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  • What's The Scoop
    Take a trip to What's The Scoop in Richmond Hill and make your next meal a good one. It s best to save your lighter eating habits for another day, though, as low-fat is not featured on the menu here. Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to What's The Scoop for a group meal. Put the suit away when heading to What's The Scoop — dress is casual, as are the vibes. Dine at What's The Scoop and keep your car safely parked in a nearby lot. Keeping an eye on your budget? What's The Scoop is a perfect choice, with most meals costing less than $15. What's The Scoop offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    2591 US Highway 17
    Richmond Hill, GA US
  • Thirty Two Degree Frozen Ygrt
    Frozen Yogurt of Hinesville and Frozen Yogurt on the Hill team up to cool down tongues with comparable caches of sweet treats. At both stops, self-serve fro-yo stations beckon visitors to pull their levers, filling cups with an assortment of flavors that the owners rotate every couple of days to keep things fresh and cover for those flavors summoned to jury duty. More than 30 toppings, such as Skittles, chopped granola, and M&Ms, can then be used to crown frosty creations before they’re weighed and priced by the ounce. In addition to yogurt, each shop dishes out Hawaiian snow cones, smoothies, and milkshakes.
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    10010 Ford Ave
    Richmond Hill, GA US
  • Monkey Love Dessert Bar
    Monkey Love Dessert Bar & Gallery's sweet-savvy staff plate primate-themed sweets and pour cupfuls of steaming espresso drinks from their extensive menu. Culinary explorers can taste the baboon dookie, a serving of miniature peanut-butter bars drizzled in chocolate, sprinkled with banana chips, and followed closely by a note-taking British zoologist ($1.65). New York–style cheesecake greets tongues with rich, creamy vanilla ($2.95), and a slice of chocolate-heaven cake ($3.95) snuggles under a blanket of mocha mousse and buttercream icing. Meanwhile, the flavored syrups in house-specialty espresso drinks—available in 12-ounce Chimp ($3.65), 16-ounce Baboon ($4.15), and 20-ounce Ape ($4.65) sizes—bugle peppermint- and cinnamon-tinged reveilles in the ears of snoozing taste buds.
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    115 Canal St
    Pooler, GA US
  • Auto Shine Carwash
    It's hard to say what's more fun to see, the 100-plus-pound beast of a pumpkin at Madrac Farms or the sights on a scenic 10-minute hayride through the area woods. And those are just two of the fun fall activities at the farm. Families can also explore the twists and turns of the five-acre corn maze, don a potato sack and glide down a slide, and head to the pumpkin patch to pick out their own Orange Bulldog pumpkin, a variety developed at the University of Georgia to flourish in heat and humidity. In the barnyard, farm animals?such as goats, chickens, and one potbelly pig named Hazel?meet and greet guests, who feed them a handful of treats. In addition growing their own variety of pumpkins, the farm imports ones from all over the U.S. Those who stop by the farm on Snow Day see it transformed into a winter wonderland with real snow that's perfect for making snow angels or building a people-shaped snowman to honor the greatest president in U.S. history, William Henry Harrison.
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    5161 Hwy. 21 S
    Rincon, GA US
  • Moonpie Corner Store - River Street
    Featured in the Post and Courier for inducing nostalgic memories of the iconic marshmallow-and-chocolate pastry, MoonPie Corner Store culls retro signs, MoonPie T-shirts, tumblers candles, hot sauces, and barbecue sauces from around the South. MoonPie T-shirts feature the snack's classic crescent moon logo, while MoonPie mugs give underachieving drinks a pastry to aspire to ($9+). Peruse a collection of more than 60 hot sauces ($10+), or test your spiciness threshold with fiery hot sauce concoctions that register higher levels on the Scoville scale. After posing next to the 8-foot "Mr. MoonPie" crescent moon, patrons can also pick up a bottle of local barbecue sauce ($10 or less), before snacking on an array of MoonPies from every section of the flavor spectrum.
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    502 E River St
    Savannah, GA US
  • Smooth
    The fruit mixers at Smooth churn out a menu loaded with vegan smoothies, hearty sandwiches, tempting snacks, and energizing coffee drinks. Daydream of jovial sitcom characters while slurping up The "Norm" for Norman, a strawberry-and-pineapple smoothie ($4.50 for 20 oz.). Georgia Peach, a hometown favorite, fills the senses with a mouthwatering marriage of strawberries and peaches ($3.50 for 12 oz.) and can build general wellness with the addition of a wheatgrass booster ($.75). Tuna-salad sandwiches ($6.95) fill up human tanks and accompany summer salad or chips, and white-chocolate mochas ($3.50 for 16 oz.) confuse the color conscious. Overcome snack cravings with soft pretzels ($2.75 each), bagels ($2.50 each), or targeted hypnosis.
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    143 Bull St
    Savannah, GA US

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