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As experts, we know how important oral hygiene is for your health. We feel that it's important to go the extra mile to speak with our patients about the best practices involved with brushing, flossing, and healthy gums. We know what an impact a beautiful smile can make, which is why we are so dedicated to providing our patients with cleaner, straighter teeth than ever before.

Having served Georgia and East Cobb for years, we understand that no two patients will ever have the same needs. That's why we provide personalized services like cleanings and root canals tailored to each patient's unique needs. We also know that money doesn't grow on trees, so we accept most major dental insurance plans to ensure you can keep your teeth clean and healthy all year long.

If you're searching for an expert team of friendly dentists and hygienists, look no further than Merchants Walk Dental. We pride ourselves on the best dental care coupled with warm, engaging customer service. You can rest easy knowing you're in capable, welcoming hands whether it's your first or fortieth visit to our office.

Taking Care of Tooth Decay: Fillings in Alpharetta, GA

If you have had a cavity filled before, you're not alone. Tooth decay affects more than 90% of adults over the age of 40 - a stunning statistic that, in many cases, is entirely preventable. At Merchants Walk Dental, we use composite resin fillings to keep our patient's teeth healthy and functional. Unlike amalgam fillings, composite fillings are more discreet, match the color of your teeth, and are free of mercury.

While fillings can have a few uses, our doctors typically use fillings to “fill” a part of your tooth that is decaying. This hole of decay is called a cavity. Sometimes, fillings are also used to fix broken, cracked, or worn-down teeth from grinding and nail-biting. Fillings are a great way to restore decaying teeth to their normal shape and function while preventing sensitivity and inhibiting further decay.

During your dental exam at our office in East Cobb, your dental hygienist will check for signs of cavities and tooth decay to ensure your oral hygiene remains in peak condition.

The Merchants Walk Dental Difference

Having served the East Cobb and Alpharetta for years, we know your dental needs are unique and different from your neighbor. That's why we offer a variety of dental services to address each patient's special circumstances, from standard cleanings to complex root canals. By using the latest innovations and techniques in dentistry, we can better serve each client on an individualized level, leading to better comprehensive dental care.

We're taking new patients and accept most major forms of dental insurance to keep your teeth healthy and clean without breaking the bank. Contact our office today to schedule your dental exam and learn more about our history!

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Restaurant Report Card: Iron Age fails with 28, The Patio earns 100

ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - The Iron Age Korean Steakhouse at the Halcyon in Alpharetta received one of the lowest health scores ever.The Forsyth County restaurant scored only 28 points and a “U” for unsatisfactory. The report says there was moldy produce in the cooler. Plus, cooked rice and rice cakes were at unsafe temperatures and food handlers were not washing their hands when entering the kitchen.Atlanta News First went to the restaurant to question management but the door was locked, and the business w...

ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - The Iron Age Korean Steakhouse at the Halcyon in Alpharetta received one of the lowest health scores ever.

The Forsyth County restaurant scored only 28 points and a “U” for unsatisfactory. The report says there was moldy produce in the cooler. Plus, cooked rice and rice cakes were at unsafe temperatures and food handlers were not washing their hands when entering the kitchen.

Atlanta News First went to the restaurant to question management but the door was locked, and the business was closed.

A sign on the door said, “Iron Age will be closed for a few days due to an electrical outage in our kitchen.” And while that may be true, Atlanta News First shared the rest of the story with some curious customers.

“What? A 28? A 28? Are you kidding me,” one customer said.

“I’ve never seen a 28 ever,” another customer said.

Atlanta News First did see at least one employee inside the restaurant during our visit, but they would not open the door and speak with us.

“That’s all I need to know. That’s all I need to know. No details needed. At all, at all. How can you be in business with a 28,” a customer said.

To an update in Gwinnett County. Happy Valley still has reason to be sad scoring only 79 points and a “C” on its second reinspection in a week. Plus, the health department provided photographs that show they still have rodent droppings in the storage area and there was a dead rodent found on a trap.

At The Patio Café and Bakery on State Bridge Road in Johns Creek, they earned a 100 on their last health inspection and get this, they’ve scored three in a row.

Congratulations, they are the winner of this week’s Golden Spatula award.

