A very local restaurant, which is appealing if you are looking to get a taste of the local scene. This restaurant has a lot of options on its menu. I had a Greek salad with grilled chicken breast that was good and filling. The famous sweet-tea of the south came in a huge glass. Their rolls with honey butter spread are like a dessert. The atmosphere and the decor are homey, not fancy, but has charm in simplicity and a historic vibe. Also, the food was served quickly by a friendly wait staff. Also, choices are limited in the area around the restaurant, and this restaurant was open later in the evening.
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