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Mountain Biscuits, Marietta, Georgia
Georgia, USA

Mountain Biscuits Restaurant in Marietta, Georgia 30060.  Huge, soft biscuits are baked through and through.  Only a mile from the Visitor's Center at Kennesaw Mountain National Park.  Limited indoor seating and a few picnic tables out front.  Try the fried biscuits and baked potato salad.

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Uploaded: 02/05/2012
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