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By: tsmoooothy1
Come Take a Bite Jamaican Cuisine
Great Oxtails!!!!Great Jerk Wings!! Especially The Sauce!!I will be coming back to your restaurant although Ilive in Austell!! It will definitely be worth the long road trip!!!!����Reg Turner������������
By: wilstacey20
Colossus Restaurant
Great restaurant with a wide variety of food choices for the whole family from pizza & pasta to gyros. Friendly service and the owners are awesome. We like both locations - Tucker and Stone Mountain. Reasonable prices.
By: Mom of 1 ..
Zaxby's Chicken Fingers & Buffalo Wings
The drive thru people are unprofessional and rude. The wait in the drive thru is eternal!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By: theblondegazelle
Golden Crab House
Seafood is DELICIOUS! The prices are great, too. I was pleasantly surprised! Great customer service too!
By: Suzanne M.
Colossus Restaurant
The food is really good and there is a large menu to choose from. This is a fun place to eat, love eating out on the porch.
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By: Lorne C.
Colossus Restaurant
I love the Gyro plate! I eat here every time I want Greek food! Wonderful! I'm so glad they came to Tucker!
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By: Zoe S.
Colossus Restaurant
Food was wonderful and the staff were all a lot of fun! We are looking forward to going back there again.
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By: Nancy S.
Colossus Restaurant
Just today AUG 19, 2015 we found the Tucker Colossus! You REALLY need a SIGN ON THE MAIN HWY. So many people do NOT know you are there.
By: Stan L.
Colossus Restaurant
Best Gyro I have had in a long time.
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By: Joy I.
Kacey's Home Cooking
Good food, excellent prices, wonderful staff
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