Honestly, I had one memorable meal here! And to think that it is a non-profit that employs underprivileged people is really mind blowing. The venue is very attractive. The menu is not too large and features fresh, regional produce. I opted for a traditional "meat and three" entree. The white meat fried chicken was delectable, the coating light and crisp. My sides were roasted beets, Mac and cheese and collard greens. Served with a piece of cornbread. The vegetables were flawless. The dessert banana pudding was presented in a glass with a browned meringue topping. Even the vanilla wafers were baked in house! I took a slice of Carmel layer cake to go. ( Usually served with coffee ice cream) it was wonderful too!
You can make a donation to their charitable organization when you pay your bill if you wish and the donation comes with a reward, depending on the amount
I wish I had discovered this spot at the beginning of my stay in town. I am sure breakfast would have been amazing too
One of the best meals I've ever had!