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Rouge

USA
4350 Posts

Posted - 03/17/2006 :  6:07:13 PM  Show Profile
YES, I like corned beef, and I will be eating corned beef & cabbage in 1 hour

.......KISS.....

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Rouge

USA
4350 Posts

Posted - 03/17/2006 :  6:20:36 PM  Show Profile
Time to go. Take care all, I will drink a green beer for you all.


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Cherry Blossom

USA
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Posted - 03/17/2006 :  6:23:42 PM  Show Profile
I love corned beef it's it's cooked properly.

I've got a great receipe and it's so sweet and tasty.

It just falls apart.

Bon appetit you lepricons! (however it's spelled)

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coosa creek

USA
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Posted - 03/17/2006 :  6:24:32 PM  Show Profile
Thanks cherry, I am sure we will enjoy our meal!!

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coosa creek

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Posted - 03/18/2006 :  11:10:37 AM  Show Profile
cat fish corner looked dead last night. Looks like that old shed right next to it is falling down. That is really an eyesore.

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nativelady

USA
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Posted - 03/18/2006 :  11:14:33 AM  Show Profile  Visit nativelady's Homepage
That's odd. When I went by after 5 it was packed.

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coosa creek

USA
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Posted - 03/18/2006 :  11:16:25 AM  Show Profile
Everyone must have eaten early, at 7 they were pretty slow. They were slow at Monets at 7, but then it started to pick up. We saw the lady at monets, that we built the very first house for. ( we build her another one since then.)

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nativelady

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Posted - 03/18/2006 :  11:24:31 AM  Show Profile  Visit nativelady's Homepage
Probably so, I was at Hallmark around 5'ish and the parking lot was full then. People getting off from work I guess.

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coosa creek

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Posted - 03/18/2006 :  11:39:09 AM  Show Profile
Cat fish corner must be good, it is always full. I have given up ever getting into Mike's. This sure is an eat out town on the weekends.

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Wildflower

USA
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Posted - 03/18/2006 :  7:09:27 PM  Show Profile
Cherry,

I can tell you about Daniel's Steakhouse.

First, it's not the type of place that comes to mind when you think of "steakhouse". LOL!

It's heavily favored by the geriatric crowd, and I don't mean retirees, because they would be young in comparison. It's located near a very nice assisted-living residence, so that may be the reason.

In general it's a buffet-type place, but there is a menu also and waitresses. It somehow reminds me of an upscale cafeteria.

It was spotlessly clean the one time I went. There is a large foyer with a cashier near the door, and two large dining rooms located on opposites sides. The place has a "Gone With The Wind" theme with some gigantic pictures of Scarlett and Rhett and some Victorian pieces in the foyer.

I was told the original building burned down and it was recently rebuilt. It looks brand-new.

The food is decent, but very standard. Just what I would expect from a cafeteria, although it isn't one. I got a steak and it was actually decent. My salad came from the salad bar and it was typical of something like Shoney's or something like that. They could use some more creative side dishes.

(They have a take-out menu also.)

If I were in the immediate area and needed something to eat, I would have no problem going there, but I wouldn't go out of my way when there are better restaurants in my opinion.

However, it is very popular and busy. They sure won't be going out of business any time soon!

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Cherry Blossom

USA
18932 Posts

Posted - 03/18/2006 :  7:45:45 PM  Show Profile
Thanks for setting me straight on that one Wildflower, it looks to be fancy on the outside.

Sounds like so far the Red Barn had awesome filet and lobster, so until I hear better I'll stick with them for that.

I'm always looking for something new and different. I appreciate the input.

Oh, Monet's/Cobb's Mill had a very good filet as well.

Cherry Blossom


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mad4martinis

USA
13730 Posts

Posted - 03/18/2006 :  9:59:04 PM  Show Profile
Hiker's love Daniels Steakhouse. They like the AYCE (all you can eat) & it's close to Mull's & Holiday Inn where some of them stay when in the town. We went once before the fire & it was good.


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daughterofconfederate

USA
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Posted - 03/18/2006 :  10:10:08 PM  Show Profile
My MIL about went crazy while they were rebuilding Daniels.. they have a great AYCE and DESSERT... O I AM GLUTTON.. I gotta get back off of here.

Even caring has an ulterior motive. from the movie NELL


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Hotdawg

USA
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Posted - 03/18/2006 :  10:47:33 PM  Show Profile  Visit Hotdawg's Homepage
I remember Daniels the first weekend they opened i had just gotten off my shift at the barrett house in murphy and daniels sister called me and asked if there was anyway i could come help out well i get in the kitchen and what a mess. the cooks there didnt know what was what and people were walking out well about 1 hour and 15 minutes all was well worked my rump off in that time but Daniel paid me well for it i even showed his cooks a few tricks to help them out when they got into a jam again was a pretty restaurant then dont know about now since it burnt
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Wildflower

USA
4528 Posts

Posted - 03/19/2006 :  12:37:11 AM  Show Profile
Maddy,

I did read on a hiker's message board that hikers who've been on the Appalachian Trail for a few days LOVE Daniel's Steakhouse for exactly the reason you said - the all-you-can-eat buffet.

They use up a lot of energy, so by the time they get to Hiawassee, they need to rest, bathe, and refuel.

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coosa creek

USA
39313 Posts

Posted - 03/19/2006 :  09:35:29 AM  Show Profile
I use to work at circle J steak house and the all you can eat buffet was very popular. I think Daniels is a lot like circle J. I do not like all you can eat buffets. I know what time the food is put out and it sits out all day.

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Cherry Blossom

USA
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Posted - 03/19/2006 :  12:33:39 PM  Show Profile
We went to rib country and had the ribs and shrimp, onion loaf and salad.

It was super yummy and I love those beans.

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coosa creek

USA
39313 Posts

Posted - 03/19/2006 :  3:40:07 PM  Show Profile
Be careful with those beans!!!

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Cherry Blossom

USA
18932 Posts

Posted - 03/19/2006 :  4:48:03 PM  Show Profile
The beans were fabulous, but must have been flavored air, because everyone in this house is starving.

What's up with that?

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coosa creek

USA
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Posted - 03/19/2006 :  4:54:15 PM  Show Profile
Well most people do eat 3 meals a day, I am starving too!! I am cooking turkey and dressing tonight, no restaurants open (that I like)

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coosa creek

USA
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Posted - 03/21/2006 :  4:10:13 PM  Show Profile
I saw in the paper, that a new place has opened, J and J's. It is behind kFC. I think they are open for breakfast and lunch.

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coosa creek

USA
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Posted - 03/22/2006 :  09:46:15 AM  Show Profile
Well, I got to take a tour of Dos Geckos last night. It is very colorful, especailly the men's room!!

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mad4martinis

USA
13730 Posts

Posted - 03/22/2006 :  10:13:20 AM  Show Profile
J & J's has been open for a while now. They've got great soups, especially the lobster bisque. I'm going there for lunch today.
I love the parking lot at Dos Gecko's now since they paved it! Neon Green.


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MiddleAgeCrazy

USA
1435 Posts

Posted - 03/22/2006 :  10:23:32 AM  Show Profile
I thought about you all last week; I had the pleasure of dining at "The Lady and Sons" "Uncle Bubba's" "The Shrimp Factory" and a little place on the canal between Thunderbolt and Tybee Island called "Dewey's" Man a person could hurt themselves living someplace like that.

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mad4martinis

USA
13730 Posts

Posted - 03/22/2006 :  10:25:11 AM  Show Profile
Oh Mac! Welcome BACK!!

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