A great early evening of family fun. We were delighted with the actors in their portrayal of an unlikely comedy spin-off of the Dukes of Hazzard TV show. The meal consisted of boneless pork loin as well as a fried chicken breast with mashed potatoes and green beans. For desert there was cheesecake with one’s choice of glaze; chocolate, caramel, raspberry or no glaze at all. I liked the coffee and my wife said the ice-tea was just like she liked it. The wait staff was as delightful as the actors and made us feel like VIP’s as they kept our glasses filled. An all-around good time with no vulgarity. Because the show doesn’t seat more than 50 make your reservations a day or two ahead.
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