I was traveling alone and when I first walked in and saw that all the tables were for groups of eight I started to walk out. An older man then spoke up and told me I could sit with them. I was trying to think of a way to get out of it when the waitress asked me if I would like a glass of Ice Tea. I then realized it was a sit next to a stranger and make a new friend kind of place. I sat with 3 families who all just met and only one of them had been there before. The food reminded me of when I was a small kid at my Mom’s house except somehow the food was even better. They just kept bringing it out too!!! I can’t wait until the next time I travel this way. I want my wife, kids, and parents to share in the enjoyment.
If you do not like meeting new people or small talk this is not a place for you unless you are going in a group of 7 or 8.
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