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Liam's Restaurant Restaurant Review: Renovated and updated, Liam’s is a mecca for both Thomasville denizens and their neighbors across the state line in Tallahassee, Florida. Retaining its richly textured old-brick walls, the early twentieth-century commercial space has been home to the restaurant for more than a decade. Owners Rhonda and Scott (the chef) Foster named the place after their son, Liam. At brunch, you'll find adaptations of many French dishes, such as croque monsieur or an omelet périgourdine, while lunch may feature fried oysters or freshly made pasta. Look for the mac ‘n’ cheese of your life. The crowning jewel, however, is dinner. The tiny open kitchen turns out a weekly changing, seasonal menu that seeks out fresh local ingredients, such as pork from Thompson Farms in Dixie, Georgia, and cheese from Sweet Grass Dairy up the road --- even the coffee is locally roasted. In cold weather, there may be cassoulet or braised short rib. For dessert, select cheeses from a comprehensive assortment, with selections coming from near and far. The wine list, focused on small producers, is joined by a first-rate craft beer list and liquors.