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Rio Vista Restaurant, Jackson, GA

hueyjock | Sep 28, 200802:43 PM     4

For those of us who live in the Atlanta, Georgia area and remember eating at the Rio Vista Restaurant on Moreland Avenue. It was closed a couple of years ago due toi health reason of the owner. My family enjoyed the catfish and chicken on their menus. They also had a great salad dressing.

Well the daughter of the owner on Moreland had opened the Rio Vista in Jackson, Georgia. Same great taste of catfish and chicken. If you want Southern comfort food then this is the place for you. Wait staff were great and very friendly. They also brought the salad dressing back and you can purchase it.

Their web site is www.riovistacatfish.com It's about a ten minute drive east of Interstate 75 on Highway 36. Turn right at the courthouse in downtown Jackson and go south on Highway 36 untill you get to the Plantation Inn. Go though the parking lot at the Inn and the Rio Vista is behind the Inn.

Enjoy,

Huey Jock

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