Quirky place on the side of the road with neat drive up. Goats on the roof. Tasting room gives very small tastes that you can get sense of what moonshine is about and not get wasted. Did walk away with a bottle of white lighting.
A group of 12 was seated shortly before we arrived and I was concerned about the service we'd get. Have to say wait staff handled it well and we had good service. Had the mac/cheese appetizer followed by trout for my wife and I had the "famous" meatloaf with a side of collard greens. Many dishes came with sides but you can freely substitute. The trout, mac/cheese, and greens were very good. The meatloaf had a good crust but seem to lack flavor.
Got there a little early, 6pm, and place was empty. Had a few beers and fried pickles (very good, chips not spears). Closer to show time had dinner, Wife had tamales (6) with slaw and I had pulled pork, greens, black eye peas. Tamales were great while the my meal was ok. Entertainment that night must have been the house band since most of the small audience seemed to know them. They put on a good show and the few blues classics were done very well with Wang Dang Doodle their best. Service was very good.
Really enjoyed this place. It's very busy with an hour wait mid-week. Sat at the bar and had great service. Really loved the Van Winkle Stout; I got the last glass but the bar tender gave the dregs of the keg. Service was a little off in the dining room. Wife and I had way too much food: ettoufee appetizer, shrimp n grits with greens and rice/beans, french qtr shrimp with corn on the cob. I'd give it a 4.5 and will definitely return.
Friendly staff. Tables are little crowded. The location is nice. Burgers were well done--no option. Agree it's worth the detour and beats fast food chains. Not the best burger on our trip tho.
Burgers were great. Lots of options on toppings but I think the burger could stand alone. Fries were also good. Service was prompt.