Mount Olive has occupied the same property since 1876.
Mount Olive was organized in 1876 as an extension of Avenue L Missionary Baptist Church, the Reverend I. S. Campbell, pastor.
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Olympia Grill at Pier 21
Seafood · $$$
100 21st St. #28 100 21st St.
"Hummus is homemade and awesome! Bartenders Kim & Jolie are fabulous"
3800 Seawall Blvd
"Snapper Michael, shrimp, gumbo and bisque were all great! If you have a few people get the dessert combo, it's awesome!"
Russo's New York Pizzeria
Pizza · $
500 Seawall Blvd #300
"The Boccocini Salad and the Veggie pizza are to die for!!! Gluten free available as well! Perfect for health conscience eaters."
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