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Central Georgia Corner Cafe Series Part 1 – Thompson’s Cove

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Central Georgia Corner Cafe Series Part 1 – Thompson’s Cove

“It’s so good, they have got to come back! It is good cooking,” said co-owner Mary Thompson.

They specialize in fried fish. Co-owner Ronnie Thompson said, “We have catfish, seafood, shrimp. Oysters, scallops, crab, trout, and a perfect filet.”

Many patrons have been eating at Thompson’s Cove for many years, and some for a long as the restaurant has been in business since opening up in 1982.

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