We had read about Dixie Crossroads in Southern Living magazine and decided to give it a try.
We really enjoyed it. Casual but nice atmosphere. We really appreciated the fact that they serve
wild-caught shrimp which can be hard to find in restaurants. We felt the food was a good value and the servings generous. The complementary corn fritters are too good...
They do not take reservations but you can call ahead and receive an approximate seating time
which puts you ahead of walk-ins. It worked well for us.
Children and adults enjoy feeding the fish in the ponds out front. So, if you have to wait you'll