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07/12/2013
By: rachelpetruska
Jamaica Way
If you are ever in Augusta, GA, you must try this restaurant. I lived in the Caribbean for 10 years and this is the best west indies food I have EVER eaten. Seriously! I shared the chicken roti, curry chicken with white rice and cabbage and the plantains. Wonderful, delicious, amazing, delightful... I will dream about this food!
05/26/2013
By: nicolepaisley
Whiskey Bar Kitchen
I went in with a few girls and we tried just about everything on the menu.The fried pork sandwich was very good although I would order it next time without the Asian BBQ sauce.Shrimp taco was delicious also. The burgers are chargrilled so they taste like they just came off of the pit. I love this new place.
03/22/2014
By: augustadoc12
Georgia Subcontracting
I am an engineer and let Bo and his team build my home. He is quite knowledgeable and versed in the technical aspects of homebuilding. He could easily discuss with me in engineering terms and lay knowledge with my wife. He gave us generous allowances and we are so pleased that we choose him.
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02/11/2011
By: alakes39
Farmers Home Furniture
Yp has the best local info when it comes to finding businesses quickly. The info is always accurate and if any changes have to be made, they do so immediately. Thanks yp for being our local rescue guide.
04/17/2013
By: oxkram
Wild Wing Cafe
I've been to other Wild Wing restaurants, and this one does not measure up! The wings were not tasty at all! And the celery was old and wilted. I won't return or recommend it to anyone.
07/25/2017
By: April H.
Big Daddy's Bar and Grill
This place is awesome! Seated quickly, drinks in seconds! Amazing and mouth watering food, huge portions!! Comfortable, social and extremely friendly...
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06/21/2015
By: Wilson S.
Jamaica Way
Hands down the best Jamaican food around. I love the oxtails.
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