Saturday, June 20, 2009
When I'm inside here, I feel like I'm inside a quirky children's book. Maybe one by Shel Silverstein. There's a wide, creaky wooden staircase that goes up the center of the restaurant. The walls are covered with a mixture of those souvenir States plates, original, bright, local paintings, and some cheaply framed 70's photos. I've had the pimento cheese sandwich (fresh cheddar and bits of walnuts - it's about 3 inches high!) and the potato salad (good). My husband had the spinach chicken salad, which looked very good and had large chunks of chicken. Since there are seats upstairs in this old house, we could look out second-story windows while we ate. There's outdoor seating, with umbrella tables as well.