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When you find yourself forgetting that eggs and milk aren’t made in the grocery store, head to Avondale Estates’ restaurant, Rising Son. The fun light fixtures, colorful artwork, and stuffed coyote will provide more than enough entertainment as you to enjoy the food made with ingredients from local farms. Breakfast is mostly a mix of biscuit sandwiches and grit bowls, lunch takes on a meat-and-three format, and “Supper” (Fridays and Saturdays only) is constantly changing to highlight seasonal produce.

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