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August 25, 2006



Great little biscuit place. Had one last Saturday and listened to a little live bluegrass by the Jot 'Em Down Boys. Good times!


p.s. The BEST place in Atlanta for jerk chicken & veggies is EATS off Ponce. Just FYI!


Why do you hate the yummy biscuit place???


wow, did you just get fired from Stilesboro Biscuits or something?


I hate that pathetic excuse for a restaurant and I hope it gets torn down with the widening of Stilesboro.

jason (jabob)

Had to be in Marietta this weekend for a board meeting. The friends we stayed with live 5 minutes from the place so we tried it out Saturday morning. The ham biscuit was as good as advertised and Traci enjoyed the fact that she could get gravy without sausage.

Seth Reese

I'm trying this place out next time I'm in K-Town. Sounds great. You still need to try out M'Vorneen's in Cartersville. It's on Main Street to you left before the RR tracks. Great Irish pub with one of my favorite Shepherd's pies ever.


Not really sure about pancakes. Usually the menus at a "biscuit joint" are limited to, well, biscuits ;o)

No cheese on the grits this time, but they were delicious.


If the biscuits are out of this world, can you tell me about the pancakes? I would think they would be just as heavenly! And were those grits, cheesy grits?

Alice Bass

I'm in Atlanta in Oct to meet w/ my accountable prayer partner of 15 years & our first stop is for ham & biscuits. How can one expect us to pray on an empty stomach?

Cousin Jason

Bring on the biscuits!!!!! Was the ham country ham or that sweet stuff?


Y'all are making me hungry!


If you ever can't make it to Stilesboro, some of the best home-bake biscuits you can get are Mary B's. They are the best biscuits I've ever tasted; but then again, I haven't been to Stilesboro yet.

Bradley Davis

Welcome to the club! Stilesboro Biscuits is one of those little out-of-the-way places that I wish I could make it to a couple of times a week! Maybe I'll see you there sometime!

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