95 in Georgia

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gdrunner
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95 in Georgia - Thu, 08/15/13 7:49 AM
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Any good lunch places not far off of 95 in Georgia? How about ice cream?

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Re:95 in Georgia - Thu, 08/15/13 8:30 AM
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YES!!!!  Skipper's Fish Camp in Darien, in between Savannah and Brunswick (Golden Isles), CAN'T MISS!

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Re:95 in Georgia - Thu, 08/15/13 8:32 AM
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Second exit going north from FLA in Kingsland, Aunt B's Southern Style. Left there with many a food coma and had to try to work in the afternoon. Used to be a really good BBQ place just off the exit ramp but I believe it's gone. There are several really good places in St. Mary's if you're willing to drive to the end of Village Drive.

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Re:95 in Georgia - Thu, 08/15/13 9:04 AM
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I am not sure what your definition of "not far" off I-95 would include, but Savannah is a quick drive across I-16 from I-95. In Savannah, there is Leopold's, which is some of the finest homemade ice cream around. 

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Re:95 in Georgia - Thu, 08/15/13 12:31 PM
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Also in Darien ,B&J's steak and seafood. Try the buffet or the shrimp basket. Also as mentioned Skippers is very good and is on the riverfront. It is just a short walk to the dock.

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Re:95 in Georgia - Thu, 08/15/13 12:37 PM
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I agree with The Travelin Man about Leopold's. The ice cream is worth standing in line for.