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SKIP CASEY JONES IN TENNESSEE

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If you're passing through Tennessee on I-40 you will see billboard after billboard for Casey Jones Restaurant, General Store and Museum.

We were staying in Jackson so I checked out the Jackson website and they said Casey Jones had been voted the best food in Jackson the last two years so we gave it a try.

While the food was decent, the buffet wasn't worth the $12. The place is in serious need of some extensive upkeep, inside and out. While I expected rustic, this was way beyond that. It hadn't seen paint, hammers or dust cloths in years. The Museum wasn't worth the $4 it cost either

As you can tell, I was very disappointed in this road stop.

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