Locals mix with tourists at this retro-yet-au-courant diner whose menu consists of rock-around-the-clock Southern favorites. With pancakes and bacon, fried oysters and grits, and other hefty breakfasts, no one leaves the Fremont hungry. Ditto for lunch, at which oyster po'boys, the chicken-and-waffle combo, and handmade hamburgers (no prefab patties here) fortify patrons for the next round of wine tasting. Barbecue platters—chicken, beef spare ribs, and pork butt—come
with two large sides. There's no let-up at dinner, which you can top off with buttermilk skillet cake and other old-timey desserts. The service can be slow, so if you're pressed for time, pass this one by.