We stopped in after a baseball game at Lakepointe. My wife and I had the fried chicken and vegetables. The food was great. It was an interesting visit. Seemed to have a lot of history there.
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We go to Doug's Place regularly. Breakfast serves up Bisquits that are as light as air along with the whole southern plate of eggs, grits, bacon and even some fresh melon if in season. Sunday lunch, or "dinner" here in the south, can have you...More
Passed by around lunchtime today and decided to stop. Very good prices and variety. I had pinto beans, silver queen creamed corn, fried okra, and cornbread. It was all delicious. Friendly wait staff. Quick service considering the place was packed.
Doug;s place has been around for a long time and the building shows it's age. The parking lot has large potholes and some is still gravel. BUT this is the kind of place you want to come to get good old southern food. I personally...More
Food very tasty. We had fried chicken--very little batter and large pieces. Many veggies to pick from. I had fried green tomatoes, okra and turnip greens. The biscuits are as good as any I've ever had.
Looks like it was a country store or service station with an enclosed front porch and enclosed lean to added. It has four eating areas (not exactly dining rooms) on two levels. Food choices: five entrees, eight vegetables, three desserts and drinks. These differ each...More
Got called at 9am and heard, "let's go to Doug's for breakfast", so off I went. Met two friends and walked into a true Southern restaurant. First, they have chairs and benches for people who might be waiting ( we had no wait) on the...More
If you are in the mood for the typical lueplate special (aka Meat & Veggis) Sothern Style this is the place where locals, contractors, and retires go. Entrees change buy the day of the week such as Fried Chicken, Meat loaf, etc. My favorite is...More
Doug's Place is a rustic. out of the way, down-home restaurant that serves good home cooking served by energetic and accommodating staff members.
Traveling from GA. To Kentucky and stopped on for dinner on a Friday night. Doug's was busy, but we got seated immediately, ate and we're back on the road within an hour. Food was awesome and even had live blue grass music. Would definitely stop...More