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Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream

My daughter has  just graduated from High School...and, God Bless Her...the present she wants is for me to take her and her two best friends on an RV adventure to the CMA festival in Nashville.. 
  I have the tickets.. 
 
We leave on the third of June and the first concert's not until the evening of the sixth, giving us plenty of time to explore road food gems, make side trips, and take welcome detours (from the dreaded interstate) generated by the learned members of this site....
 
So, Brothers and Sisters, I put myself in your capable hands.. 
 
My standard plan is to go up I-75....We'll definitely stop at the Varsity...and the aquarium...but they don't want a lot of city stuff(amazing)
I'd love a great gin-clear swimming stop in a spring fed swimming hole in Northern FL.....
I need..........
Side trips exploring crafts, Southern lore, Appalachia, civil war, recreated history, natural wonders, and a few 18 year-old girl destinations.... and I was one of the first (original) CT Yankees to learn that barbecue is a noun...so any great barbecue joints will be a great plus....
I also seek great sausage gravy, pan-fried chicken, and I'm a sucker for real country ham....sooo.....
 
Please......Make me a hero in the eyes of my daughter and her friends.....
 
With your help, lifetime memories will be made in eight days and 1,700 round trip miles of magic.....
 
Just one codicil...I don't tow a dinghy and our 36 foot Diesel-Pusher doesn't take to small spaces very well...
I also predict that my distaff crew will be the type to wave, "That's good!" right after the pesky scraping noise stops.......so a good-sized parking lot helps....... but for a real gem, I'll improvise......... 
 
Thank you all in advance ...........
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/27 21:07:15 (permalink)
    Chattanooga has a lot to offer.
    http://www.chattanoogafun.com/
    http://www.roadfood.com/Restaurants/SearchResults.aspx?st=latlong&latlongid=1216&ob=LatLon
    Also Stone Mountain GA
    Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg TN is on the way
    post edited by Foodbme - 2013/05/27 21:10:43
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/28 15:54:54 (permalink)
    If you're looking for Civil War stuff, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is just a few hops off I-75 about twenty miles north of downtown on your way to Nashville.  Plenty of ample parking.  There's a very popular biscuit breakfast place, Mountain Biscuits, about a half-mile from the parking area, as well as a meat-and-two that's received a lot of mixed reviews.  And of course there's the similarly-themed Gone With the Wind museum in downtown Marietta.  You can park in a large lot along South Marietta Parkway if you wanted to do that.
     
    Also, one of the Civil War locomotives, the General, is parked in a museum in Kennesaw not far from a very good BBQ place called Big Shanty Smokehouse, but I can't swear you'll get an RV in there without incident.
     
    And as for barbecue, I humbly suggest that you have a look at my blog's companion map, which is full of barbecue suggestions along your route:
     
    http://www.communitywalk.com/map/index/1476741
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/28 16:22:43 (permalink)
    IF you're coming up I-75 through Alachua get off there at 441 and head West which will take you into High Springs ask anyone there for directions to Blue and Ginnie Springs, sorry don't remember the CR# but they are both off the same one Blue being closest and most advised. They have a camp ground area so your RV can be accommodated.  OH! It's CR 340, also known as Poe Springs RD!  Just found that out.....
     
    post edited by Rusty246 - 2013/05/28 16:25:02
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/28 16:38:12 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    Chattanooga has a lot to offer.
    http://www.chattanoogafun.com/
    http://www.roadfood.com/Restaurants/SearchResults.aspx?st=latlong&latlongid=1216&ob=LatLon
    Also Stone Mountain GA
    Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg TN is on the way


    Thanks, Foodbme.....I checked out Chattanooga, will take them up on the ridge, and have booked the challenge course for them, and have rez at Lynchburg at Mary Bobo's to follow distillery tour...Thanks for your very helpful input/....
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/28 16:40:45 (permalink)
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    IF you're coming up I-75 through Alachua get off there at 441 and head West which will take you into High Springs ask anyone there for directions to Blue and Ginnie Springs, sorry don't remember the CR# but they are both off the same one Blue being closest and most advised. They have a camp ground area so your RV can be accommodated.  OH! It's CR 340, also known as Poe Springs RD!  Just found that out.....


