Just happened to be driving by and found this spot. Very good food and people could not be nicer. Biscuits and gravy were very good and even learned the difference between city ham and country ham. Would definitely stop in again.
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Had breakfast there two mornings in a row. Staff was really 1st class. The two young ladies serving were very attentive as well as being very friendly. They made sure you have everything that you need. The food was superb. The slice of country ham...More
Saw reviews on the internet, so decided to try since I have never been here before. Parking lot was full a little after 8:00 Saturday morning (good sign) and there were no empty tables. It is a small building which appears shabby on the outside....More
This was a little off the beaten path, but well worth the trip! Don't go for the ambiance; go for the food and service. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The food was very good and plentiful. You can tell by the full parking...More
Elaine's is your typical hometown meat and three; good southern cooking with waitresses calling you "honey!" I always see local friends at lunch!
I would never have stopped here except for two things: my local family said it was good and not too expensive, and the parking lot was completely full at a weekday lunch hour. It truly upholds the image of a local hole-in-the-wall, but the buffet...More
I've only been here for breakfast. Good every time. It's a quick in and out breakfast for when I'm by myself and also pretty good for meeting my co-workers before work. Nothing fancy! But very good food and very affordable.