A local favorite, this unpretentious restaurant offers a hearty menu of crispy fried chicken, juicy rib-eye steaks and a nice variety of sandwiches. Skip lunch and stop here for dinner where all of your carnivorous appetites will be gratified by the t-bone steak served with a mound of home fries. Of course, the waitress will address you as honey and charm you into ordering a slice of chocolate meringue pie. The dining room, paneled in knotty pine, is a blast from the architectural past. The two buck heads mounted on the wall behind the bar are a useful reminder to look out for deer on the forest-lined roads around here.