Classic. Established in the 1940s, this friendly restaurant has a stone fireplace and bucolic artwork that provides a rustic ambience. The buffet's lineup of pork, beef, chicken, ribs, fresh vegetables and homemade desserts is this spot's main draw. However, you can also order from the menu. One unusual dish featured is Kentucky barbecued mutton. On Thursday and Friday evenings, you can also enjoy the "fiddler dinner," which is fried catfish.