a fun place to go for a gathering, a bit far, but if youre coming from tallahassee, you'll be back before your friends get a table at outback anyway.
its quite a drive, so make sure you have good directions, at one point you have to turn off an unlit road onto another unlit road, and its pretty easy to miss. the restaurant is several farmhouses that have been pulled together. There are wagon rides, and a little store where there is usually a singer and a guitarist entertaining visitors who sit in a circle on rocking chairs. the little store has gifts and candy a la cracker barrel, but worth a looksie while youre there.
when you sit down you'll find a bowl of boiled peanuts on your table, and don't worry, they won't stop refilling it, so keep eating! Order a steak off their newsletter style menu and read about the history of how all the houses were dragged from all over the place to get to where they are now. don't expect much from the salad or the bread.... dont expect anything from the salad or the bread, and the desserts all reminded me of something frozen or out of a box, remember, you came for the steak and the experience.