This place makes Southern comfort food like chicken and waffles, which are both delicious and will stick with you for a while after you’re done. The catfish po’boy is also solid if the idea of mixing breakfast and dinner isn’t your favorite. This place is big, so coming here with a group will work in a pinch if you’re looking for beers and food you can share.
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