They’ve been in business for 20 years. It’s family-owned and operated and every time you walk inside it’s packed. You can get some great deli sandwiches, and they have their own in-house bakery.

On the menu, you can order the southwest chicken chowder, egg salad, chicken salad and fruit, turkey club, grilled pimento and bacon sandwich, bistro salad and baked goods to go with it.

“Boy, that’s good,” Adam Murphy, Atlanta News First senior reporter, said.

A PR company representing Halycon, the development where Iron Age is housed, sent Atlanta New First an update. A new inspection, which was dated Thursday, gave the eatery a perfect score.

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Georgia real estate market shows significant growth in home prices

The real estate market in Georgia continues to experience significant growth, with certain cities seeing a notable surge in home prices. Despite the coronavirus pandemic’s impact, housing demand remains high, resulting in increased competition among buyers and driving up prices for affordable properties.According to data compiled by Stacker several cities in Georgia have experienced the fastest-growing home prices...

The real estate market in Georgia continues to experience significant growth, with certain cities seeing a notable surge in home prices. Despite the coronavirus pandemic’s impact, housing demand remains high, resulting in increased competition among buyers and driving up prices for affordable properties.

According to data compiled by Stacker several cities in Georgia have experienced the fastest-growing home prices in the state. The rankings are based on the dollar change in the Zillow Home Values Index for all homes in the past 12 months ending October 2023. The data highlights the impressive growth rates in these cities compared to the previous year.

Here’s the list:

1. Skidaway Island

2. Tybee Island

3. Milton

4. Alpharetta

5. Saint Simons Island

6. Isle of Hope

7. Berkeley Lake

8. Peachtree City

9. Marble Hill

10. Ellabell

11. Montgomery

12. Roswell

13. Dillard

14. Bloomingdale

15. Clyo

16. Walnut Grove

17. Buckhead

18. Johns Creek

19. Brooks

20. Pembroke

21. Bishop

22. Springfield

23. Sky Valley

24. Rutledge

25. Savannah

26. Avondale Estates

27. Senoia

28. Brooklet

29. Garden City

30. Peachtree Corners

31. Waverly

32. Cumming

33. Statesboro

34. Rincon

35. Cobb

36. Flintstone

37. Ball Ground

38. Waleska

39. North High Shoals

40. Townsend

41. Madison

42. Moreland

43. Richmond Hill

44. Midway

45. Dunwoody

46. Woodbine

47. Suwanee

48. Sharpsburg

49. Brookhaven

50. Pooler

These findings shed light on the ongoing real estate frenzy in Georgia, demonstrating the sustained demand for housing despite the challenging circumstances of the past year. As mortgage rates fluctuate, homebuyers and investors must stay informed about the evolving market conditions.

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Atlanta Restaurants Open for Lunch and Brunch on New Year’s Day

After a night of fancy dining, sipping champagne, and ringing in a brand new year into the wee hours, brunch may be necessary the next day. While many restaurants are closed on New Year’s Day, a few establishments open and are serving carb-heavy menus of burgers, platters of fried chicken, stacks of pancakes, and biscuit sandwiches chased with bloody marys to help soak up the overindulgences of the previous night. While brunch is the preferred meal at Atlanta restaurants on New Year’s Day, some restaurants also open on the holida...

After a night of fancy dining, sipping champagne, and ringing in a brand new year into the wee hours, brunch may be necessary the next day. While many restaurants are closed on New Year’s Day, a few establishments open and are serving carb-heavy menus of burgers, platters of fried chicken, stacks of pancakes, and biscuit sandwiches chased with bloody marys to help soak up the overindulgences of the previous night. While brunch is the preferred meal at Atlanta restaurants on New Year’s Day, some restaurants also open on the holiday offering the regular menu for lunch and dinner. It’s best to call and confirm a restaurant is open before heading out on New Year’s Day, and to inquire about the menu.

Check back for updates to this map through December 22.

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All three Ray’s locations in Sandy Springs, downtown Atlanta, and Alpharetta are open on New Year’s Day serving the regular lunch and dinner menus.

Local Three is back again with its New Year’s Day, all-you-can-eat brunch buffet served in the kitchen. Hit the buffet as many times as you wish, but the rule at Local Three is eat what you take. Reservations are highly encouraged for this popular brunch buffet. The restaurant is also serving its regular menu.

