The homey Farmhouse Restaurant has been serving home-style cooking for more than 40 years and is popular with older generations of locals and tourists alike. It’s hard to imagine most customers wanting breakfast any time, but it’s available even for dinner if you wish, along with burgers, sandwiches, a Bar-B-Que Plate of brisket and pulled pork and roast beef dinner. Water is served in huge mason jars and there’s a gift shop upstairs you can wander through before you leave.
But my favorite part? The all-you-can-eat soup and salad bar. Apparently, I’m not the only one craving something other than catfish or chicken fried steak in this neck of the woods.