This restaurant is one of the last old fashion dinners left in the Country. If your old fashion and down on some good home cooking this place can't be beat. It is worth a 50 mile drive just to eat the breakfast there. Be sure and have some biscuits and gravy and there great sausage or bacon. This place takes you back to a time when neighbors were neighbors and friends were friends. They have a huge pott belly stove, old wooden floors, and it just looks plumb country. This along with there very modest price, and the owners, is what makes you fall in love with this place.
Pros: Food and down home service
Cons: You can get really fat by living a mile away from there.