My husband and I enjoy trying out new restaurants nearby, so we headed out for a Sunday dinner at the Front Porch in search of fried chicken. The restaurant is in a home built in the mid 1800's and I imagine we were eating in what used to be the parlor. You'll think you were visiting family as you get a friendly, folksy greeting at the front door. Meals are served family style, in that generous
"put some meat on those bones" way grandma would approve of. Southern classics are served here in abundance: fried chicken, meatloaf, pork chops, fried fish etc. along with numerous tempting side dishes like cornbread soufflé and crowder peas. Mashed potatoes come with a big slab of melted butter and God help me, gravy served in a gravy boat. Mm, mm, good. Don't forget to eat dessert (apple cobbler that day). After that feast, you'll need a nap on grandma's sofa...of, I mean, back home.
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