Po Po Family Restaurant
Po Po Family Restaurant Review
You might rub your eyes here; over 21,000 collector plates crowd this country-cooking café. When it first opened in 1929, Prohibition was still in full swing and countless bootleggers would sell moonshine in the parking lot. Now people come for the fried chicken and chicken-fried steak. The fried frogs' legs—yes, frog's legs—are really good, too. Save room for a warm brownie sundae.
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