After finding this restaurant thru Tripadvisor reviews we decided to try it. Went for lunch on a chilly day. Small cozy locals place. The bartender that turned out to also be the owner was very talkative, funny and was able to give us a lot of info about the area. We had the roast beef and conecuh sausage po boys and a side of home made chips. Both sandwiches tasted amazing and well worth the price. The chips were thin, light and crispy and not overly salted. I had a bushwacker and there was no watering down of drinks here. She'd even warned me that there was a shot of 151 floated on the top. The taste was decadent. Best dessert imaginable. This is definitely gonna be a stop everytime we're here. The sausage is made locally and she even told us where she gets her seafood which is also a local place. We love supporting the local area which has had a rough few years and is finally starting a comeback.
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