The choices seem amazing when ordering, but lacked the impact of flavor and excitement that the dinner has. It was very good, don’t get me wrong. It just didn’t hold up the standard as the dinner menu I’ve had before. We had the chicken and biscuits, scrambled eggs, French toast from the first section, applewood smoked bacon from second section, and fresh fruit and hash brown casserole from last section of the menu. They bring out cinnamon rolls that taste like Pillsbury I can make at home as an appetizer. Juice was great.
Store was fun but very pricey, however it does ooze Paula Dean which is part of what you are paying for. If you don’t like the word “y’all” then don’t shop there. Otherwise it’s an adorable store with plenty of cool kitchen items to browse.
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