Historic. Experience true Southern hospitality and cuisine at this 1912 landmark restaurant, with its “groaning” 28-foot mahogany table from 1840. Diners help themselves to seafood gumbo, praline sweet potatoes and, perhaps, fried chicken. The elegant buffet table provides a daily changing menu. Your server will ensure your glass is full and empty plates are taken away promptly. The town's only landmark restaurant, the building was originally built to house the Foley Progressive Club, a place for the town to hold concerts, dances and cultural events. In fact, 400 people attended the first dance. In the 1950s, the building was a skating rink, and in 1984, the current owners restored and converted it into this restaurant.
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