Good lunch at at reasonable price. Daily specials. Limited menu but good choices. Excellent banana Carmel pie for dessert. Excellent and quick service.
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This is such a neat restaurant. The building has such a history, but the food is really good. Home made bread was great. Blueberry lemonade was good too. I recommend it for a good lunch.
Over the years, I have driven by this landmark site lots of times. Today, we had time to stop for lunch and we were so glad that we did. The building was built in 1940 and has been home to several businesses including a gas...More
We were disappointed in the food at this place after reading all the hype. It IS surely different and retro on the outside but the inside certainly holds no charm and the food is average. The pies however were amazing and I wish I had...More
This place definitely has one of the coolest infrastructures in Natchez. Luckily the food is great, and the dessert is on point too! Enjoyed a late-lunch in this place! Note: CASH ONLY.
I've been there twice and only had the coconut cream pie. Try it, and you'll see why!!! I'm not normally nuts about coconut cream pie, but this one is a-mazing!!!
Such a novelty, I wanted to go. My husband had to be dragged in. So glad we went. The food was absolutely marvelous!! Good down home cooking, but especially good.. Talk about mile high meringue! I know my mouth fell open when they brought it...More
What a neat little place! Yes, it is little, and the menu isn't huge, since the kitchen isn't that big, I'm sure, either. We spend the morning doing touristy stuff, and were hungry for lunch around noon. I remembered this place from Yelp and hoped...More
I have passed this place by for years. What a mistake! It is only open for lunch and take no credit cards. I ordered chicken salad sandwich with vegetable beef soup and chocolate pie for dessert. Everything is homemade and family owned. Highly recommend!