We had lunch inside the cool dining room. I had the fried green tomato and shrimp tapa, and a bowl of tomato soup for lunch. The soup came in a large bowl, was good, but a little too acidic. The other diners had the tuna melt sandwich, which was made with fresh, not canned, tuna (outstanding and huge), and the meatloaf lunch, which was okay. We got a side of bourbon mashed sweet potatoes and they were a hit. Perfect creme brulee for dessert. Nice atmosphere, a little shabby, but southern all the way.
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