Great food and large portions. Very reasonable. If you like good Southern cooking, you need to stop. Not a fancy place, but food is great with plenty of choices for meats and sides.
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Stopped by on way home from the eclipse. It's tucked away in a small town on a side street and is well worth the detour. Housed in a vintage home, the freshly cooked food is displayed as soon as you enter. Choose your meal cafeteria...More
fried chicken, green beans, corn, YUMM! If you are into southern country cooking, this is the place for you. Coconut pie like grandma made, buttery!
We were traveling on the Fourth of July and happened upon Taylor's. We were looking for breakfast but they had a limited menu due to the holiday. No breakfast foods but what we got was so good it didn't matter. My husband had the barbecue...More
I get take out here a lot, maybe once a week. The portions are good. The food is consistently good. I had the BBQ, smoked sausage, the best Mac and cheese around.
Like the trail cook said in the City Slickers movie, the food is hot, brown & plenty of it. I'd add to that, "good." Nothing fancy, the styro-box (plastic fork inside), strained under large portions of pulled-port BBQ, Brunswick stew over rice (comes with +...More
Had the BBQ chicken and was not disappointed. I am planning to go back soon. Pay first then go sit down and eat. Prices are very reasonable for what you get.