Went here for breakfast early Sunday morning after driving down from Baton Rouge. Place is airy and comfortable - used to be an old bank and has very high ceilings and lots of light. Had the barbecued shrimp and grits, corned beef hash which was served in small, cut-up pieces instead of the typical mash, an omelet, hash browns, biscuits and coffee. Everything was great, but the shrimp and grits was the best of this dish I've ever had. I'm still thinking about it.
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