It glows in the night, a beacon of greasy late-night eats that never fails to astound for its throwback HoJo-era digs and cases of heavenly meringue- and whipped cream-topped pies. Sit at the bar and watch the bustling kitchen area, where servers pile food atop trays as big as smart cars, with an air of indifference or maybe even bickering, though they always serve their guests with a smile and a "honey" or "baby." Whether you're here for a midnight country-fried steak with an iceberg lettuce salad doused in ranch or just starting the day with buttermilk pancakes, a slice of pie is a must, and the house signature is a whammy, the Bayou Goo. It's a mix of chocolate silk and vanilla cream over a sweet cream-cheese layer with enough whipped topping to make the cheerleader from Varsity Blues blush. It's then topped with pecans and chocolate shavings. Just please keep your clothes on.