We drove about 40 minutes around windy mountain roads from Wilburton to eat at this place based on the reviews and were not disappointed. It was a bit hard to find because Google has a wrong name for the road this restaurant is on. It's between the used car lot and a bank and across the street from the Faith Pentecostal Church. It looks like an old metal building with VFW on the front but as you get closer you will see the name of the restaurant on a white sign to the side (see photos).
We had a pleasant experience with a young waiter who was so polite saying "yes mam" and "yes sir" all the time and making suggestions. My husband got the brisket, coleslaw and potato salad. The brisket was a bit dry in spots, but the BBQ sauce was smoky and delicious which helped. The potato salad was fantastic, could have eaten a whole plate of that! I got one of the specials they have on Friday and Saturday nights of hand-cut ribeye. It was a bit tough to cut but still ended up juicy and the seasoning was perfection. The baked potato with butter and sour cream was equally delicious and huge and would make a great meal for a vegetarian. We also got the blackberry cobbler which was small but also quite good.
All in all, we will definitely be stopping here again if ever passing through. So worth it and highly recommend going out of your way to find it!
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