We were so surprised the first time we ate here because the menu has an unexpected combination of dishes. There are excellent wood-oven baked pizzas with sophisticated toppings, and some fairly sophisticated salads and other Italian dishes. The other part of the menu has fried catfish, barbecue, fried chicken, and other southern dishes. It's an odd combination, but the wood oven cooking ties the various menu items together.
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