We stopped here for lunch one day. The chicken and waffles was very good. My husband enjoyed the pulled pork. The service was quick and friendly.
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can cook food better than this. We spent $36 on breakfast for three omelets and three drinks. You will pay $2.50 for a can of soda and cup. The atmosphere might deter some from going, but if you don't mind sticky tables and cramped quarters...More
The fried chicken was excellent, both dark and light. Alas, my wife's coleslaw tasted a tad moldy, but they immediately switched it out for some mashed potatoes and gravy that made her happy. My wife says she's had better fried chicken, but she's been down...More
Awesome Fried Green Tomatoes! Great place for down home cooking and soul food. Excellent location on Beale Street.
Breakfast stop on Beale Street on a whim and so glad that I stopped. The chicken, egg and cheese biscuit was amazing (especiallly the biscuit) and the side of cheese grits made the meal. Great atmosphere! Tables are full of great information on local blues...More
We shared the most tender side of ribs we have every eaten here! Casual with separate bar if beer is all you want. Gets very busy.