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Restaurants on Jamestown Hill

2014-04-27 - Uptown Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. It's out in the country, almost a mile from Downtown - but the area from Hurt Street to LBN Parkway Interchange 49 is Restaurant Row. In sight above are signs for McDonald's, Subway, Pizza Hut, Dickey's BBQ (restaurant closed for the moment but their's mention of a reopening, possibly as a "Cookout"), and Wendy's. The new Taco Bell is on the left, but for now there's no sign. That's six. In addition, within easy walking distance, there's a Mexican Restaurant, Fiesta Mexico; a Sonic, a Chinese restaurant, Tray's Garden; that makes nine strictly restaurants. In addition - there's a a place for hot dogs and sandwiches in the Speedway, a breakfast bar in the Best Western; and a full sandwich and plate lunch deli in the IGA. Usually, there's a least one food truck, too, offering subs, BBQ or other fare, in the parking lot by Taco Bell. That makes a baker's dozen places in a .2 mile radius, 12 of them open most days. -EW
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