I first heard about this place from someone at work, so decided to check it out with a friend. You turn off the congested part of New Circle onto a road that takes you about 7 miles outside of town. The drive was beautiful; lots of tree coverage, horse farms/stables, and lovely homes! Just when we thought we'd surely passed it up, we came up on what just looked like a corner market. (I guess that's the point!) Out front, there's a swarm of pretty flowers blooming and a few tables to eat at if the weather will tolerate it. When you go in, walk to the front counter and you'll see a stack of what looks like a county circular. That's the menu!!! How cute, right?! We took ours to a nearby table to look at it thoroughly.
A piece of advice: ordering is like at a fast food counter instead of sit down restaurant. I wanted to order appetizers first, like a sit down place, but it's best to order everything at once. Also, they have a self-serve drink station. You go get your own after you order... Don't be like us and wait for them to bring it to you.
We ordered an appetizer: Fried Sweet Banana Pepper Rings with the Smoky Tomato Ranch dressing for dipping. Oh yeah! Fantastic! For our meal, we both wanted to try a Po-Boy, and they have so many options! Also, once you decide on the sandwich, they have 2 choices for bread: you can either get it on the 8" brioche roll or you can choose to make it a wrap. We chose one of each. I got a Kentucky Po-Boy on the roll, which has BBQ pulled pork with all the fixins and topped with fried pickles! Yuuuumo! And my friend got the Smoked Chicken Po-Boy in a wrap, which was also amazing! We split everything we ordered to be able to try more. I'm still dreaming of those sandwiches! Each came with chips, but we chose to pay an extra dollar and substitute one of their homemade sides. This was my only problem: I got the red-skin potato salad and she got the healthy grain salad, and we were not fans of either. The next time I go back, I'll just stick with French fries for my side.
As for the service, they just have some help to bus tables, but I wouldn't call them waiters. Don't wait on them to bring you drinks, and don't expect them to be at all knowledgeable about the menu. If you have a question, ask the cashier at the counter.
Besides the meal, they also had a lot of granny'esque items for sale: sourgham, jams/jellies, honey, etc. I also noticed a lot of gluten-free items, if that interests you. The atmosphere was really laid back, kinda felt like eating at home. And the price was very easy on the wallet!
Overall, I really loved it and will definitely go back with different people!
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