A downtown Macon icon, the building housing the Tic Toc Room once was the heart of the music movement in the southeast (called Miss Anne’s Tic Toc back in the late 1940’s). It was within these four walls, the Tic Toc Room, that Little Richard first dawned his cape and piano and created the blueprint for what is known today as rock-n-roll. The “Architect of Rock n Roll” was joined over the years by the greats Otis Redding, the godfather of soul James Brown and Johnny Jenkins to name a few. It was with great respect for the history of this building and its legends that the Tic Toc Room was born. An upscale premier steakhouse with an unwavering attention to service and detail, the Tic Toc Room fine dining menu provides the very best USDA prime aged beef. Dubbed by the New York Times as “Manhattan Meets Macon” our stylish décor catches even the big city guests visiting this charming southern town. You'll also be in for a treat when you order from our award-winning Martini menu & boutique wine list. Whether dining for business or pleasure, a fine dining experience at Tic Toc Room is sure to make a lasting impression.
- Hours: Open Tues - Sat; Bar opens at 4 p.m., Dining Room open 5 p.m. - 11 p.m., Closed Sunday & Monday
- Price Info: Entree prices range from $14 - $24
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