Black Sheep

Located in Blue Ridge

What is Black Sheep?

Usually thought of as “out of the norm” or “the oddball”, we are bringing something out of the norm in food to the area and want to be different than any other restaurant in Fannin County.

Who's concept is this?

Owner Steve Oyer.

What’s good here?

We offer new southern fusion dishes like our signature Asian tuna nachos. Unique specialty dishes such as venison chops or our chef prepared elk are weekend favorites. Awesome hand cut steaks and chops, fresh seafood, poultry and fresh pasta dishes are always on the menu.


The historic Butt House (circa 1914) was built by Colonel William Butt, one time alderman and Mayor of Blue Ridge, Attorney, and member of the Georgia Legislature.

Colonel William Butt and his wife, Fanny Butt, were prominent and beloved members of the community. They frequently held social gatherings in their home. Notable friend Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With The Wind, visited the home on several occasions. Fanny Butt hosted a tea in the home to honor Mrs. Mitchell and all those invited dressed in Gone With The Wind costumes.

The Butt home was one of the first homes in Fannin County to have indoor plumbing, most of the windows and marble steps are original. The home has been given a gentle facelift to restore it to its original glory.


480 West Main St.

Blue Ridge, GA 30513


Summer Hours

MONDAY Dinner      5:30-9:00

TUESDAY Dinner      5:30-9:00


THURSDAY Dinner   5:30-9:00

FRIDAY Dinner         5:30-9:00

SATURDAY Lunch  11:30 -3:00
                   Dinner    5:30-9:00

SUNDAY               11:30 – 7:00

                  All Day Menu