This store is on the list of historic places. Built in the 1930's, the owners have worked hard to maintain the old time country feel. The food here is mostly fried, your basic southern comfort food. It is not gourmet, but it is exactly what you'd expect to find in a country store. It has about the same items you find in a modern convenience store. They have bait for fishing and a large supply of disks for the nearby disk golf course. I also enjoyed the live music on the deck out front. We plan to return on a Friday night for "steak night" and bluegrass music. It is just a nice, relaxed place to go and kick back and feel good about being from the South.
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