Our first interest in this restaurant came by the way of a tantalizing report. This site describes the pizza parlor as no less than haunted. So, we checked it out and in addition to enjoying the history lesson and haunting stories attached to the site, the pizza was fabulous.
The main restaurant.......actually serves fried chicken and similar foods.
A few old buildings inhabit the multi-acre lot of land and they each have their own menu.
Love this picture of happy Carter and Caroline. Such a great pair.
Nothing fancy......picnic tables outside rest under gorgeous trees.....we enjoyed the weather and a good meal.
Delish. 1/2 pepperoni and 1/2 Italian sausage (crumbled and slightly spicy).
As we began walking the grounds, we noticed a coffee house on the far end of the pizza parlor. Fried chicken, pizza and now coffee. What's next? A sushi bar?
Part of the stories we heard included an occurrence in this creek behind the land. So, of course, we checked it out!
Punkin Jack will love seeing this when we all come to dinner. Oh, and this little guy is actually a bbq smoker for yet, another, business on site.
Lots of room to walk and even a stage out back below the shade trees. We'll be back!