The freshly updated and expanded kitchen here offers a great menu that ranges from the familiar to the unexpected. Breakfast is a highlight, while lunch is known for being a great value, with most of the well-stuffed sandwiches going for around $9. Few can resist the fried green tomato and black-eyed pea cakes, served up with Cajun rémoulade and oregano aioli. Dinner entrées are more-upscale fare that won't break the bank, and the best bets include the inventive seafood
dishes and the divine braised lamb shank.