I visited Night of the Cookers, Christmas Eve 2009 with my best friend. I heard about this place from my boss as well as my best friend and they were talking ALOT about how good the food was but I was not impressed, yet it was'nt horrible. I ordered the fried chicken with mac and cheese and a side order of Candied Yams. The portion size was great, chicken very moist but it lacked so much seasoning, Parts of it lacked taste, at times I was biting into pure oil and fried flour, I had to ask for Salt, Pepper and ketchup to spice it up. The Mac & Cheese very bland, a mixture of sharp cheddar used to sharply; Candy Yams was a bit undercooked (just slightly). My friend had the blackened Catfish which she claims was too salty on this visit, but her collard greens were 2 DIE for. We both had sum Fuzzy Muzzy drinks that were too strong for a bunch of weak 21 yr olds new to the alcohol game lol, but they were still yummy after we watered it down. I gave this place 4 stars because the food wasnt horrible (after all we did clean our plates) and the atmosphere is relaxing and calm. Dim lights, elegant seating, great neighborhood, No loud noises, sensual music, good prices and superb service from the staff (Top of the Line, honestly). I would definetly go back for any occasion and try there other dishes. So run to Night of the Cookers now!!!!!!!
Pros: Great atmosphere, Superb Service
Cons: Drinks to strong, Food was a bit dry