My husband and I used to enjoy going to this restaurant after church for their beef sliders, made to order omelets, fried green tomato sandwiches. Went on 3/24/13 to discover they do Sunday Brunch now for $15 pp..big mistake. Half dozen steam trays with heavy lids set up in the back of the restaurant. The heavy lids and no place to set them makes serving difficult. Host and waitress/bartender standing around talking while customers struggling to perform a balancing act with the serving tray lid, plate and trying to get the food. Unfortunately in the trays we found cold hard scrambled eggs, something white...still don't know if it was gravy or grits even after tasting it, extremely soggy french toast, some sort of dry quiche with a hot spicy herb on it that made it inedible, sausage links from Publix, tiny bacon strips and some soggy string potatoes. It was obvious the food had been cooked and placed in the trays much earlier. Nothing fresh or hot. Plates look salad plate size and if you get a spoonful of eggs, a biscuit and potatoes, your plate is full. They definitely don't want you getting too much, but that's not a problem as once you taste the food you won't go back for more. Not up to Buckhead standards of restaurants in the area. Won't be back.