Ball Ground, Georgia: Burger Bus

Eat a burger inside a 1948 trolley from Atlanta. Just barely interesting, but if you're hungry....
Address:
288 Gilmer Ferry Rd, Ball Ground, GA
Directions:
Downtown, on the north side of Hwy 372/Gilmer Ferry Rd, just west of the train tracks.
Hours:
Daily 11-8 (Call to verify)
Phone:
678-454-2422
Admission:
Free to look.
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Dine in a bus.

Ball Ground Burger Bus

It's a burger restaurant with the dining area in a red bus.

[Melissa Bentley, 01/08/2016]

Despite its name, the bus is actually a 1948 trolley-bus from Atlanta. The restaurant owners found the trolley in a junkyard, restored it, and opened it as the Burger Bus in Nov. 2015.

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