This little "hole in the wall" was surprising for what it lacks in atmosphere it makes up for with their extensive menu, specials (like Beef Tips and Noodles), and homemade baked goods. From my own personal experience I would strongly suggest the Coconut Creme pie, Enchilada breakfast, Philly Cheese steak, Texas Toothpics, Rattlesnake Burger (for those who like it hot), Biscuits (made fresh everyday) and gravy, Blueberry Pancake, Creme Brulee French Toast...okay you just have to come in and try it yourself. Bring your big eaters too and challenge them to their huge burrito breakfast or this mammoth pancake that "Man Against Food" could not conquer! My server, Tanya, is a rare find these days and it was pleasant not having to ask for a drink refill or to have to ask for ketchup...she even connects with her customers to the point that this little kitchen diner has a "Cheers" feel to it. It is a perfect place to stop for breakfast on your way out for a hike or bike ride in The Great Smoky National Park since they open as early as 6AM or on your way home for a quick lunch but don't delay because they close at 2PM. Oh, and by they way don't take the last piece of the Coconut Creme pie or I will stop telling ya 'all about my little hole in the wall places...just kidding.
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