Local café open for breakfast and lunch...I had the flounder basket and wife had grilled chicken sandwich. Both were very good!
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...but the building is in really, really rough shape...the reviews I read all mentioned the “stepping back in time” feeling...no it’s just stepping into an old building that needs a facelift and a good cleaning. Staff was not friendly and we will never go back.
Decided to go into here because it was a recommendation from the Rice Museum. It was seat yourself. It wasn’t busy at all. Food was really good except the broccoli casserole, neither my husband nor I ate it. In fact it was the only thing...More
I have habited this spot since the early 70s. It is right next to the Town Clock on Front Street downtown. Pete Thomas and his mother were owners back in the day. They are long gone, but the restaurant goes by the same name and...More
Went here for lunch and it was fantastic. Big portion, cheap price and quality was very high. Will definitely go back to try more things!
Now, this place is more of a 'diner' than a 'cafe', and there are no frills with décor or atmosphere but the food is 5 STAR. We all shared the Fried Green Tomatoes appetizer which were delicious. My wife and I split the Fried Flounder...More
Saw the had good gumbo and wanted to try. Late lunch and got the last bowl of the day with fried green tomatoes and corn bread. I was in heaven.
The best blueberry pancakes ever! This is a local favorite! Best cup of coffee and the best blueberry pancakes ever!! My son ordered the special omlette of the day...shrimp and avocados!!! Amazing!!! This is where you'll see many regular customers...where the locals eat! It's closed...More
I had the shrimp and flounder basket with home made onion rings. More fried food than I usually eat but WOW. Lightly battered and crispy. So good. My husband had gumbo and fried green tomatoes. Also WOW. The only thing we didn't like was the...More