Carver's is an old-style real county kitchen. In a converted convenience store, it has no frills. You wait in line to order directly from the kitchen, and then take a seat at a table where you'll probably be joining 3-4 other people. This place looks cramped, but the line seems to move and there's always a free seat somewhere. The food is southern cooking at its best - delicious fried chicken, fried pork chops, mashed potatoes, black eyed peas, casseroles, etc. the banana pudding is just divine. yes, you'll feel guilty afterwards, but as an occasional indulgence this place can't be beat. meat + 3 is about $7 and they serve sweet tea in cups so large you need two hands.
Pros: food, charm, value
Cons: seating, crowds