Located in historic Indian Springs next to the oldest State Park in the Nation, Pinky's Parlor & Cafe' is nestled between its three-acre English Rose Garden and Japanese Garden with twin koi ponds. Filled with flowers, greenery, and native stones, the relaxing rhythm of water features is balanced by soft music of Sinatra, Patsy Cline, Nora Jones, and other choices of the clientele's liking. Cuddle up next to the indoor fireplace or relax around the outdoor fireplace on the uniquerugged teak furniture imported from South Asia.
Named after Pinky, a character of a woman from the early 1900's who owned the original store site selling chickens, chicken eggs, moonshine and local interesting goodies still available in the Big Chief Country Store connected to the Café.
Pinky's Parlor & Cafe' can accommodate up to 75 guests for rehearsal dinners & receptions.The fee for private use of Pinky's Parlor & Cafe' is $400 for 4 hours.
Private rental hours are between 8:00 am - 11:00 pm every day.
Call 770-775-5350 for a quote.
A POPULAR GEORGIA RESORT SINCE 1825. A relaxing get-away built around the recently restored Indian Spring Hotel Museum - the original building where the Treaty of 1825 was signed with the Creek Indians deeding most of GA and AL to the US. Civil War History tells of Sherman's troops camping here. Make it a day trip with the family or spend the weekend at one of the few remaining natural mineral springs. At the entrance to Indian Springs State Park, just one hour South of ATLANTA. Take I-75S Exit 201 East, follow signs to state parks. AS SEEN IN SOUTHERN LIVING and GEORGIA TREND MAGAZINE.