I had a business partner take me here for lunch. He told me that the food network had done a show on this place. Dont let the exterior fool you. It looks like someones old house which it probably is. But you wont find a...More
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A coworker took me here, and it was exactly what you thought it would be: limited seating, great food and nothing fancy. Recommend!
Small intimate and friendly atmosphere. The staff was amazing and greeted everyone with a smile and it felt like being no in someone’s home. Food was great..and plentiful. The best chicken sausage I’ve EVER had.
Great down home salty breakfast...the kind one needs every once in a while. Quick order, quick to the table. Old fashioned bacon, good eggs, salty thick grits, marvelous biscuits loaded with butter, ample hot tea & strong coffee. Not fancy. Good experience. Small facility.
Stopped by for lunch today and the special was smoked meatloaf. It was served as a sandwich in Texas toast with lettuce and tomato. We had ours with onion rings. It was a great meal and worth a trip to the ole Mule to try...More
Stopped by for lunch on the way to Chattanooga and fell in love with this hole in the wall serving mostly breakfast and lunch home cooked favorites. That are known for their black angus burgers, but my buddy and I had the chicken salad sandwich...More
Quick stop at the Red Eyed Mule for lunch on the way to Chattanooga for the eclipse! While small and crowded, the food and service were excellent. U had the Jake BLT and my friend had the Jenny's Chicken Salad sandwich. Both were excellent.
We stopped for a quick breakfast and we loved the food and the service. This is a small restaurant and may be easy to miss, but its worth your time. You have to order at the counter but its well marked and easy to figure...More