I drove past this little place for 2 years and never considered eating there. In Nov. Someone asked if I would meet them there for lunch. I was taken aback by the sign that said "you will love our butts." It has that hometown feel of a place that has aged with loyal customers who have worn the floors, tables and chairs out. I hope the owner doesnt remodel for a long time because all the memorabilia is fun to see. I ordered BBQ chicken, friends ordered pork and beef. All the meats were moist and yummy. The menu offers a variety of veggies plus there is usually a couple of specials posted on a board. My favs are dirty potatoes, fried okra, and if your lucky, sweet potato casserole. Hope you meet the owner and have a chance to banter with him because he is the persona of the place.
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