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Pickles Cafe & Grill in Martinez closes

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Pickles Cafe & Grill at 407 Furys Ferry Road in Martinez has closed, according to signs posted on the restaurant’s doors.

The signs indicate that the restaurant closed July 30, and they thanked customers for their patronage.

Pickles Cafe & Grill was owned by Richard Collins, of R.L. Collins Group LLC, according to the Columbia County Business License Office.

The restaurant opened in late 2010 in a former Raising Cane’sbuilding. Pickles had about 30 employees.

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vinnydelicious
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vinnydelicious 08/08/12 - 08:21 pm
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Very sad

They served great burgers and other delicious meals. Very pleasant staff. Sad to see them go. Thank you and good luck in the future

Dixieman
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Dixieman 08/08/12 - 04:03 pm
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Pheasantburgers

...or something like that opening soon at old Flying Cowboy (prior to that Famous Dave's) on Washington Road. Restaurant business is really hard to do and maintains. Sorry Pickles is closing.

itsanotherday1
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itsanotherday1 08/08/12 - 04:22 pm
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Roadrunners @ old Dave's

Roadrunners @ old Dave's building.

Dudeness
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Dudeness 08/08/12 - 04:29 pm
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They had good burgers but

They had good burgers but never seemed to have any business when I drove past.

palmetto1008
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palmetto1008 08/08/12 - 06:06 pm
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Ribeye steak special was

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Ribeye steak special was really a good deal and delicious

Jake
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Jake 08/08/12 - 06:12 pm
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Food Joints in the CSRA

When I go to eat at places in the CSRA, most of them have lousy decor. It usually looks like a cafeteria with a little trim. Decor and ambiance is just as important as the quality of food. That is why I like the Cracker Barrel for breakfast. They have antiques everywhere and I don't just mean the patrons. If you want to suceed then you need to sell the sizzle, not just the steak.

TrukinRanger
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TrukinRanger 08/08/12 - 06:22 pm
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Perhaps these places should

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Perhaps these places should advertise. I had never heard of it.

Dixieman
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Dixieman 08/08/12 - 08:49 pm
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Um...

The Cracker Barrel "antiques" are plastic reproductions.
I like the food, go there every Wednesday for the chicken pot pie and can't understand why they don't serve it every day, only once a week.

Jake
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Jake 08/08/12 - 10:51 pm
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Evans

The antiques at the Evans locale look very genuine to me, not plastic. I could be wrong. Anyway, it is fun to look at and some of them spark memories of days gone by.

jmo
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jmo 08/08/12 - 11:00 pm
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Taxes and Fees

I've been there; with taxes and fees it's almost impossible for a small "man" to make it in business. It doesn't matter your intention or dedication. This is a problem in our economy today.

Georgialina
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Georgialina 08/09/12 - 12:37 am
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Sad news

I really hate to see Pickles go. We have eaten there MANY times and always found the food very good and the wait staff very pleasant and happy to serve you. I have never had a complaint when we ate there. I wish them luck and will miss them greatly.

belle
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belle 08/09/12 - 08:14 am
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enjoyed it the first two times

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on the third visit just three weeks ago my food was literally burned. Tasted like charcoal. Never saw it advertised anywhere....

Willow Bailey
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Willow Bailey 08/09/12 - 09:45 am
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For some reason , that just

For some reason , that just doesn't seem to be a good location. I kept hearing about Pickles, meant to go there. Sorry to hear they closed,

Bonefish is now open for Sunday brunch; very nice menu.
Looking forward to T bonz @ Stonecrest.

Jake , you make me want to ride my horse up to the CB and tie her to the post while I enjoy some vittles & antiques :)

Shellman
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Shellman 08/09/12 - 01:19 pm
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ate there once

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food was good but the place had an overpowering moth ball smell. Made me lose my appetite. Did not return. Maybe others had the same experience.

blues550
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blues550 08/09/12 - 05:20 pm
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Miss

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Dang I miss Damon Cline. This is week plus old news.

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