Family-owned and operated, this expansive place has been around since 1975. Eating here is like eating in the country. Deer heads and other stuffed animals add a touch of authenticity. Food is served cafeteria-style, so you'd better know what to order so as not to hold up the line. The barbecue is solid, but the comfort food, like the chicken-fried steak, fried catfish or pork roast, will have you dreaming of home. The accompanying side dishes are so plentiful, you'll be hard-pressed to pick just two.