Chef Deborah VanTrece is opening her Blandtown soul food restaurant for a special New Year’s Day brunch to include a complimentary glass of bubbles, Southern fried chicken and braised short ribs, salmon croquettes, and a selection of traditional breakfast dishes. $55 per person. $20 children 12 and under. Reservations highly encouraged.

After an evening of eating, drinking, and dancing, the Latin American restaurant in Midtown will turn around and open for brunch on New Year’s Day.

Starting at 10 a.m. on New Year’s Day, Roshambo opens for a good luck brunch filled with sides of black eyed peas and collard greens, fried chicken and waffles, and bottomless mimosas. Reservations highly encouraged.

Not into fancy brunches or prix-fixe menus? You can bet your bottom dollar that a Waffle House is open near your neighborhood and be the spot of choice for many Atlantans looking to cure their hangover before a day of watching football on the television.

On New Year’s Day, the Buckhead restaurant is offering a special brunch, starting at 11 a.m. Each table will also be gifted a complimentary good luck plate.

The Ponce City Market restaurant from Tal Baum opens at 11 a.m. on New Year’s Day for a holiday brunch to include mimosa bottle service, kids’ specials, and a DJ. Reservations highly encouraged.

People looking to watch the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl and grab a meal out with friends will find Dantanna’s in Buckhead open on New Year’s Day. The TVs will be tuned to football all day and the restaurant plans to serve its regular lunch and dinner menus.

The Inman Park location of Delbar is open and serving its popular weekend brunch on New Year’s Day, starting at 11:30 a.m. Dinner begins at 4 p.m. on New Year’s Day.

All Atlanta and metro Atlanta Taco Mac locations are open on New Year’s Day serving the regular lunch and dinner menus, with TVs tuned to bowl games throughout the day.

The Dunwoody restaurant is planning a special New Year’s Day brunch buffet to kick off 2024, complete with carving stations, a waffle and pancake station, and other popular dishes from the menu. $49.70 per person. Reservations highly encouraged.

All three Ray’s locations in Sandy Springs, downtown Atlanta, and Alpharetta are open on New Year’s Day serving the regular lunch and dinner menus.

Local Three is back again with its New Year’s Day, all-you-can-eat brunch buffet served in the kitchen. Hit the buffet as many times as you wish, but the rule at Local Three is eat what you take. Reservations are highly encouraged for this popular brunch buffet. The restaurant is also serving its regular menu.

Chef Deborah VanTrece is opening her Blandtown soul food restaurant for a special New Year’s Day brunch to include a complimentary glass of bubbles, Southern fried chicken and braised short ribs, salmon croquettes, and a selection of traditional breakfast dishes. $55 per person. $20 children 12 and under. Reservations highly encouraged.

After an evening of eating, drinking, and dancing, the Latin American restaurant in Midtown will turn around and open for brunch on New Year’s Day.

Starting at 10 a.m. on New Year’s Day, Roshambo opens for a good luck brunch filled with sides of black eyed peas and collard greens, fried chicken and waffles, and bottomless mimosas. Reservations highly encouraged.

Not into fancy brunches or prix-fixe menus? You can bet your bottom dollar that a Waffle House is open near your neighborhood and be the spot of choice for many Atlantans looking to cure their hangover before a day of watching football on the television.

On New Year’s Day, the Buckhead restaurant is offering a special brunch, starting at 11 a.m. Each table will also be gifted a complimentary good luck plate.

The Ponce City Market restaurant from Tal Baum opens at 11 a.m. on New Year’s Day for a holiday brunch to include mimosa bottle service, kids’ specials, and a DJ. Reservations highly encouraged.

People looking to watch the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl and grab a meal out with friends will find Dantanna’s in Buckhead open on New Year’s Day. The TVs will be tuned to football all day and the restaurant plans to serve its regular lunch and dinner menus.

The Inman Park location of Delbar is open and serving its popular weekend brunch on New Year’s Day, starting at 11:30 a.m. Dinner begins at 4 p.m. on New Year’s Day.

