Generous portions, wonderful grits. Get the moonshadow potatoes, which are home fries dusted with spices and rosemary.
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This is an excellent, hearty breakfast joint in mid-town. The food is Southern inspired and heavy. Think biscuits, gravy, grits, etc. The place is buzzing and there is a wait on busy weekends. We heard lines around the corner on some days. It is worth...More
A small, funky locale, but the food and the service are great. Good ambiance, and moderate price. Check the paintings on the ceiling.
The place is in a nice little corner where the coffee, the breakfast, and the staff are AMAZING! We were told to wait 35 min from r a table for two, but it was 15 min later that we were enjoying oatmeal pancakes and egg-travaganza!...More
Great place that continues to serve great meals even though they have expanded. Just as good as the original in Candler Park, this location is quite small and a little cramped but the food is excellent. Service can be really slow when it’s busy but...More
The restaurant is colorful, cozy and located downtown. The service was good and the staff was kind. We had the opportunity to watch the staff care for a women in distress. They showed great compassion. The portions were big and delicious. The chocolate cookies are...More
Very nice, very cute place we stopped at on our way to the Botanical Gardens. It's in a great location with lots of people watching. I had the breakfast bowl, which was excellent. The service was quick and friendly. It was a little small. I'd...More
Interesting restaurant serving southern comfort food. I had a portion of fried green tomatoes, which were different. Cant say I will be ordering them again in a hurry. Had the grits with Tilapia and I thought the tomato sauce on the grits kinda over powered...More
We were looking for a great breakfast spot that was open the day after the “winter storm.” This was the perfect place. Although it was cold there were people waiting outside to be seated. The wait was not long at all, about 15 minutes. I...More