On the advice of our lodge owners, we ate at Avery's for dinner first. Not only was the food delicious (they use panko breadcrumbs for the fried dishes), we really appreciated it being BYOB so we could enjoy our nice bottle of wine. We were "talked into" trying the dessert (yum), and convinced that we needed to return for breakfast, which is what this small diner is really known for by the locals. Breakfast did not disappoint and we had the best biscuits and gravy we've had in years. The food is simple, yet well-prepared and you walk away wishing you had more room in your belly to try more things on the menu.