It's a large space with tables of various sizes in a few different rooms, a bar, a pool table, a shuffleboard, and two pinball machines.
|Snappy Lunch's Fried Cutlet ($9.95): They accidentally brought us this when we ordered the other pork sandwich. Didn't try it but thought you might like to see it.|
The Cornmeal Catfish ($12.50) is a large pile of fried strips and chunks of catfish, served with a few hush puppies. The Beer Nuts ($4) looked good. We learned the Hoppin' John with Potlikker ($9.50) is a soup with black-eyed peas, collards, hams, and more. The Kentucky Hot Brown ($13) is an open-face sandwich (or, perhaps more accurately, a pile) with turkey, cheese, something, something, and a dollop of smoked tomato something, with two pieces of bacon on the side.
We realized that the "food"s portion of the menu is potentially for sharing, to be accompanied with sides. The carrots for instance are pan-fried in sorghum and butter. Maybe anything above $10 is a sharing plate. Anyway, I want to go back. It's a fun kind of place. And I really want to try the "Nashville Hot" and the Kentucky Hot Brown. Just don't go with Hungry Mother quality expectations.
For a review with some of the menu I didn't get to, check out Pig Trip's.