This store is actually a restaurant that serves home cooked, home-made pies. The entrees are pan fried chicken and fried country ham. Each dinner is served with real mashed potatoes, slathered with cream or brown gravy, green beans, slaw, applesauce and hot rolls. The prices are unbelievably reasonable...$7-8. Service is good and fast, if you have reservations, or a small group (2-4).
For a bit of back home atmosphere...it could get loud, or simply some great home cooked food, this restaurant is superior to most I've tried.
Featured are cobblers, cake and pie for dessert, or ice cream...also very reasonably priced...and better yet...home made.
posted Jun 23 2007 10:43AM
- Barb, Centralia, MO
This sounds good. Where is Claysville in relation to the trail?
posted Jun 23 2007 8:03PM
dave, claysville is about three miles east of hartsburg right on the trail.
posted Jun 24 2007 12:42AM