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Trey’s Favorite Things THE SMALL BUSINESSES THAT MAKE ALBANY FEEL LIKE HOME
I’m proud to call Albany, Georgia, home. Whether it was finding blue holes with my friends as a kid, escaping to our gorgeous wildlife, or exploring our downtown, I’ve always been grateful to have my roots firmly planted in Albany. As a member of Albany’s small-business community, I’m also honored to support the local businesses that call our city home. It’s important to help our neighbors and honor the sense of community these restaurants and establishments bring to our little city. I’m proud to personally know some of the owners of these businesses, and I will gladly take my business to them — especially when the food and company are some of the best in Georgia!
As Georgians know, there’s no place quite as fun as the patio. I like to sit out on the patio at Harvest Moon, either gathered around the heater with some friends and a few beers or searching for shade in the summer heat. Harvest Moon is a great place to cheer on the Falcons or the Braves, too. I will often head to Harvest Moon or Locos Grill & Pub if I want to catch the game with local fans and enjoy a few rounds. When I’m looking for a quiet night in, I head to the walking path near the Flint River. I’m fortunate enough to live near the path, and it’s peaceful to spend an evening or afternoon walking along the water’s edge. I’ll often take Rawson with me, and that old dog’s excitement about a walk along the river is reason enough to go! I wish more people would take advantage of this great local attraction.
Living so close to the coast affords us the opportunity to enjoy fresh seafood on a regular basis. After a long day of work, I often head to Catch Seafood Grill & Oyster Bar for some fresh oysters, or I pay a visit to Mr. Kim at Mikata Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar for sushi and a beer. Nothing really compares to taking the edge off in these familiar local joints, especially when I’m enjoying all their amazing dishes! Of course, if you have lived in Albany long enough, I’m sure you know Mr. Kim. He has been at Mikata for as long as I can remember, and I know he works from open to close every day. He’s a friendly face after a rough day, and he’s a local staple for this great restaurant.
Loco's Grill & Pub
Catch Seafood Grill & Oyster Bar
Flint River walking path
I feel incredibly lucky to have called Albany home nearly my entire life. I can’t imagine living anywhere else, and I’m grateful to be part of a community with a vibrant small-business scene. I certainly encourage you to check out some of these local places, and if you do, let me know what you think!
And, to my fellow small-business owners: Thank you for serving our community!
Mikata Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar
-William F. “Trey” Underwood, III
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