Parkers is a throwback to 1960s or 70s family restaurants in the south. Stopped in after an ECU baseball game and had the buffet, which is brought to your table family style. It is nice that you can sample a variety of dishes; none were spectacular, none bad. The best were the BBQ, which is solid NC-style pork, and along with the clearly home-made fried chicken and hush puppies; the mac and cheese was above average. The green beans and potatoes were average - not great, not bad. Coleslaw is minced and overly vinegar-y for my taste. The "BBQ Chicken' was oven-cooked, tender and juicy but smothered in a watery sauce of dubious lineage. The brunswick stew was average. And they only take cash.
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