The Low Down
Save Money: Entrees are moderately priced, but for a cheap feast, turn to the sandwiches, such as the pulled pork or fried catfish po'boy, which both come with your choice of side order (opt for the mac and cheese).
The Extras: Swing by on Sunday for brunch specialties such as booze-spiked French toast and hearty steak and eggs.
Where to Sit: If weather permits, dine on the al fresco patio, where serene tunes and a fountain beat out the noise of the dining room. And if waiting for a table, head to the "library" instead of crowding around the bar.