The best patty melt ever! Sweet tea is delicious, as are the pickles. Husband had the tomato basil soup, which was just ok. Great atmosphere, great service.
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We arrived just as it opened for dinner. My friends and I ordered the roasted chicken, salmon patties and country fried steak. It took forever to arrive and when it did, it was cold. Everyone's was cold. We never got bread until we were almost...More
This was our first visit & we enjoyed it greatly! Food was quality, fresh & sufficient quantity. Service was very good & pleasing. Will go back there again !
I was having lunch with friends and wife. The food is served on fancy plates and larger servings. It doesn't look like much outside but inside you will want to look around until your table is ready. Antique store up front and dinning room in...More
Add this restaurant to your list of must go. It will exceed your expectations and you will want to return over and over to try everything on their menu. All of the other reviews were right. Best pot roast ever. Best trout with Parmesan cream...More
We went at lunchtime and, honestly, I was brokenhearted to discover the highly acclaimed Shrimp and Grits is only served at dinner. I went with the Catfish instead, which comes with the Mac and Cheese. The Mac and Cheese was not all it was worked...More
Tight parking, limited menu options, loud dining room, and the inability to serve food hot. I first had to park to get in there. It was 12:30 and there were a couple vacant spots, but inconsiderate people had parked in a way that would not...More
My family and I went there for dinner a few days ago. Service was very good and the atmosphere was very nice. Food was good but not great. We ordered the catfish, salmon patties, and shrimp and grits. The best dish out of all three...More
I ordered the roast with root vegetables. It came with a freshly baked homemade roll. The meat was very tender and the vegetables savory and perfectly cooked with a freshly baked roll on the side. It was delicious. The portion was a bit bigger than...More