The place is very popular. It had a line that went around the block, the kind of line you’d see at the Supreme store in SoHo on release day. They have an annex location next door that only operates just on the weekends in order to be able to cope with demand. The waiters brought us wings while we were waiting to get seated and were conversing with everybody to make the wait a little bit more bearable.
I ordered chicken and waffles and my friend ordered the pork and grits with a few mimosas and margaritas.
The drinks were strong, the food was well seasoned and the portions were on point. The chicken and waffles dish is literally “bread and meat”, while the Pork and Grits gives you a little bit of everything. It comes with two pieces of pork, baked or grilled, eggs, grits or potatoes.
We were so pleased with our first experience that we had to come back a second time. I am usually very adventurous when trying out new places but I decided to get the chicken and waffles again. My friend ordered the same dish as well.
The establishment definitely owns up to his slogan of being [one] of the best breakfast spot in Houston. The staff is the nicest, it maybe because I am not used to the Southern hospitality but nonetheless they treat every customers like family.
We had the opportunity to talk to the manager who told us that they were opening a second restaurant at Houston Intercontinental, Terminal A. The restaurant has been opened for 14 years.
If you’re ever in Houston, definitely check this spot out.
Food score 9
Service score 7
Atmosphere score 8