It was a last minute decision to go on a Saturday morning at about 9:30 am, which I thought was relatively early. The restaurant was packed, with about 8 groups ahead of me. I was seated within 15 minutes. I was greeted right away by the cashier, although she had a long line of people to check out. The hostess was away seating someone.
After I was seated it didn't take long to get service. Note that food portions are small (or I should say normal). You won't get huge portions like at many restaurants. They forgot the grits that came with my order, and I was halfway done with my meal before they showed up. The waitress never did bring the water I requested. She seemed to have several tables to wait on and I was glad that she checked on me every time she passed. I just didn't feel like reminding her about the water. She did pass me at least three times when I was waiting for the check. I noticed at a table next to me (different waiter) that after the food was brought out it took at least 5 minutes for them to get silverware. Just seemed to me very busy, they were turning over tables quickly, and I think they could have used a few more servers.
Overall the food was tasty, and I'd go again when in the area. Even though grits are just made with the grain and water, these don't taste like ones maid at home. They are pretty bland, ut they are ok if you fix them up with condiments or mix something else on your plate in them. I think the grits that came in a bowl gave more bang for the buck than portion size of hash browns I saw on other plates.
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