We come from a family background of Texas and New Orleans and this place hit it on the nose with the items on their menu. I had the chili with onions and cheese one night and the jambalaya another night. My husband tried the catfish, gumbo, ribs and hotwings. Everything was lip-smackin' good. The jambalaya had just the right amount of spicy kick. The gumbo had a nice dark rue, as it should. And the smoke flavor from the wood on those ribs....AWESOME!
The atmosphere is like a rustic southern backyard barn feel. There's blues and country music playing and roasted peanuts on all the tables. On the "Back Porch" there is a large flat screen t.v., usually playing sports.
Merlot or Chardonnay is served in disposable plastic cups or you can have a good ole bottle of beer.
The staff was very friendly and attentive.
There aren't many choices for good home-cooked food in this town so, I would not pass up Todd's. You would truly miss out on a hidden treat and as we say down south "good eatin'".
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