There we're a lot of people in line and our wait was 45 minutes. So needless to say we were hungry. The buffet was so-so. It lacked seasoning in the beans and grits, fish and ham was over cooked. Not worth the high cost.
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Went on a Friday night and the seafood buffet was consistent with previous visits. Some food great and some not so great, but I know what I like and it is consistently good. Salad bar is good and desert is good. Serving staff leaves room...More
We stumbled upon this restaurant when we were driving around on a Saturday afternoon in the mountains. We immediately fell in love with it. We had the Hamburger Bar and had so much fun building our burger. Can't wait to visit again!
Lunch menu is limited ... but food is good! All kinds of specials and buffet's on selected days. Friendly service plus entertainment. Ice cream, crafts, and Harley Shop is part of the complex. It is a fun destination.
Country store is very small not much in it. Restaurant is very busy not a lot of choices. Nothing here to really brag about.
I used to love bringing my family to Aunt Sue's. A few weeks ago, I brought 7 family members in for dinner on a Friday night, and it was packed, so I accepted the bad service that we got (drinks always empty, no silverware, never...More
Great country style food and great people. Really enjoyed the Friday seafood buffet and Blue Grass band "New Dixie Storm." They are planning a patriotic celebration for Memorial Day.
popular stop for ice cream while on scenic route 11. sunday afternoons are usually busy as it is a local favorite
My family had the oppurtunity to eat the Friday night seafood buffet and Aunt Sues, and may I say, WOW! It's not a huge buffet bar, but I think that's why everything tasted so great, it's small, and fhey specialize in those things. As a...More