All Atlanta and metro Atlanta Taco Mac locations are open on New Year’s Day serving the regular lunch and dinner menus, with TVs tuned to bowl games throughout the day.

The Dunwoody restaurant is planning a special New Year’s Day brunch buffet to kick off 2024, complete with carving stations, a waffle and pancake station, and other popular dishes from the menu. $49.70 per person. Reservations highly encouraged.

Light Up Your Holiday Spirit With an Alpharetta, GA Getaway

Alpharetta, Georgia, transforms into a holiday wonderland that captivates visitors with its enchanting atmosphere and festive spirit. The city comes alive with twinkling lights, charming decorations, and a palpable sense of warmth. Strolling along the illuminated streets, visitors are transported into a festive wonderland, where the spirit of the season is obvious. For more information about the holidays in Alpharetta and events ...

Alpharetta, Georgia, transforms into a holiday wonderland that captivates visitors with its enchanting atmosphere and festive spirit. The city comes alive with twinkling lights, charming decorations, and a palpable sense of warmth. Strolling along the illuminated streets, visitors are transported into a festive wonderland, where the spirit of the season is obvious. For more information about the holidays in Alpharetta and events view the brochure. Pack your bags and get ready to experience your own holiday magic with a getaway to Alpharetta, Georgia.

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Alpharetta, Georgia, transforms into a holiday wonderland that captivates visitors with its enchanting atmosphere and merry spirit. The city comes alive with twinkling lights, charming decorations, and a palpable sense of warmth. Strolling along the illuminated streets, visitors are transported into a wonderland, where the spirit of the season fills all hearts.

Gift Giving Season

Holiday shopping in Alpharetta is an experience like no other. The downtown district comes alive with festively adorned storefronts, creating a picturesque backdrop for your shopping adventure. Start your spree at La Bella Maison, a boutique known for its curated selection of home decor and distinctive gifts, For fashion-forward finds, Avalon beckons with its upscale shops, featuring renowned brands like Anthropologie and Kendra Scott. Meanwhile, Queen of Hearts Antiques & Interiors offers a treasure trove of vintage delights, making it an ideal stop for those seeking one-of-a-kind presents with a nostalgic touch. To infuse your holiday shopping with local flavor, explore the artisanal wares at The Market Place at North Point where you’ll discover handmade jewelry, artwork, and other specialty gifts crafted by talented Georgia artisans. For outdoor enthusiasts, Mountain High Outfitters is where you can find quality gear and apparel for those who enjoy exploring the natural beauty surrounding Alpharetta.

Wonderland Feasts

Begin your festive feast at South Main Kitchen, a charming restaurant that exudes rustic elegance. Their seasonal menu showcases locally sourced ingredients, promising a taste of the freshest flavors of Georgia. For an upscale yet cozy ambiance, Vinny’s on Windward offers Italian-inspired dishes, perfect for indulging in rich, comforting flavors during the winter months. For a truly unique dining experience, don’t miss Up on the Roof. With a menu designed to tantalize the taste buds, guests can indulge in a diverse range of dishes, from small bites to gourmet entrees, all while enjoying the crisp winter air under the glow of twinkling lights.

Check Off That List

Alpharetta offers a plethora of enchanting attractions that are not to be missed this holiday season. Families can delight in activities like ice skating at the Avalon’s Rockefeller-inspired rink or an interactive holiday experience at Immersive Gamebox. This cutting-edge entertainment venue offers a unique experience with motion tracking, projection mapping, touch screens and surround sound. For a hands-on and delectable holiday activity, consider a visit to Flour Power Cooking School. Learn to craft seasonal delights and traditional holiday dishes under the expert guidance of skilled chefs. To round out your festivities in Alpharetta, visit the North Point area, a shopping destination that truly embraces the spirit of the season. North Point Mall becomes a festive hub during the holidays, with dazzling decorations, Santa Claus visits, and cheerful carolers. You can explore a wide range of stores, including popular retailers like Macy’s, Von Maur, and Dillard’s, making it an ideal place to check off your holiday shopping list.

Holly Jolly Getaway

All of this merriment can’t be done in one day, so why not stay the night? Alpharetta has a hotel option that’s just right for you including luxurious full service, comfortable select service and roomy suites. Plan out your holiday escape at awesomealpharetta.com!

