A great hole-in-the-wall place for breakfast or lunch. We had the fried green tomatoes ($7.95), the tomato pie ($6.95), and the awesome bourbon bacon pecan pie ($6.95) for dessert. Turned out it was what Guy Fieri had when he was here with Triple D. The fried green tomatoes came with their pimiento cheese, and the tomato pie came with sweet potato cornbread. The bourbon bacon pecan pie came with slices of bacon in between the slices. All were yummy. We would definitely go back for either breakfast or lunch.
As for the negative reviews, you have to remember that you're on Southern time here in Charleston, and that means that they get around to things when they want to get around to them. It's not fast food, but food done right. They could add a little salad, anything, to the lunch items to make it feel like a little more. But the food is great, so it's a must see kind of place.
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