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This family-run restaurant strives to provide Caribbean cuisine of the highest quality.
Taqueria Los Hermanos

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Small, family-run establishment, big flavor. Extra special: tamales made every day by the owners' mother, an unbelievably moist grilled tilapia with black olives in white wine sauce, and the incredible bread pudding with tequila sauce.

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An Italian pizzeria for Stone Mountaineers. Home of the only 18" brick oven pizza in town.

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Golden Krust is the only place that has so many -- and so many good-tasting -- varieties of patties. And the prices are a joke. Try the callaloo loaf, beef patty, coco bread, meat loaf, soya loaf or the pizza pocket or other. Almost every time you visit Golden Krust, there's a new variety to try.

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Features the best classic tavern cuisine and updates them to a gourmet level. Customers are invited to watch the chefs work courtesy of the open kitchen, and several plasma TVs show a a variety of programs. If the dining room gets too stuffy, simply walk outside and enjoy your meal on one of the spacious patios.

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An honest-to-goodness Main Street small-town cafeteria with delicious homey food at unbelievably low prices. The roast turkey is really roast turkey, not processed turkey roll.

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Local bar where everybody knows each other. Twenty-cent wings from 5-7 p.m. daily (dine-in only). Watch and listen to NASCAR every Sunday.

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This bakery and restaurant serves sandwiches, salads, and wings in addition to its signature cakes, cupcakes and other desserts. Catering is also available.
Weeyums Philly Style

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At a small diner on Stone Mountain's Main Street patrons grab a classic taste of Philadelphia with messy cheesesteaks and hoagies piled high with onions, peppers, mushrooms and cheese. Chicken and veggie steaks are available for non-red meat options. Neighborhood regulars add a community feel to the spot despite the lack of any real dining area. Wings, strombolis, and stuffed pizza crusts are other tasty choices. Better to call ahead of time and order over the phone because it's known to have long wait times. Take-out only with some picnic table seating outside.
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