Look no further than this randomly located restaurant for a no frills environment with good food served with a side of Southern hospitality. The menu features typical barbecue fare with chicken platters, ribs, pork sandwiches, mouth-watering burgers, steaks, hot dogs and wings. There even are some salads and seafood dishes for those looking for a lighter meal. All entrées are served with the fixings of your choice. Try the collard greens or peppercorn muffin. Service is conducted with a smile. The dining room is basic with wood walls, floors and tables. Old photographs line some of the walls, which is a retrospect of the loyal customers that have frequented here since the beginning. Credit cards are accepted, but there is a ten dollar minimum purchase.
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