Traveling to the area for work, I was really excited to find a little place that tried to stick to locally grown stuff in the South in an area where recycling means scrap metal hawking and nature reserve is a place you can hunt. The fist time through we got a couple tomatoes and a smaller thing of romaine lettuce, which looked partially bad already. It came to $6. After peeling away icky leaves, the lettuce was yummy as were tomatoes. Nothing we'd write home about as of yet, but the reviews spoke mainly of the awesome yet slow food in the cafe. So we ordered some takeout, chili and cheese yams and a blt salad. It came to $10, fain enough. The thing is, for a place that fronts as a ,we're local so it's worth the price" kind of place, the cheese was clearly squirty nacho tasteless non-cheese, and the chili wasn't better. The salad was, okay. I really wanted to like them. It's my kind of scene, but I was disappointed. Not gonna lie to the internet. Know what was yummy and cheap and local nearby? The Tamale Place. Just saying.
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