Sector: Catering
Country: US
State: Georgia
Address: 1855 Central Avenue, GA 30904, Augusta, Georgia, US (View Map)
Phone: (706) 729-6969
Fax: 706.729.6971


We always offer great food specials, here are some examples! Halibut Massaman, a red curry coconut milk curry sauce loaded with fresh fish and vegetables. Tournadoes of beef with shrimp and crab served with squash cassaroll and mashed potatoes. Cassoulet of lamb and country sausage with white beans and mashed sweet potato. Crum's on Central is pleased to carry on the live music legacy of their famous building. Friday nights come and listen to the sounds of Eryn Eubanks and the Family Fold, live bluegrass. Each and every Saturday night we have acoustic guitar from The Morris Davidson band. On Sundays we have the acoustic music of Jim Perkins. Come enjoy some live entertainment! Here at Crum's on Central we are dedicated to accomplishing your vision for a catered event. Whether at our location or yours we have a dedication to our name and product that is second to none in our business. We offer brunch, heavy hors'devoures, and full dining menues. Andrew Crumrine is the Chef/Owner of Crums on Central. Andrew started cooking at the early age of seven with his parents who both have a deep love for good, quality food. He received his formal training at The New England Culinary Institute in Burlington, Vermont. After bouncing around Atlanta at stops like Harvest in Virginia Highlands and Park 75 in The Four Seasons midtown, Andrew moved back to Augusta to work as a chef for Pullman Hall catering under the eye of his mentor Kevin Goldsmith. Feeling the need to get more restaurant cooking experience, he traveled back to Atlanta to work for the highly acclaimed Chef Paul Albrecht at Spice in midtown. It was there, that he dabbled in both sweet and savory cuisine. Knowing that he needed to gain management experience, he jumped at the chance to come and work for Jan and Tricie Scholer at Wild Wing Cafe in Augusta. There, he spent three years learning the business end of a restaurant. Working towards the dream of opening his own restaurant, he turned back to his mentor Kevin and worked at Takosushi. At Takosushi Kevin rounded some of the rough edges and put Andrew in the right direction for starting Crums. In Febuary of 2008, Andrew closed on the building which now houses his life long dream, now a reality. Andrew wishes for all to come and help him shape the new face of dining in Augusta.

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