It's not everyday that you come across a place like this. The mastermind behind it is the winner of the Food Network's first season of "Cutthroat Kitchen." The menu captures his roots in Southern cooking with succulent selections such as "shrimp po'boy named Trixie," shrimp-n-grits, jambalaya and fried pickles. However, the burgers shouldn't be passed over. The Tucker Duke is this inspector's suggestion. When in Rome, right? It's piled at least 6-inches high and topped with fried onion rings! Portion sizes are huge, so be prepared to take home some leftovers. If you fancy yourself a beer aficionado then you'll appreciate the wide variety of rotating craft selections that are offered. Bring your friends, bring your family and especially bring your appetite!