We decided to eat here a few days after the crazy snow in Atlanta. Had some serious cabin fever and needed to get out! We were glad the roads were finally cleared. We arrived around 6pm and we were greeted warmly by one of the owners. It's a nifty place, the house is on the National Register of Historic places. The menu is updated on their facebook page daily so you can see what the proteins and sides are for the day. You choose 2 meats and 4 sides, all you can eat. It was ALOT of food. We had the fried chicken and breaded tilapia. The white meat was dry dry dry.. we asked for dark meat and it was very good, lots better. My husband and daughter enjoyed the fish (I'm allergic). We got mac & cheese, squash & onions, crowder peas and green fried tomatoes. The mac&cheese, was casserole style, very yummy. Cheesy but not salty at all. The yellow squash and onions were sauted..yum. Crowder peas were good. Fried green tomatoes, nice and crispy.. but I was missing a sauce or something to dip them in like at Mary Macs Tea room. Once we had our fill of dinner, dessert is included with a choice of Peach or Apple cobbler. Both were good, not the best I've had, but a nice finish. It's a neat little place, very homey and the nicest folks. Give it a try! Just make sure you have on elastic pants! Children 4 and under are free.
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