What is not to like?! The place has been around since 1902, it has an old fashioned FEEL, complete with ripped naugahide on the booth banquet I asked a customer leaving if the breakfasts were good. He said yes. So, we entered. The food was not all that great. I had a nice feta -Greek- omelet. But, the grits were certainly not made by any self respecting southerner. The grits were tasteless and watery. The ham is excellent. The pancakes rubber like. This has all the potntial to be a hidden gem. It ain't there yet
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