Great place great buffet great food all homemade! Nice old buildings. We've been there at least 4 times. If you like antiques , you will love browsing their old buildings, and their collection of stuff. One of a kind experience!
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With barbecue in their name, they only served pulled pork (which you poured your own sauce on) & ribs. My wife & I both were expecting much more. The whole buffet was no very big at all. The buildings were dated but had a nice...More
They have an interesting website but the buffet was of poor quality. The chicken was so so and the building has major problems on the handicap ramp - needs repair.
Go early to lunch so you don't get the end of the pans in the buffet, have realistic expectations. The greens are good, fried chicken is great, everything is cooked on site from scratch, including the mac and cheese. This is authentic food, not Cracker...More
This visit which was one of many was disappointing. The ambiance is the same with memorabilia from the past in a collection of several older buildings. One hour before closing the buffet was not very well replenished with fried chicken being very sparse. The choices...More
Quirky, which we enjoyed, but the lunch buffet we had was so-so, and a bit expensive. It might be better if there had been a different buffet selection, but not for us.
We were traveling back home to North Carolina after a brief visit to Savannah Georgia. My husband and I were hungry and debating which chain restaurant to stop at for a quick dinner. Somehow we stumbled upon the lone star and took the chance on...More
Low Country charm, great food and a good price. The night we were there, a couple performed blue grass music and it was fantastic. Well worth a stop just to take in the spectacle and enjoy the food.
Awesome food and cool atmosphere. Step back in time into this converted general store to enjoy down home treats such as collard greens,. cobbler, fried chicken. hush puppies, pork barbecue and more. Our waitress and cashier also rolled out a big helping of southern hospitality...More