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From Snooky's to RJ's
New locale reignites breakfast traditions
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Johnny Parrish, a former Snooky's patron who made the transition to breakfast at RJ's, is served by Jackie Dickey, who has more than 35 years experience waitressing in Statesboro's iconic eateries: first Franklin's, then Snooky's, now RJ's. - photo by AL HACKLE/Staff
For its first 30 years, RJ's Seafood & Steaks served only lunch and dinner. Then, when Snooky's, the iconic restaurant around the corner, closed at age 41 in February 2012, RJ's adopted its orphaned breakfast. Breakfast regulars - including more-or-less informal clubs who had met at certain times and certain tables for decades - made the transition.
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