Let’s do Junior’s Grill while we’re at it.

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  1. dressedcheeseside

    dressedcheeseside Helluva Engineer

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    Can anybody guess my order? Lol. They had a great breakfast sandwich as well. I lived in Smith so I was there often. Man, those were the days!

    Remember to give your answer in juniors lingo please. Thanks, and have a nice day.

    Ps: Tommy was the best, he always had a smile and a kind word for the tech boys. I forget what his mom’s name was but she was there all the time too.

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  2. MarineBuzz

    MarineBuzz Georgia Tech Fan

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  3. iceeater1969

    iceeater1969 Helluva Engineer

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    i worked at robbery and would check out book prices at store in picture.

    While doing that i learned about Juniors
    My favorite was the thin sliced roast beef hoagie. it had schreded lettuce, tomato which i added lots of mustard and black pepper.
     
  4. senoiajacket

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    Dress two, side cheese?
     
  5. B Lifsey

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    If I'm remembering right it was "hold two, side" and "seaboard" was a to go order???

    Wasn't there an item that would end with "choke it"??? Seems like a friend always order it.
     
  6. dressedcheeseside

    dressedcheeseside Helluva Engineer

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    If I was extra hungry. :D
     
  7. whitegoldsphinx

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    Very fresh chicken?
     
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  8. Wrecked

    Wrecked Jolly Good Fellow

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    French strip, single country on the side
     
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  9. Sarrick

    Sarrick Ramblin' Wreck

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    Juniors was already gone when I started college. Does that make anyone here feel really old?
     
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  10. CrackerJacket

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    By the time I got there, EBS had moved up the street a ways. There was a Laundromat in that space, I think. Ah, but Juniors Grill...wonderful. I used to go over for breakfast early in the fall and watch the Yankee freshman see grits for the first time ever.
     
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  11. MikeJackets1967

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    Did any of y'all eat there when Junior's was in it's original location on North Avenue at Techwood Drive?
     
  12. GTBandman

    GTBandman Jolly Good Fellow

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    I’ll have a “double fry butterfly!”
     
  13. slugboy

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    The French toast, dusted, was good. Dress one side, also. The chicken oregano fairly often.
    Did they ever do country fried steak? It's been a long while for me.
     
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  14. MikeJackets1967

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    Wikipedia said they had great Chicken Fingers;)
     
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  15. travgt01

    travgt01 Ramblin' Wreck

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    They did. I think that's the only thing I ate there.
     
  16. iopjacket

    iopjacket Ramblin' Wreck

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    Choke it was to smother with onions usually on a 10 oz burger steak. If you ordered the burger steak with onions and the top two sides on the list, in my day, Percy or Turner would say Top Two Ten Choke It.

    Sorry I responded to the wrong post
     
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  17. iopjacket

    iopjacket Ramblin' Wreck

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    Yes, 1968 thru 1970.
     
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  18. HurricaneJacket

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    I was there the day it closed, and now its a stupid Highland Bakery....:(
     
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  19. Whiskey_Clear

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    My pop exposed me to a lot of great Tech traditions....I probably shouldn’t hold it against him for missing this one. Did Juniors open after the mid 60s?
     
  20. MikeJackets1967

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    Junior's opened as Pilgrim's in 1948 on North Avenue at Techwood Drive. It was at the North Avenue and Techwood Drive location until 1967.
     

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