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Though its country decor has been modernized by sleek table lamps and wall hangings, what arrives at the glossy wood tables is nothing but down-home, classic comfort food. Crusty...
This establishment is gone. Try another city. Great Food!
Hard to write a review for a resturant that's out of business here.
Back in 1975, a couple of barmen named Gene and Phil came together with an idea for a restaurant. They were familiar with traditional, home-style food and wanted to share their family's most favorite recipes. They understood mashed potatoes taste best with the skins left on. That pot roast doesn't get fork-tender unless slow-simmered. And most importantly, that at the end of the day, it's hard...
For more than 30 years the Black Eyed Pea has been turning out casual home cooking with a Southern flare for diners looking for a comfortable meal on the cheap. Think mashed potatoes with the skins left on and pot roast slow-simmered until it’s fork tender. They have burgers, fried green tomatoes, meatloaf and enough spinach and artichoke dip to keep the cardiac unit at Baylor profitably...
15 percent gratuity is automatically added to parties of eight or more.
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