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We love this place! Several meats vegetables and other items to choose from, all home made. The fried pies are very good, a lot of seating so if it looks crowded from the outside you can still get a seat. Delicious food!
It was a warm welcoming place to relax, dance and eat. We enjoyed our visit. There was live music on a Tuesday and a good size crowd with most people getting on the dance floor. Also there was a fun door prize.
My wife and I came from England on a vacation and was introduced to Long Hollow Jamboree. We found the people friendly, warm and welcoming and the atmosphere great. We went back the following night and enjoyed it so much that we now have more...More
We stopped for dinner. They have a small buffet and the food was tasty and very reasonably priced, but the atmosphere is what we enjoyed. This is obviously where the local folk come to dance and visit with each other. We came in as strangers...More
Remember the Two step, cotton-eyed joe? Quick step? Waltzing? get in before the music and there might be a booth left; this place will take you to your Southern childhood even if you grew up in Burbank. Save room for their pies and cakes- Black-eyed...More
This is a really fun way to spend a Friday or Saturday night. They have a very small cafeteria line where you have a few meal and vegetable choices and the food is pretty good. However, the highlight is the dancing; I don't dance, but...More
The Long Hollow Jamboree is a bit outside of town, but worth the drive for some "good ole home cooking". The dining area is set up with multiple long cafeteria type tables, with booths on the edges. They have a small but plentiful buffet staffed...More