Excellent Southern home cooking. Services fast, frequent. Noticeably many regulars. Easy access on the street. Charming town.
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My wife and I stopped by for breakfast and found it to filled with small town atmosphere. Truly a locals place where everyone is know as "Sugar" or "Hon". We had omelets with toast or biscuits and they had a down-home flavor that you won't...More
This restaurant has been around for decades and has always maintained a large following of local residents and visitors. Many who have moved away always make this a stop when they come back to the area. Their deserts are all homemade and regulars (whether locals...More
Great place for breakfast or lunch. Homemade pies. Great to eat at a local establishment that has been here for years.
Let's be realistic here. The food is a very reasonably priced, but most of it is typical Sysco product. You get what you pay for, and if you don't go in with over-the-top expectations, you'll like this place just fine. I had a thin crabcake...More
While you won't find food prepared by 5 star chefs or service equal to a highly rated restaurant you will find really great home cooking. This is comfort food, the food your mother or grandmother fixed. You can eat here every day and enjoy yourself....More
I had the oyster stew which was alright. I expected it to be thick with veggies and oysters. There were 6 oysters swimming in a slightly creamy broth. The broth had pretty good flavor. Would have been better off ordering grilled cheese or burger.
We had scallops and haddock. Super food, wonderful people. Didn't know what to expect, but were hoping to have some seafood and/or fish. They met all our expectations at a reasonable price for dinner.