    Thanks, Rusty...I've already quested it and locked it in.....
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/28 16:45:25 (permalink)
    Just a little more info, Ginnie is a beautiful place but it caters more to cave divers and is kind of all over the place. Blue is your swimming place and the owners take great pride in it's upkeep.  Have fun!
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/28 16:47:34 (permalink)
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    If you're looking for Civil War stuff, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is just a few hops off I-75 about twenty miles north of downtown on your way to Nashville.  Plenty of ample parking.  There's a very popular biscuit breakfast place, Mountain Biscuits, about a half-mile from the parking area, as well as a meat-and-two that's received a lot of mixed reviews.  And of course there's the similarly-themed Gone With the Wind museum in downtown Marietta.  You can park in a large lot along South Marietta Parkway if you wanted to do that.

    Also, one of the Civil War locomotives, the General, is parked in a museum in Kennesaw not far from a very good BBQ place called Big Shanty Smokehouse, but I can't swear you'll get an RV in there without incident.

    And as for barbecue, I humbly suggest that you have a look at my blog's companion map, which is full of barbecue suggestions along your route:

    http://www.communitywalk.com/map/index/1476741

    Kennesaw's a great suggestion...I've looked it over and I'll probably stop without asking them.....
    As to barbecue, I opened your blog map and......KAPOW!!!!....I was greeted with the most complete barbecue guide I've ever seen...I've only begun to explore it....I love your writing style and the completeness of your reviews.....It's priceless to me and already locked into my favorites bar for instant referencing....Can you identify any superlative stand-outs that you consider absolute must-stops along the way?
    Your blog should be required reading of every BBQ fanatic who's ever set foot in GA....Thank you so much....
    WingmanBBF
     
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/29 00:09:55 (permalink)
    Rusty246

    Just a little more info, Ginnie is a beautiful place but it caters more to cave divers and is kind of all over the place. Blue is your swimming place and the owners take great pride in it's upkeep.  Have fun!

    http://ginniespringsoutdoors.com/Directions.php .
    http://www.bluespringspark.com/swimming.htm

     
    Thanks, Rusty...I found the websites and you're right...very convenient to the highway...Payched to see it myself....
     
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    post edited by wingmanBBF - 2013/05/29 00:47:48
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/29 04:58:29 (permalink)
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    Your blog should be required reading of every BBQ fanatic who's ever set foot in GA....Thank you so much....

     
    Well, that's what I keep telling everybody.     Thanks very much, and tell a friend or nine.
     
    Honestly, my list of favorites along your path changes with the wind, and might not accommodate your big RV and trailer.  That said, Smoakies in Cordele has a really big parking lot and is also good.  As I've been writing in the last few entries, the Macon-area stuff is very often cooked in sauce, which, once in a great while, turns up something very good like Joe-Bear's & Sons (bad neighborhood, small lot), but otherwise it is a crap shoot.  O.B.'s in McDonough is a good idea for you, as are Dub's in Calhoun and Character's in Adairsville, where you can easily park on the side street.  Heirloom Market BBQ is my favorite in Atlanta, but only if you're coming back through one day by car - their lot is frustratingly tiny (and I drive a Mazda 2!) and there is nowhere else to legally park your rig.
     
    In Chattanooga, Shuford's is my favorite, but it is a detour from your path.  Hillbilly Willy's would be my second choice and it will be much easier to park there anyway.
     
    I'm not sure what my favorite BBQ in Nashville is.  Maybe Judge Bean's.
     
    Whatever takes your fancy, just remember to phone ahead.  Some of these wonderful places keep weird hours.  Looks like I will miss Joe-Bear's and their amazing ribs on our next trip through middle Georgia - they are closed on Tuesdays.  Tuesdays?!
     
    Also, that was just the barbecue-only map.  Here's the full companion:
     
    http://www.communitywalk....ie_lets_eat/map/939046
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/29 20:12:11 (permalink)


    Mary Mac’s Tea Room is not far from the Atlanta aquarium. If it fits in with your schedule, I would recommend it over the Varsity.

    The Atlanta History Center is worth a visit. It has a good Civil War exhibition.
     
    http://www.atlantahistory...can+Civil+War/104.html
     
    All I can say about trying to drive in Atlanta in your vehicle is “better you than me”. " />
     
    Georgia peaches are now in-season, so don’t miss a stop at Lane Southern Orchards for some sweet treats. It is only a few miles off I-75 at Exit 142.
     
