I was looking for a good casual brunch place on a Sunday morning. Somewhere I can go in sweats and no make up… I found just the place! The country chicken biscuits and gravy are amazing!!! The ribeye breakfast is juicy and yummy too! They know how to make the eggs just right (I ordered them over medium). Food was so good that I forgot to take pics until I was almost done with my meal 🙁
You can’t beat the price either! For 5 of us, our bill came out to $57 (excluding tip). The decor is pretty run down — a very old diner feel, but I’m fine with that as long as the food lives up to my expectation, which it definitely did!
The service was surprisingly amazing too. The waitress checked in on us 3 or 4 times during the meal to make sure we didn’t need anything else. She spoke in a light southern accent, which contributed to the charm of this old diner.