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Oneonta Things to Do

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    by Toughluck Updated Jan 24, 2011

    Another Lattice covered bridge. When I was there, the road was blocked and there was no space on the road-right-of-way to park. So, I took the picture of the road closure and found a post card. It may be possible to take the long way around and reach it from the other side. Apparently, the local owner has been disturbed by people trying to get to the bridge, so respect his privacy (if road access is still denied.)

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    by Toughluck Updated Jan 24, 2011

    Both a location of a Civil War Battle and of this Covered Bridge. The bridge was not here during the battle, which took place on the heights and the lowlands by the river.

    The Bridge is another Lattice design.

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    by Toughluck Updated Jan 24, 2011

    East of town on Al 75 about 4 miles. Built in 1894 by Thurman Horton, it was intended provided access his store and mill.

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Oneonta Hotels

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  • Colonial Inn

    293 Valley Road, Oneonta, Alabama, 35121, United States

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

  • Capps Cove

    4126 County Highway 27, Oneonta, Alabama, 35121, United States

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

  • Covered Bridge Inn

    120 Highschool Street, Oneonta, Alabama, 35121, United States

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Business

Oneonta Restaurants

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    by butterflykizzez04 Written Feb 5, 2014

    No alcohol ...a dry town!!! This is a good restaurant, I ordered the Carna Asadia...(lol) my spanish...sucks...and Tony ordered the Aimee Steak and Shrimp combo..no alcohol, he was ready to walk out the door...even mouthed the words.." I hate this place already" behind the waiters back...lol!!!

    The place was not crowded even though it was a Sunday around noon and churches were letting out. They have a full buffet, which was crowded but we ordered off the menu. He went with Iced Tea sweetened with lemon and I took Pepsi..My dish came with some peppers, beans and rice..and Tony's steak and shrimp came with steamed veggies and bread...He liked it ..it was 8 oz ribeye. I liked mine a lot as well. I would recommend this restaurant to others, the salsa was good!

    After tips and taxes I paid $32

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