    Take a short sidetrip off I-75 to the Whistle Stop Cafe in Juliette, Georgia where the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes" was filmed. But I think it is only open until late afternoon for lunch only. Here is a link to a video of some lassies making a visit there:
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES0QqZPPjWM
     
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/05/30 07:41:19 (permalink)
    Of places I've been there are some great ones not too far off I-24
     
    In Chattanooga there's the best Fried Chicken I've had and if still available an awesome Crawfish Boil at Champy's. Right on the edge of UT-Chatt and if there's no classes, there may be room for parking. They have great Delta Tamales and Fried Dill Pickles as well.
    http://champyschicken.com.ocations/chattanooga-tn/
    I prefer the Tn. aquarium over the Ga. aquarium. Both are great though.
     
    Just a wee bit further down the road is a terrific drive in, in a town called South Pittsburg, called Dixie Freeze. Great food and desserts.
    https://www.facebook.com/...Freeze/118559534827025
    Nearby is the Lodge Factory and Store.
     
    BTW, resist the urge to visit Ruby Falls. You're in a cave for almost an hour to see a mountain pee into a puddle.
     
    In  Bell Buckle, Tn; there's Bell Buckle Cafe. A Meat n 2 with many selections in both the mains and sides. The Oatmeal Cake for dessert is an absolute must.
    http://www.bellbucklecafe.com/cafe.html
    You could tie in a visit to Lynchburg and Jack Daniels. Free tour, great setting and Jack.
     
    In Murfreesboro there's Kleer-Vu. A really great Meat n 3 with excellent ham and other goodies.
    Stones River is a nice battlefield. Right on the edge of town.
     
    When in Nashville there's plenty of things but I'll give you where I visited.
    Just south is the famous (featured on DD&D) Martin's BBQ. I thoroughly enjoyed this place and it may be a top 5 BBQ place I've visited.
    http://martinsbbqjoint.com/
     
    Brown's Diner is a very old, run down place serving very simple food. Might be an issue for parking though.
    http://www.brownsdiner.com/
     
    A local legend is Rotier's Restaurant. Best burger in Nashville and other foods are fantastic as well. Again, parking may be an issue however there is a church with a large lot a couple hundred yards away. Perhaps if they aren't busy you could ask if you can park there. I have not yet blogged about it but it's in the queue.
    http://www.rotiersrestaurant.com/
     
    Some will tell you Pancake Pantry isn't worth it but I disagree. We had an excellent brunch and found the line up wasn't too bad. What seemed daunting was only about 20 mins. FWIW, this place is a favourite of Taylor Swift. It was also featured on Man v Food.
    http://www.thepancakepantry.com/
     
    A side trip down to Franklin for some CW history is well worth it. Carnton Plantation and Carter House being two almost must see places for any buff. Good food can be had in town or just outside.
     
    You can read more about any of these places on my blog. As well as a few more places that are a bit further afield.
    http://davwudsfoodcourt.b...search/label/Tennessee
     
    Enjoy your trip. Sounds great.
     
    DT
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/06/01 10:15:35 (permalink)
    Southern Fried

    Mary Mac’s Tea Room is not far from the Atlanta aquarium. If it fits in with your schedule, I would recommend it over the Varsity.

    The Atlanta History Center is worth a visit. It has a good Civil War exhibition.

    http://www.atlantahistory...can+Civil+War/104.html

    All I can say about trying to drive in Atlanta in your vehicle is “better you than me”. " />
     

    Georgia peaches are now in-season, so don’t miss a stop at Lane Southern Orchards for some sweet treats. It is only a few miles off I-75 at Exit 142.

    Take a short sidetrip off I-75 to the Whistle Stop Cafe in Juliette, Georgia where the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes" was filmed. But I think it is only open until late afternoon for lunch only. Here is a link to a video of some lassies making a visit there:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES0QqZPPjWM



    I've taken my daughter to the Varsity so that's a must stop for her to show her friends
    but I'm lobbying for Mary Mac's.
    lane peaches is locked into the GPS as is the whistle stop.
    Thanks for your great suggestions..particularly the peaches...They'll love it...as will I.
     
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/06/01 10:30:20 (permalink)
    Davwud

    Of places I've been there are some great ones not too far off I-24

    In Chattanooga there's the best Fried Chicken I've had and if still available an awesome Crawfish Boil at Champy's. Right on the edge of UT-Chatt and if there's no classes, there may be room for parking. They have great Delta Tamales and Fried Dill Pickles as well.
    http://champyschicken.com.ocations/chattanooga-tn/
    I prefer the Tn. aquarium over the Ga. aquarium. Both are great though.

