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Loved the 'hometown' local pub/grill ambiance but the breakfast food was just average. As a true Southerner, when you tell me you have buttermilk biscuits, they shouldn't taste like just baking soda biscuits and should be rather large. Maybe the lunch and dinner menus would...More
Well. This is Most definitely supported by the locals. I'm a veteran as well, just noting it as it appears this business supports military service, thanks! An unassuming street-side facade within a small business "park." A Well worn interior greets you with a bar area...More
A friend of my wife's asked us to meet her here and we were a little reticent as we walked in. The place looks more like a bar than a restaurant.
However we were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the food and the friendly...More
Blue collar clientele (two of the regulars even lit up cigarettes during breakfast without anyone saying a word), Marilyn Monroe photos covering the walls, Fox News on the TV, little bit of a stale odor when you first walk in.
Fast, traditional service (e.g. “freshen...More
Went to Moe's for breakfast a couple weeks ago. The food was tasty, but there were a few glitches. Drinks not per the order, one breakfast side dish never did show up (was removed from the bill), and the tables in the 'bar' area are...More
Getting brunch at Moe's!! Eggs, bacon and grits today! Chicken and waffles tomorrow! Yum!
Moe's has been in business for 46 years, and for good reason. They have great and friendly service and even better food, which excellently prepared. Being the food snob that I...More
My family and I visited here on September 30, 2016 for dinner. We didn't realize there was a smoking and a non smoking side of the building. Our very kind waitress pointed out the different sections to us. She even turned on the tv in...More