Now here's a place that's pretty different, in a very positive way, from a typical walk in and sit down restaurant, both in terms of the environment and the culinary offerings. Located right on an old railroad line (now paved over as a walking/biking trail) where presumably old time travelers used to rest, the cafe is kind of like going to a picnic, particularly if you eat out on the screened in porch. The folks who operate the place and nice and friendly, just like family. The food is definitely down home - chicken and biscuits, tuna noodle casserole, meat loaf sandwiches, homemade chicken and tuna salads, homemade soups and plenty more. Not North, not Deep South, not Lowcountry, but somewhere in between, perfect for both Rebs and Yanks alike. Have lunch with an RC Cola or a sweet tea and you'll fit right in. We all enjoyed it thoroughly and plan to be back when we need a rest in our travels.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.