Great home cooking, southern style, great service, reasonably priced, good change up after too much seafood.
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Gravies reminds me of my childhood, where my parents would take us for dinner. A place were locals go for the down home family dinning experience. Not real big, simple not fancy, friendly service and good food at a good price. Get there early!
I read a lot of the reviews of this restaurant and paid particular attention to the ones that "ranted and raved" about the Turkey and Dressing; so on a drive up that way we located this restaurant and decided to give it a try. We...More
Gravy features traditional plate lunch-style dinners, serving country fare such as pork chops, fresh vegetables, fried chicken, as well as some seafood items. Quality is good, service is good, prices are very good. Recommended as a change of pace from fried seafood.
Stopped in for an early dinner for down home local seafood. Really enjoyed the fried scallops. Just like the old days. Very good value and large portions for our golf group. Staff could not have been nicer, highly recommended!
My wife and I stopped in to Gravy while traveling through the area. It was our first visit, and based on the initial experience, we will definitely be going back. It's a rather small eatery with about twenty tables. We were there a little early...More
Having only been living in the area a few months, we were looking for somewhere that was not a tourist trap, but just plain, good, home cooking. Gravy was recommended by a friend, and my husband and I went the first time and tried the...More
Just good southern cooking. Variety of meat & vegetables and plenty of it! Daily specials are great as are the standard menu items.
We live close by and like to frequent this little gem whenever we want an inexpensive meal close by. The food is always fresh. They have a takeout window. Usually there is a wait for a tble but it goes quick. Have had burgers, fish...More