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Thread in 'Cooking & Recipes' started by 81433AD, Apr 3, 2021.
Jeffersons is good. But I love Ross's diner.
AJ's in Marietta for a Po Boy. Driven past a few times the past week and haven't been able to stop. It's been on my mind. I've never had anything bad at Century House in downtown Woodstock. Good stuff.
Take a drive to Newnan and try out the "Town & Country Restaurant" or the "Corner Cafe" in Carrolton. Both were excellent recommendations from a similar post a I made a while back.
Dan, what do you do, travel the state to eat?
I just looked at their Menu, I wish it was closer...Nice selection of Sea Food, the Oyster Poorboy and the Gator taco's caught my eye..
I've been known too, good food is worth a drive! I usually find a place to camp or a nice day hike and then find local joints to try out (no chains unless it's a local chain). Very rarely am I disappointed.
I’ve been going to Ross’s for 35 years, I take my little boy there now.
I'll add Roasters in Sandy Springs to the list. Excellent rotisserie chicken, ribs, country fried steak/chicken and many great sides. Not my thing, but many go there just for the "sweet potato souffle" side. And they're not expensive.
Log cabin smoke house... best you'll find!
Log Cabin Smoke House
It's only a few miles from:
Livefire Weapons & Range
50 plus years for me. 2-3 times a week. Especially breakfast.