the Clayton Cafe. I strongly recommend you and your readers give them a try real soon!


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