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  • 1.Tree House

    723 North St W

    Vidalia,GA

    0.85 mi

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04/08/2016
By: Lynn R.
S'Moore Coffee Shop
I have traveled thru Vidalia on personal business on several occasions and I always stop here for coffee. The owner is a single mom and makes you feel at home when you walk in. Coffee is delicious gourmet coffee and prices are low. Also baked treats for a little breakfast. I highly recommend this place.
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03/19/2015
By: Christopher R.
Cross Eyed Cricket
I stopped by the crossed eyed cricket while in town for work. I had a great time, the staff showed real southern hospitality. Jody, Greg, and Goat made my stay in vidalia work the 5 hour drive. Mind you, this place isnt going to ever be flooded with people but it's a great place to just hang out and watch the games, and shoot some pool.
12/03/2014
By: Firefly M.
Cross Eyed Cricket
Bad service over rules average food every time.I had high hopes but will remember to skip it next time.Two thumbs down !
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