15 Decadent Bread Puddings to Try Around Atlanta

For nearly a millennium, bread pudding has proven true that one person’s scraps is another person’s treasure. And while bread pudding may have come about as another way to utilize stale bread, it’s hard to deny this dessert just feels luxurious despite its humble origins. Southerners love bread pudding, and Atlanta restaurants offer plenty of great takes on the dessert, from simpler, traditional treats garnished with a drizzle of caramel or bourbon to succulent doughnut-based puddings topped with vanilla creme anglaise. Rem...

For nearly a millennium, bread pudding has proven true that one person’s scraps is another person’s treasure. And while bread pudding may have come about as another way to utilize stale bread, it’s hard to deny this dessert just feels luxurious despite its humble origins. Southerners love bread pudding, and Atlanta restaurants offer plenty of great takes on the dessert, from simpler, traditional treats garnished with a drizzle of caramel or bourbon to succulent doughnut-based puddings topped with vanilla creme anglaise. Remember to always say “yes” to a scoop of vanilla ice cream, too.

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The Manchester Arms’ glazed doughnut bread pudding starts with Krispy Kreme doughnuts and ends with a dollop of whipped cream and sprinkling of powdered sugar. Forgoing it is a disservice to one’s taste buds.

Coated in a praline sauce, Angie’s bread pudding at the Food Shoppe in downtown Atlanta is the stuff of legends. It leans towards saccharine, so if folks are looking for a pudding to quell a powerful sweet tooth, this is the one.

Southern restaurant institution Mary Mac’s does bread pudding a little differently, opting for a red wine sauce. Order this bread pudding with a scoop of ice cream and watch it melt slightly and cascade down beneath the warm red topping.

Regulars to this Old Fourth Ward Italian restaurant know to order whatever bread pudding is on the dessert menu. Bread pudding here tends to lean into the seasons, like the cranberry bread pudding with white chocolate and hints of nutmeg topped with an orange glaze served with a scoop of vanilla gelato.

The bread pudding at Two Urban Licks gets a delightfully Georgian twist with the addition of Pearson Farm peaches. The accompanying scoop of vanilla gelato adds a bit of creaminess that kicks things up a notch.

Sotto Sotto’s white chocolate bread pudding sits in the shadow of flasher desserts on the menu, most notably the Belgian chocolate soup. However, one would be remiss to overlook its subtle sweetness and dreamy, pillowy mouthfeel. Cherries and almonds add a pop of juice and toothsomeness to the bread pudding without overwhelming the flavor.

Drizzled in bourbon sauce, Wisteria’s bread pudding is the kind that makes naysayers reconsider their stance and keeps aficionados coming back for more. The traditional bread pudding take rounds out a Wisteria meal on a note that isn’t overwhelmingly sweet.

Brookhaven Italian restaurant Valenza mixes chocolatey extremes into its bread pudding — that is, the white chocolate bread pudding is topped with dark chocolate gelato. A helping of drizzled sauce ties the flavors together.

French restaurant Petite Violette’s bread pudding holds its own against an already impressive roster of desserts. Whiskey butter sauce and vanilla ice cream join forces to highlight this unforgettable rendition of the classic dessert.

With a menu of New Orleans-style dishes like shrimp etouffee, red beans and rice, grilled oysters, Cajun pork belly hash, and jambalaya, there’s got to be bread pudding for dessert. And regulars to this Chamblee restaurant swear it’s some of the best bread pudding around town. It comes soaked in a spicy caramel sauce and is topped with a dollop of whipped cream. There’s also a location in Milton’s Crabapple district.

The Decatur barbecue restaurant features a bread pudding spiced with ginger and studded with blueberries and pecans. It’s topped with house-made whipped cream.

This is the spot for folks seeking real-deal po’boys and other Cajun fare in Atlanta while taking in some sports on the TVs. Those wanting bread pudding should definitely order the dessert here. It comes with a bourbon glaze and is listed on the menu as “crazy good” — and by all accounts, regulars agree with that description.

Bread pudding may not be the first dessert people expect to find on the menu at an Irish pub, but the blueberry bread pudding at Marlay House will change that way of thinking. The dessert is plump without being weighed down by moisture and makes an excellent partner for a post-meal pint.

