Rutledge Hardware - Step up into this store and you'll step back to 1871. The shelves,
fixtures and even the rolling ladders have been part of this store since its beginning.
Paul Jones, proprietor, supplies the hardware and garden needs of the community and
always has time for a good conversation with visitors. A visit to the hardware is
as good as a visit to any museum. 706-557-1770
The Caboose - Order a sandwich and chips, then finish up with an ice cream cone or
fried pie. Carry home homemade pickles, corn relish, pimento cheese or chicken salad.
Enjoy eating in the ambience of the caboose, out front in the open air or in the
new adjacent lower level, an area that is the former Red Doors Studio. You can still
enjoy and purchase works of art created by Molly Lesnikowski, Rutledge's best known
Yesterday's Cafe - Rutledge can brag that the Buttermilk Pie served here won first
place in a national contest sponsored by Good Morning America. But before you think
about dessert you can enjoy a southern style breakfast, a leisurely lunch or a casual
dinner. Yesterday's occupies two old buildings, including the city's 1900's pharmacy.
Study the walls to tour a pictorial history of Rutledge. Maybe one of the guests
seated next to you is in one of the primary school class pictures above your head.
Rutledge Wellness Clinic - The locals visit Dr. Hughes for all their aches and pains
but you'll find more than pain relief here. There's a nutrition center, massage
therapy, weight management and every episode of The Andy Griffith show that was ever
Adrienne's on Main - Curly hair or straight, many Rutledge residents rely on Adrienne
to help us look our best. Her cheerful shop is conveniently located a stone's throw
from the famous Rutledge 4-way stop. 706-557-0033
G-PC Computers - Our one stop shop for all our computer needs. Malcolm keeps the
local area up and running fixing our computer problems. He is only a phone call
away and always willing to help. 706-816-9095