    Just a wee bit further down the road is a terrific drive in, in a town called South Pittsburg, called Dixie Freeze. Great food and desserts.
    https://www.facebook.com/...Freeze/118559534827025
    Nearby is the Lodge Factory and Store.

    BTW, resist the urge to visit Ruby Falls. You're in a cave for almost an hour to see a mountain pee into a puddle.

    In  Bell Buckle, Tn; there's Bell Buckle Cafe. A Meat n 2 with many selections in both the mains and sides. The Oatmeal Cake for dessert is an absolute must.
    http://www.bellbucklecafe.com/cafe.html
    You could tie in a visit to Lynchburg and Jack Daniels. Free tour, great setting and Jack.

    In Murfreesboro there's Kleer-Vu. A really great Meat n 3 with excellent ham and other goodies.
    Stones River is a nice battlefield. Right on the edge of town.

    When in Nashville there's plenty of things but I'll give you where I visited.
    Just south is the famous (featured on DD&D) Martin's BBQ. I thoroughly enjoyed this place and it may be a top 5 BBQ place I've visited.
    http://martinsbbqjoint.com/

    Brown's Diner is a very old, run down place serving very simple food. Might be an issue for parking though.
    http://www.brownsdiner.com/

    A local legend is Rotier's Restaurant. Best burger in Nashville and other foods are fantastic as well. Again, parking may be an issue however there is a church with a large lot a couple hundred yards away. Perhaps if they aren't busy you could ask if you can park there. I have not yet blogged about it but it's in the queue.
    http://www.rotiersrestaurant.com/

    Some will tell you Pancake Pantry isn't worth it but I disagree. We had an excellent brunch and found the line up wasn't too bad. What seemed daunting was only about 20 mins. FWIW, this place is a favourite of Taylor Swift. It was also featured on Man v Food.
    http://www.thepancakepantry.com/

    A side trip down to Franklin for some CW history is well worth it. Carnton Plantation and Carter House being two almost must see places for any buff. Good food can be had in town or just outside.

    You can read more about any of these places on my blog. As well as a few more places that are a bit further afield.
    http://davwudsfoodcourt.b...search/label/Tennessee

    Enjoy your trip. Sounds great.

    DT


    What can I say, Dawud....I love your blog and I love your vey complete suggestions....
    I had no idea that so many members were blogging their experiences and doing it so beautifully. It's truly a new electronic art from.
    I wonder if there's a way that the Sterns could incorporate your blog, HeartbreakSoup's and  other great ones, into the site so folks are more aware of them...Not only are your blogs a wonderful guide to these gems, they're also a wonderful narrative of the life and loves of a foodie, life on the road, and devotion to the American culture of small eateries that the chains  nearly destroyed.
    I can't thank you all enough for your help and input.
    The GPS is full..the RV is set to go...we leave on Monday morning with high hopes and empty stomachs, ready for adventure....
    If I can't make myself a hero with all this local knowledge, I should give up my Dad card and my membership.
    The only thing missing is perhaps a fish camp or oyster house on the I-75 side of Northern FL, for lunch after the swim in the spring...If anyone has one, or any other lunch suggestion in that area, I'd love it...
    But Thanks again for all the terrific input...I'll try to do my own ham-fisted narrative once we return and the smoke clears....
     
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/06/01 13:33:39 (permalink)
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    Davwud

    Of places I've been there are some great ones not too far off I-24

    In Chattanooga there's the best Fried Chicken I've had and if still available an awesome Crawfish Boil at Champy's. Right on the edge of UT-Chatt and if there's no classes, there may be room for parking. They have great Delta Tamales and Fried Dill Pickles as well.
    http://champyschicken.com.ocations/chattanooga-tn/
    I prefer the Tn. aquarium over the Ga. aquarium. Both are great though.

    Just a wee bit further down the road is a terrific drive in, in a town called South Pittsburg, called Dixie Freeze. Great food and desserts.
    https://www.facebook.com/...Freeze/118559534827025
    Nearby is the Lodge Factory and Store.

    BTW, resist the urge to visit Ruby Falls. You're in a cave for almost an hour to see a mountain pee into a puddle.

