Stopped here for a late lunch on our way through to Georgia, thinking we'd get a bit of the "local flavor" since we weren't from the area. This was reflected more in the decor and interesting items for sale - one could pick up postcards with biblical quotes next to hunting/fishing souvenirs - not so much in the food department. The menu sustains you but that's about it. It's middle of the road diner food at best but a bit pricey for what you get. Service was fine - the waitress had a great sense of humor. Pancakes were not bad but the hush puppies were hard and tasteless. The restaurant is close to I-77 so, if you are passing through the area and don't want to spend too much time looking for a place to eat, it's probably worth a one time stop for the experience - just don't expect quality dining.
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