Alpharetta doughnut house Scream’n Nuts doesn’t stop at pastries. The shop also incorporate said doughnuts into hybrid desserts, including a bread pudding topped with small batch vanilla ice cream and a salted caramel drizzle.

Southern Sweets Bakery in Decatur offers a bourbon bread pudding on the menu that comes both whole and by the slice. Whether looking to impress a group with dessert or just in need of a pick-me-up, the bread pudding at Southern Sweets is a great option.

The Manchester Arms’ glazed doughnut bread pudding starts with Krispy Kreme doughnuts and ends with a dollop of whipped cream and sprinkling of powdered sugar. Forgoing it is a disservice to one’s taste buds.

Coated in a praline sauce, Angie’s bread pudding at the Food Shoppe in downtown Atlanta is the stuff of legends. It leans towards saccharine, so if folks are looking for a pudding to quell a powerful sweet tooth, this is the one.

Southern restaurant institution Mary Mac’s does bread pudding a little differently, opting for a red wine sauce. Order this bread pudding with a scoop of ice cream and watch it melt slightly and cascade down beneath the warm red topping.

Regulars to this Old Fourth Ward Italian restaurant know to order whatever bread pudding is on the dessert menu. Bread pudding here tends to lean into the seasons, like the cranberry bread pudding with white chocolate and hints of nutmeg topped with an orange glaze served with a scoop of vanilla gelato.

The bread pudding at Two Urban Licks gets a delightfully Georgian twist with the addition of Pearson Farm peaches. The accompanying scoop of vanilla gelato adds a bit of creaminess that kicks things up a notch.

Sotto Sotto’s white chocolate bread pudding sits in the shadow of flasher desserts on the menu, most notably the Belgian chocolate soup. However, one would be remiss to overlook its subtle sweetness and dreamy, pillowy mouthfeel. Cherries and almonds add a pop of juice and toothsomeness to the bread pudding without overwhelming the flavor.

Drizzled in bourbon sauce, Wisteria’s bread pudding is the kind that makes naysayers reconsider their stance and keeps aficionados coming back for more. The traditional bread pudding take rounds out a Wisteria meal on a note that isn’t overwhelmingly sweet.

Brookhaven Italian restaurant Valenza mixes chocolatey extremes into its bread pudding — that is, the white chocolate bread pudding is topped with dark chocolate gelato. A helping of drizzled sauce ties the flavors together.

French restaurant Petite Violette’s bread pudding holds its own against an already impressive roster of desserts. Whiskey butter sauce and vanilla ice cream join forces to highlight this unforgettable rendition of the classic dessert.

With a menu of New Orleans-style dishes like shrimp etouffee, red beans and rice, grilled oysters, Cajun pork belly hash, and jambalaya, there’s got to be bread pudding for dessert. And regulars to this Chamblee restaurant swear it’s some of the best bread pudding around town. It comes soaked in a spicy caramel sauce and is topped with a dollop of whipped cream. There’s also a location in Milton’s Crabapple district.

The Decatur barbecue restaurant features a bread pudding spiced with ginger and studded with blueberries and pecans. It’s topped with house-made whipped cream.

This is the spot for folks seeking real-deal po’boys and other Cajun fare in Atlanta while taking in some sports on the TVs. Those wanting bread pudding should definitely order the dessert here. It comes with a bourbon glaze and is listed on the menu as “crazy good” — and by all accounts, regulars agree with that description.

Bread pudding may not be the first dessert people expect to find on the menu at an Irish pub, but the blueberry bread pudding at Marlay House will change that way of thinking. The dessert is plump without being weighed down by moisture and makes an excellent partner for a post-meal pint.

Alpharetta doughnut house Scream’n Nuts doesn’t stop at pastries. The shop also incorporate said doughnuts into hybrid desserts, including a bread pudding topped with small batch vanilla ice cream and a salted caramel drizzle.

Southern Sweets Bakery in Decatur offers a bourbon bread pudding on the menu that comes both whole and by the slice. Whether looking to impress a group with dessert or just in need of a pick-me-up, the bread pudding at Southern Sweets is a great option.

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