We stopped in for Sunday lunch and were not disappointed. Although Southern Inn has been around since 1939, the food and ambiance is contemporary. My fried chicken breast was moist and with a crispy breading, having the taste of chicken like I had when I was young. It was a right sized portion with mashed red skin potatoes, and fresh vegetables.
My partner had eggs, mighty fine grits, and sausage gravy and biscuits. Her remark was that the biscuits and gravy were "not Bob Evans", meaning they were of much better quality.
Prices were a tad on the high side, wine list was decent. The food however was excellent and well worth the visit.
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