We have ate here so many times and have never had a bad meal. Food is fresh and delicious, if you go you must try their homemade sweets.
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Stopped in for breakfast mid week. We were the only table occupied, they did do some carryouts. The two egg breakfast had good options and was reasonable in price. Good came quickly. Place had a for sale sign displayed outside. Good was average, quantity of...More
We were able to get a delicious late morning breakfast before heading out on the water. We shared the breakfast burrito with steak, eggs cheese and salsa along by with hash browns. The mimosa was great. Our friends enjoyed omelettes with hash browns and biscuits...More
Excellent food. Breakfasts all great, makes wonderful soups. Pork tenderloin sandy great. We go there once a week usually. Convenient and easy to get to on main drag in Greenview. Great chef. Can be busy sometimes with large amount customers. But waitresses friendly and work...More
We are very adventurous travelers and love trying new places for breakfast. Even though this was the only option within twenty minutes this was a terrible choice. It's basically a diner, the food is ok, actually the giant cinnamon rolls are a highlight. However the...More
This is a small family friendly restaurant with excellent food. I had their eggs benedict and can truly say they were the best I have ever had! Their bakery items are to die for. Get there early in prime season as they are very busy...More
great place to eat on the north side of the lake,friendly waitress, good service.food is good,nice atmosphere,breakfast always good,butterfly shrimp good,prices excellent.
They changed the name to Honey Beez but it is still the same great food. We go for breakfast every time we are at the lake.
We've eaten at Tupelo Honey's (now called Honey Bee's, due to a naming dispute) several times. The breakfasts and bakery items are excellent (5 stars), but luncheon offerings are just average (3 stars). The service is okay, but not great (3 stars).