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Southbound Smokehouse on Central Avenue to Close



The Richmond County deputy who was supposed to work a “special” at Southbound Smokehouse on June 10 was instead one of the officers who participated in the raid on the restaurant that resulted in citations for underage drinking and unlicensed operation of a dance hall, according to a source who has...

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  1. Southbound was a much needed asset for Central Avenue. They will find Columbia County a breath of fresh air after having to deal with Richmond County.
    As sad as I am to see them go. Congratulations gentlemen, you have made a good decision.

  2. The two comments above was exactly what I was going to say. I have been wanting to open up a restaurant for years but guess what, this was the nail in the coffin for me in Richmond county! Way to go RCSO!

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