Historic. Dating from the early 1920s, the original log cabin was first a private residence, then a tea room and finally a hunting lodge. Now, the cabin serves as the entrance and half of the dining area of this eatery. Tremendous efforts have been made to preserve its history; look for original exposed beams and a collection of historic menus pinned to a wall. After savoring a choice from the excellent steak and seafood selection, consider the homemade zucchini bread or chocolate cheesecake. The New York strip is named on the "Top 100 Foods to Eat in Alabama Before You Die" list. The restaurant offers live music on Thursday and Friday.