Tag: Zebulon

October 4, 2016

It’s a Holiday! Let’s Celebrate Taco Tuesday!



There’s a National Day for everything these days, but this one for tacos is one that everyone will love and it happens to fall on  TACO TUESDAY! Last year Americans ate over 4.5 billion tacos. That’s 490,000 miles of tacos, which could take you to the moon and back! We won’t discuss how many we are probably responsible for!

In our area there is certainly no lack of places to find tacos! Everywhere you turn there is a Mexican restaurant and growing more popular even non-traditional taco choices. Here are some of the places to grab dinner and celebrate tonight!!

Tacos from Oink Joint
Tacos from Oink Joint

In Zebulon:

El Mariachi  8925 US-19, Zebulon, GA 30295 770.567.0042

Traditional Mexican food and one we frequent often being right next door to our offices!

Oink JoinLocated on the Square in Zebulon, GA OPEN MON-THURS 11-9PM & FRI-SAT 11-10PM 770.567.5455

Along with all of their award-winning BBQ and other options, they have some amazing tacos! Including Brisket Tacos, Pulled Pork Tacos, Kogi Tacos, Fried Chicken Tacos, Baja Fish Taco and a Buffalo Chicken Taco


In  Thomaston: (Traditional Mexican Menus)

La Fiesta 1118 Highway 19 N  706.648.2138

US Bar and Mexican Grill 1082 Highway 19 N, Thomaston, GA 30286 706.646.5358


In Barnesville: (Traditional Mexican Menus)

El Durango 882 Veterans Pkwy  Barnesville GA 30204 770.358.2784

El Aurora  202 Veterans Pkwy Barnesville, GA 30204 770.450.7117

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In Griffin:
El Toro Loco 1107 Ethridge Mill Rd Griffin, Georgia 30224 770. 227.7750 – Dinner on the patio is amazing!
La Parilla 1332 W Taylor St, Griffin, GA 30224  678.603. 1581
El Charro 1501 N Expy Griffin, GA 30223 770.412.8089 (Wal-Mart Shopping Center)
El Durango 650 N Expy, Griffin, GA 30223 770.229.1555
AND if you have a busy evening planned there’s always several Taco Bells in our area so you won’t miss out on celebrating this day!
July 14, 2015

Home For Sale in Pike County, GA | 620 Glover Rd, Zebulon | MLS# 7488194



  • 4,528 Total SqFt of Living Space
  • 5 Acres
  • Built in 2001
  • 6 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 2 Half Baths
  • Fenced Yard for Horses
  • Barn
  • Fenced In-Ground Pool
  • Deck & Covered Patio
  • Hardwood & Tile Floors
  • Dining Room, Keeping Room & Breakfast Room
  • Full Kitchen With Quality Cabinets & Island
  • Craft Closet
  • Bookcases in Keeping Room
  • Gorgeous Living Room
  • Expansive Master Bedroom with Sitting Area
  • Large Master Bath with Whirlpool Tub, Double Vanity, Separate Shower & Toilet Room
  • Large Master Closet with Custom Shelving
  • Fully Finished Basement:
  • Huge Laundry Room
  • Study Room
  • Second Kitchen
  • Exercise Room with Closet
  • Media Room
  • Game Area
  • Access to Outside Patio & Pool in Basement
  • Contact Alicia Gibson For More Information!
  • For More Details, Click HERE.
July 10, 2015

Home For Sale in Pike County, GA | 2261 Old Meansville Rd, Zebulon | MLS# 7486277



  • 1,680 SqFt of Living Space
  • 19.35 Acres
  • Partially Wooded
  • Completely Fenced & Open Pasture Area
  • Small Creek
  • Pond with Dock
  • 3 Outside Decks
  • 2 Car Garage
  • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
  • Split Bedroom Plan
  • Large Family Room with Fireplace
  • Open Dining Room or Small Office
  • Oversized Master Bath is Handicap Accessible with Large Tile Shower
  • Well/Septic Tank
  • Contact Dawn Bell For More Information!
  • For More Details, Click HERE!
June 3, 2015

Moving Tips

4 Tips for a Stress-Free Move

Moving can lead to new, exciting possibilities, but it also means leaving behind the people and places you love. While some sentimental items can be taken to your new place, many memories just aren’t transportable. To ensure your treasured belongings arrive safely to your new home, be prepared with these stress-free tips.

1. Make Room for New Memories

Taking every item of sentimental value with you to your new home is not always possible. Moving is the perfect opportunity to organize and purge items you don’t need or won’t use in your new residence. To lessen the load on moving day, hold a garage sale or donate unwanted items to a local charity. If you’re trying to sell your current home, the less clutter the better.

Once you’ve determined which objects will make the move, decide where they’ll go in your new place. Make the unpacking process simpler by creating a plan for your new space in advance and pack according to where things will go, not by where they’ve been.

2. Organize, Don’t Agonize

Starting the process early can help avoid stressful last-minute packing, and give you time to be a bit nostalgic. Before you begin boxing things up, take videos and photos of each room to preserve your memories of that space. Don’t forget to include outdoor areas like a backyard tree house or handprints in the patio cement.

Then, make a checklist of everything you need to accomplish before moving – packing, cleaning, cancelling and restarting utilities, registering the kids for school – and set a timeline for completing each step. Once you’re ready to start packing, work room by room to make the task seem more manageable. Start with decorative pieces that you can go without for a month or so, and save all the daily essentials for last.

Put together an “open me first” box with the gear you’ll need immediately, such as tools to assemble furniture, cleaning supplies and shelf liner for drawers, closets and kitchen cabinets.

3. Protect Delicate Possessions

To ensure your belongings arrive safely, it’s essential to pack possessions with extra care. Safeguard breakables with wrapping materials designed to protect fragile goods, such as bubble wrap cushioning.

Next, pack items in clean, sturdy containers in a variety of sizes. Use large boxes for bulky yet lighter furnishings such as pillows and blankets, and place heavier objects in smaller boxes to avoid unnecessary strain. Seal boxes securely with a durable packaging tape.

Be sure to label boxes clearly, marking them on the sides of the boxes, not the top. This step makes it obvious what’s inside, even if they’re stacked. You also can use different colored or printed packaging tapes to color code each room. For instance, you could use red for the bedroom, and blue for the kitchen.

4. Have Help on Hand

There are many affordable moving companies that can make the transportation a smooth transition. Doing it yourself can be physically tough and expensive, so it’s easy to see how hiring a moving company is the right path.

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