Georgia Eateries

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Roy's Grill
Rossville, GA
Roy's Grill opened in 1934 as a Krystal hamburger stand. The building was replaced with this one during road widening in 1949. These photos are from 2005. The restaurant had been closed since at least 2007. It reopened in 2011. For more, see this website. [map]

former Candyland
Lake Park, GA
This former Candyland restaurant now houses a gas station convenience store and Dairy Queen. For more, see this website. [map]

There was another location in McDonough, GA which is still there and also houses a Dairy Queen. I believe that there were locations in Jesup, GA and St. Augustine, FL as well.

Charlie Joseph's
La Grange, GA
Charlie Joseph's first opened as a fruit stand in 1920 and began selling hot dogs here in 1946. [map]

4-Way Lunch
Cartersville, GA
Partridge Restaurant
Rome, GA
The 4-Way Lunch opened in 1930. In 1993, the building burned down and was rebuilt two months later with donations from the community. It has a formica counter with 11 stools. [map]

The Partridge Restaurant opened in 1933. The building originally housed the Gordon Theatre. You can't help but wonder what's under all that siding. For more, see this website. [map]

Majestic Diner
Atlanta, GA
The Majestic Diner opened in 1929. The building was most likely remodeled in 1939 when the Plaza Theatre next door was built. The Majestic is open 24 hours. Its signs read "Food to Take Home" and "Food that Pleases". For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former Oogleblook
Atlanta, GA
former Oogleblook
Doraville, GA
The Oogleblook was a local, hamburger-focused fast food chain owned by Morrison's Cafeteria. The locations were built around the late 1960s or early 1970s. If anyone knows of any other buildings like this, I'd love to hear about them.

This Oogleblook building in Atlanta houses Sprong, a children's shoe store and other retail tenants. For more, see this website. [map]

This Oogleblook building in Doraville now houses Cafe 101. It previously housed Murray's Subs. [first photo, ca. 1987, thanks Eavenson Art; other photos from 2007] [map]

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