    In  Bell Buckle, Tn; there's Bell Buckle Cafe. A Meat n 2 with many selections in both the mains and sides. The Oatmeal Cake for dessert is an absolute must.
    http://www.bellbucklecafe.com/cafe.html
    You could tie in a visit to Lynchburg and Jack Daniels. Free tour, great setting and Jack.

    In Murfreesboro there's Kleer-Vu. A really great Meat n 3 with excellent ham and other goodies.
    Stones River is a nice battlefield. Right on the edge of town.

    When in Nashville there's plenty of things but I'll give you where I visited.
    Just south is the famous (featured on DD&D) Martin's BBQ. I thoroughly enjoyed this place and it may be a top 5 BBQ place I've visited.
    http://martinsbbqjoint.com/

    Brown's Diner is a very old, run down place serving very simple food. Might be an issue for parking though.
    http://www.brownsdiner.com/

    A local legend is Rotier's Restaurant. Best burger in Nashville and other foods are fantastic as well. Again, parking may be an issue however there is a church with a large lot a couple hundred yards away. Perhaps if they aren't busy you could ask if you can park there. I have not yet blogged about it but it's in the queue.
    http://www.rotiersrestaurant.com/

    Some will tell you Pancake Pantry isn't worth it but I disagree. We had an excellent brunch and found the line up wasn't too bad. What seemed daunting was only about 20 mins. FWIW, this place is a favourite of Taylor Swift. It was also featured on Man v Food.
    http://www.thepancakepantry.com/

    A side trip down to Franklin for some CW history is well worth it. Carnton Plantation and Carter House being two almost must see places for any buff. Good food can be had in town or just outside.

    You can read more about any of these places on my blog. As well as a few more places that are a bit further afield.
    http://davwudsfoodcourt.b...search/label/Tennessee

    Enjoy your trip. Sounds great.

    DT


    What can I say, Dawud....I love your blog and I love your vey complete suggestions....
    I had no idea that so many members were blogging their experiences and doing it so beautifully. It's truly a new electronic art from.
    I wonder if there's a way that the Sterns could incorporate your blog, HeartbreakSoup's and  other great ones, into the site so folks are more aware of them...Not only are your blogs a wonderful guide to these gems, they're also a wonderful narrative of the life and loves of a foodie, life on the road, and devotion to the American culture of small eateries that the chains  nearly destroyed.
    I can't thank you all enough for your help and input.
    The GPS is full..the RV is set to go...we leave on Monday morning with high hopes and empty stomachs, ready for adventure....
    If I can't make myself a hero with all this local knowledge, I should give up my Dad card and my membership.
    The only thing missing is perhaps a fish camp or oyster house on the I-75 side of Northern FL, for lunch after the swim in the spring...If anyone has one, or any other lunch suggestion in that area, I'd love it...
    But Thanks again for all the terrific input...I'll try to do my own ham-fisted narrative once we return and the smoke clears....

    WingmanBBF

    Thanks very much Wingman.

    I must have been drinking when I wrote this because I failed to suggest (strongly) you test Nashville's own little corner of the culinary menu. Hot Chicken. I blogged about Prince's but there are other place in better areas with better hours. You won't get Hot Chicken outside the area and it's worth while for that reason alone. The fact that, at least in the cast of Prince's, it's fabulous is also a good reason.
    http://davwudsfoodcourt.b...-best-served-cold.html
     
    DT
    post edited by Davwud - 2013/06/01 13:43:43
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/06/01 13:39:44 (permalink)
    That is a great Daddy deed...Wingman!

    I'm sure the girls will enjoy the trip & reminisce about it ...for years to come!

    Have a great time!
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/06/01 16:15:06 (permalink)
    Thanks, CC...you're spot on...It's all about the memories we make.....
     
     Davwud, Prince's  is absolutely on the list......even though I read somewhere that they've abandoned skillet frying.....it would be like going to New Haven and not eating at Pepe's
    post edited by wingmanBBF - 2013/06/01 19:46:30
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/06/01 16:41:38 (permalink)
    I had read something about them skillet frying their chicken but it didn't look like it to me.
    Either way, it's fantastic.
     
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    Re:Jupiter FL to Nashville, My daughter's dream 2013/06/06 08:35:58 (permalink)
    In beautiful downtown Mulberry one of my favorite roadfood places of all time is The Fish Place.  While their fish is awesome, they are best known for their incredible hamburgers and they always win Best Hamburger in the County ( I can't remember which county Mulberry is located).
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