Stopped in for a late lunch, and there were cars in the lot (a favorable sign). The special was fried grouper, hush puppies, greens, and pinto beans. Everything was good, even if it wasn't overly exciting. The grouper, despite seeming out of place in Tennessee, was cooked just right. The service was pleasant, and I felt welcome. It was a nice little cafe, and I would stop by again.
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