It’s really next door to the birthplace of Eudora Welty which is its own destination with a bookstore, coffeeshop and more, and the restaurant is in this home:
It’s actually setup as a buffet but once you see it, those ‘eh. a buffet.’ feelings disappear. So not all of this was finished, but there were tastes of blackeyed peas, roll, green beans, cabbage, fried squash, grits, succotash, turnip greens, and of course, their famous fried chicken.
This is the view up the street, of the capitol. Next time, we’re getting it to go and making a picnic on the lawn here. Nice: