This restaurant seems to be a local favorite, as it was crowded on the Sunday that I visited. I was taken here when I announced to a native Georgian that I wanted to experience 'real' Southern food (as in Soul Food!). To my surprise, it was disappointing. I've had better 'soul food' in Detroit!
We waited approximately 40 minutes to be seated. They do not take reservations. Parking is available around the corner, that is if you are lucky enough to get a spot. Otherwise, you have to find a space on the streets around the restaurant.
This is a good visit for history buffs (loved the pictures and articles on the walls), and as a sit-down meal with family and friends. The food didn't seem as fresh as it could have been, but they give you plenty of it. My service was great, but it really depends on which table section you are seated in. Some servers didn't appear to be as attentive as ours. The desserts tend to be heavy on sugar.
The one plus - the restaurant is comfortably clean, not at all like a typical 'greasy spoon' where one would normally go to when eating 'soul food.' So I guess this really was a 'Southern' experience.
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